HIV, HPV Researchers Honored, But One Scientist Is Left Out

@article{Cohen2008HIVHR,
  title={HIV, HPV Researchers Honored, But One Scientist Is Left Out},
  author={J. Cohen and Martin Enserink},
  journal={Science},
  year={2008},
  volume={322},
  pages={174 - 175}
}
The 2008 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine has been awarded to Luc Montagnier and FranA§oise BarrA©-Sinoussi for their discovery of the virus that causes AIDS--but not Robert Gallo, whom many consider to have co-discovered the virus with Montagnier. A third prize went to German virologist Harald zur Hausen for finding that human papillomaviruses can cause cervical cancer. 
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