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2002_16

Gary Nabel, from the Vaccine Research Center (VRC) talks about engaging the scientific community and health personnel in HIV research and about the importance of international conferences to create these kinds of collaborations.

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00:07:02

2002_15

Marc Girard who is the general director of the Mérieux Foundation, talks about Cent Gardes and the collaboration between France and the USA, mainly represented by the Pasteur Institute and NIH, and about why HIV is such a complicated virus to find a vaccine for.

2002_15

00:24:33

2002_14

Dr Robert C Gallo talks about the importance of yearly AIDS congresses. He also talks about the scientific community before and during the AIDS epidemic, and puts the disease outbreak into a sociological context.

2002_14

00:16:11

2002_13

David Klatzmann is a french immunologist who has been working in an AIDS group in France since 1981. He talks about the discoveries that CD4-antigens function as receptors for the HIV virus and explains the structure of this relationship in detail.

2002_13

00:09:06

2002_12

Mary Marovich, medical scientist at The Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, talks about the difficulties and possibilities of eventually finding an AIDS vaccine solution.

2002_12

00:17:37

2002_10

Luc Montagnier talks about the complex virology of HIV which makes the AIDS vaccine development so difficult. He also talks about the economic and cultural advantages of using traditional medicine as a part of the ARV therapy in developing countries.

2002_10

00:39:38

2002_1

Opening of the Cent Gardes Conference in Annecy in 2002. Speeches by the Director of Fondation Mérieux, Alain Mérieux, and participants from other institutions working on HIV vaccines. The film maker Staffan Hildebrand holds a speech about Face of AIDS.

2002_1

00:46:00

AIDS - From Panic To Silence

The primary focus of this documentary is on the history of how the AIDS epidemic started in San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York in 1981. Many different stories are told about people affected or surrounded by HIV and AIDS in the early years of the epidemic.

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00:20:31

1998_18_05

Quarraisha Abdool Karim is an epidemiologist in Durban. She talks about the start of the South African AIDS epidemic and the South African AIDS response, health policies and campaigns. She explains why women are more susceptible to HIV than men are.

1998_18_05

00:34:00

1994_4

Flossie Wong-Staal is an American Molecular Biologist who has been influencial in the HIV/AIDS research since the start of the US AIDS epidemic. She is known as the first scientist to clone HIV. In this interview she talks about the work on HIV gene therapy.

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00:12:54

1994_2 (excerpt)

Joep Lange discusses his views on antiretroviral drugs, both in the developing and the developed world, future improvements of HIV drugs and treatment, and a possible vaccine.

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00:12:54

1994_2

Joep Lange discusses his views on antiretroviral drugs, both in the developing and the developed world, future improvements of HIV drugs and treatment, and a possible vaccine.

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