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International AIDS Society global scientific strategy: towards an HIV cure 2016.

  • Author(s): Deeks, Steven G
  • Lewin, Sharon R
  • Ross, Anna Laura
  • Ananworanich, Jintanat
  • Benkirane, Monsef
  • Cannon, Paula
  • Chomont, Nicolas
  • Douek, Daniel
  • Lifson, Jeffrey D
  • Lo, Ying-Ru
  • Kuritzkes, Daniel
  • Margolis, David
  • Mellors, John
  • Persaud, Deborah
  • Tucker, Joseph D
  • Barre-Sinoussi, Françoise
  • International AIDS Society Towards a Cure Working Group
  • Alter, Galit
  • Auerbach, Judith
  • Autran, Brigitte
  • Barouch, Dan H
  • Behrens, Georg
  • Cavazzana, Marina
  • Chen, Zhiwei
  • Cohen, Éric A
  • Corbelli, Giulio Maria
  • Eholié, Serge
  • Eyal, Nir
  • Fidler, Sarah
  • Garcia, Laurindo
  • Grossman, Cynthia
  • Henderson, Gail
  • Henrich, Timothy J
  • Jefferys, Richard
  • Kiem, Hans-Peter
  • McCune, Joseph
  • Moodley, Keymanthri
  • Newman, Peter A
  • Nijhuis, Monique
  • Nsubuga, Moses Supercharger
  • Ott, Melanie
  • Palmer, Sarah
  • Richman, Douglas
  • Saez-Cirion, Asier
  • Sharp, Matthew
  • Siliciano, Janet
  • Silvestri, Guido
  • Singh, Jerome
  • Spire, Bruno
  • Taylor, Jeffrey
  • Tolstrup, Martin
  • Valente, Susana
  • van Lunzen, Jan
  • Walensky, Rochelle
  • Wilson, Ira
  • Zack, Jerome
  • et al.

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https://doi.org/10.1038/nm.4108
Abstract

Antiretroviral therapy is not curative. Given the challenges in providing lifelong therapy to a global population of more than 35 million people living with HIV, there is intense interest in developing a cure for HIV infection. The International AIDS Society convened a group of international experts to develop a scientific strategy for research towards an HIV cure. This Perspective summarizes the group's strategy.

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