A group of experts has again come with a new hope of fighting with AIDS virus, which is till date believed to be incurable and long-lasting, reveals a recent report.
However, the world’s largest conference on AIDS had been closed previously, with failure of untiring efforts to fight the long-existing evil. It was yet again held in the US on Sunday so as to ask people not to sit contented and rise to defeat the same.
As per the findings, it is being claimed by the San Francisco’s University of California researchers and Kathleen Sebelius, Human Services Secretary, that the dream to kill the virus may be seen coming true time sometime very close.
They said that though, the goal to develop such a vaccine or treatment strategy has not been reached to present. There is a large possibility to make people’s infection less affecting. The Obama administration has also been hoping to see a changed scenario soon, which it is calling as an AIDS-free generation.
However, the struggling part arrives before scientists and researchers while finding the way to tackle the problem in different areas. "Future generations are counting on our courage to think big, be bold and seize the opportunity before us", said Dr. Diane Havlir, the International AIDS Conference’s co-chair.
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