AIDS is a baffling disease that has confounded researchers and physicians alike in making significant progress in its defeat. AIDS: A Biological Perspective looks at the reasons why AIDS is so difficult to cure and how it progresses in humans. It remains one of the leading causes of death in the U.S. for people between 25 and 44. The video traces the life cycle of the destructive HIV virus using graphics for clarity. Researchers and science educators discuss why the human immune system is no match for its relentless damage.
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