Clip provided by Americans for Medical Progress. Original briefing by The White House March 26, 2020
Researchers are turning to nontraditional approaches to create vaccines and therapeutics
Findings represent progress toward an HIV cure.
“It’s very exciting to see this trial starting so quickly and we hope it’s successful,”
"Inhibitory neurons are critically involved in many aspects of memory, and they are extremely vulnerable to dying after a brain injury,"
“It’s an intriguing idea that as people get older our neurons may actually become more active and that simple inhibition of this activity might be sufficient to lengthen lifespan,”
“You don’t really know fear until your kids get sick and you think something’s terribly wrong,”