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`I'm an optimist,' says AIDS pioneer

By Stephen Smith
Globe Staff / June 5, 2006

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The tsunami began as a trickle one spring morning 25 years ago. Dr. Anthony S. Fauci , then a senior researcher at the National Institutes of Health, was at his desk in Bethesda, Md., when a federal disease publication called the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report landed. It carried a three-page account chronicling the devastating symptoms that had befallen five ... (Full article: 438 words)

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