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Queensland scientist develops treatment to 'keep HIV in check'

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mikeyb39:
I admit I didn't see any other posts on here.  I am a simpleton i have to see it spelled out in clear words for me to see it,  otherwise i pick and choose what i want to read on these forums.  Good news is good news no matter how many times one sees it.  What else do we have but hope.  Wasn't that ssying on a golden girls episode btw.   hmmmmm.

tednlou2:

--- Quote from: mikeyb39 on January 24, 2013, 11:28:10 PM ---I admit I didn't see any other posts on here.  I am a simpleton i have to see it spelled out in clear words for me to see it,  otherwise i pick and choose what i want to read on these forums.  Good news is good news no matter how many times one sees it.  What else do we have but hope.  Wasn't that ssying on a golden girls episode btw.   hmmmmm.

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Was that the Bob Hope episode?  Rose is nuts and thinks he is her father. 

buginme2:
Hey turns out this 'keep HIV in check' thing was a bunch of rubbish.

http://tagbasicscienceproject.typepad.com/tags_basic_science_vaccin/2013/01/australian-aids-cure-claim-leads-to-a-maelstrom-of-hype-and-misinformation-.html

mecch:

--- Quote from: buginme2 on January 31, 2013, 11:44:04 PM ---Hey turns out this 'keep HIV in check' thing was a bunch of rubbish.

http://tagbasicscienceproject.typepad.com/tags_basic_science_vaccin/2013/01/australian-aids-cure-claim-leads-to-a-maelstrom-of-hype-and-misinformation-.html

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Thanks for posting that. The article was a little windy but it was interesting to read about the language games in these press releases. 

sensual1973:
boy you really like being the donkey and the carrot.

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