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What if HIV had been detected in the small human populations where it first appeared, African bushmeat hunters who were likely infected with the novel retrovirus decades before it struck the United States and spread globally in the 1980s? How many of the 25 million people who have died of AIDS would have remained uninfected because the virus had been identified by scientists in the field?

APIC Conference: Infection prevention in an era of emerging pandemics