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About Immunology of Infectious Disease News

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Immunology of Infectious Disease News is one of the newest additions to Connexon Creative’s group of newsletters. Given the rapid and overwhelming advancements in the fields of HIV research and vaccine development, we recognized the need for a newsletter focused on infectious diseases. Launched in early 2013, the newsletter rounds out our immunology series alongside Human Immunology News and Watch 'collaborating to accelerate COVID-19 research'
 
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