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Where There's A Cure There's Controversy: Raymond Schinazi's Story

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It is thought that more than 94% of HIV-infected individuals in the US on combination therapy take at least one of the drugs Raymond F Schinazi has invented. Most latterly associated with hepatitis C cure sofosbuvir, Schinazi tell Jo Shorthouse why he has no intentions of stopping any time soon.

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