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01 March 2013


I've read a few things throughout the years about the "origins" of AIDS - really creepy. I know Randy Shilts had identified "Patient Zero", who really started the spread, but there were isolated incidences throughout the 20th century. Errrrg . . .

Ah, Sarah, you should read this book. "Patient Zero" is discussed, but the true nature of the disease and its spread is really quite a fascinating story. Particularly in light of the latest news that a toddler has been cured of HIV...

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