2 strains of HIV cut vastly different paths
from The New York Times
Thirty-four years ago, doctors in Los Angeles discovered that some of their patients were succumbing to a normally harmless fungus. It soon became clear that they belonged to a growing number of people whose immune systems were hobbled by a virus eventually known as HIV.
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