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The Story of Aids - drugs

The development of drugs to combat HIV became one of the 1980s great medical causes

The development of drugs to combat HIV became one of the 1980s great medical causes. Allan Little traces the progress of one of the great medical mystery stories, the development of drugs to combat HIV. When it was first discovered there were no therapies, life expectancy was low. Now with treatments HIV is no longer a death sentence.

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BBC World Service Archive

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This programme was restored as part of the World Service archive project

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