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A look at new AIDS treatments, potential cure




Scanning electromicrograph of an HIV-infected T cell. Credit: NIAID
Scanning electromicrograph of an HIV-infected T cell. Credit: NIAID
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There was a time when being diagnosed with HIV was a death sentence. Now, there's talk of a cure. 

In his latest piece for The New Yorker, medical writer Jerome Groopman explores new treatments, including a strategy scientists call "shock and kill." He joins Take Two with more.