Drugs and AIDS

July 13, 2003

13 Jul – In 1978, David Rasnick PhD received his PhD in chemistry from Georgia Tech.  He has BS degrees in biology and chemistry.   He has 25 years of experience with proteases and protease inhibitors and worked 20 years in the pharmaceutical industry developing protease inhibitors for tissue destroying diseases like cancer, emphysema, arthritis, parasitic diseases.  His updated CV is posted here.

During the 21st annual meeting of the Doctors for Disaster Preparedness Conference, cancer researcher David Rasnick PhD presented this update on HIV drugs and AIDS:

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