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Scientists identify first new HIV strain in two decades

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Scientists identify first new HIV strain in two decades

Scientists identify first new HIV strain in two decades

A joint study by Abbott Laboratories and the University of Missouri has identified a new subtype of the HIV strain for the first time in 19 years.

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