At 7:30 a.m. last Wednesday, a day after a roundtable about HIV among Native Americans, and a few hours before a discussion of spirituality and HIV, Don Francis sat on a stage at last week's HIV/AIDS Update Conference at Civic Auditorium. He was sandwiched between an anti-retroviral specialist, a microbicide researcher, and an expert on less deadly types of STDs. Francis was one of only two vaccine specialists out of 150 scientists who spoke at last week's conference. He was allowed 20 minutes to talk, a few... More >>>