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New York Times Women in the World: The intrepid doctors and scientists at the forefront of HIV

Recently, efforts to develop multi-purpose technologies (MPTs) have hit important milestones. At the New York Times "Women in the World," Pamela M. Norick details the Population Council's first in-human trial of griffithsin, a naturally occuring protein as one of the many exciting developments by intrepid doctors and scientists in the ongoing effort to prevent HIV.

"This month, at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, the Population Council, a nonprofit based in New York City, completed the early portion of the first in-human trial of griffithsin, a naturally occurring protein found in algae that researchers are investigating as an MPT that could inhibit HIV and other pathogens, including HSV-2."

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