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Fernando Aiuti is an Italian Immunologist who has been working on HIV/AIDS since the early 80's. In this interview he talks about the Italian AIDS situation, sexuality education and the scientific and clinical work in the field.
José Esparza is a scientist who has been working many years at WHO and within UNAIDS. He has been known for his work on HIV vaccines. Here he talks about vaccine trials and the future development of vaccines for developing and developed countries.
Praphan Phanupak is Professor in Immunology and the Director of the Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre (TRC-ARC). He talks about the incidence and prevalence of HIV infection in different parts of Thailand and about human experiments on Thai drug users.
Praphan Phanupak, co-founder of the Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Center (TRC-ARC) and Professor at the Chulalongkorn University Hospital, tells about his encounter with the first AIDS patient in Thailand, about the health resources in Thailand and about stigma.
Robin Weiss, a British Molecular Biologist and Professor of Viral Oncology at University College London, talks about the scientific contribution of small countries like Sweden, interdisciplinary collaborations in HIV research and HIV vaccines.
Geoffrey Schild, Virologist and Director of the National Institute for Biological Standards and Control (NIBSC), talks about the Swedish contributions to AIDS research and collaboration with funding agencies such as Nutek, and reflects on HIV vaccines.
Dr George Galasso is working on HIV vaccines at NIAID. Here he talks about the scientific challenges of HIV/AIDS and the chances of developing a vaccine. He believes that one of the main focuses in HIV/AIDS research still is to find treatment for opportunistic infections.
In this film clip, a man working in the laboratory at Prince Williams Hospital in Sydney shows some of the HIV tests and talks about the Australian AIDS situation.
Dr Robert Gallo is interviewed in the laboratory about the HIV virus and his ongoing work. He also talks with his team and discusses the question of international collaboration with Lars Olof Kallings. He answers questions about HIV and AIDS, drugs and promiscuity.
Paulo Cofforino, Professor in Ethics in the University of Milan and member of National AIDS Committee of the Italian Ministry of Health, talks about AIDS in connection with ethics regarding the patients. Location shots: University of Milan
Jonathan Mann, was a US medical doctor and influential within the World Health Organization (WHO). Here he talks about the global understanding of the disease between 1981 and 1988.
Dr Luc Montagnier and Dr Lars Olof Kallings in Montagnier’s office and laboratory at the Pasteur Institute in Paris. They talk about the HIV virus and the difficulties and possibilities of finding effective antiretroviral drug combinatoions in the future.