Although efforts to create an AIDS vaccine have gone on for more than three decades, none has produced a successful result. Strategies that have worked for more than a dozen other pathogens are easily thwarted by the slippery and unpredictable quick-change artist known as human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV.
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Do more by thinking about the following questions faced by HIV researchers: How do you fight a disease that constantly changes? How do you predict how something will change in the future? How do you prevent something that you don’t even know exists yet?
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