World AIDS Day

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Today is World AIDS Day, and scientists say they're seeing promising results from research into a possible AIDS vaccine. We discuss the developments with one of the doctors who identified AIDS as a new disease 30 years ago, and a man who's lived with HIV for over 20 years.

Guests:

Michael Gottlieb, associate clinical professor of medicine at UCLA who, along with his colleagues, identified AIDS as a new disease in 1981

Matt Sharp, independent consultant to AIDS organizations who has lived with HIV since 1988

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