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Notes from the Gallo Lab Meeting

by Mark Harrington

19 September 1998

Late every August, the once-and-future greats (and some not-so greats) of AIDS research pay pilgrimage to HIV co-discoverer Robert C. Gallo at the annual laboratory meeting once, in palmier days, hosted in Bethesda by the NCI Laboratory of Tumor Cell Biology, now hosted by the Institute for Human Virology (IHV) and held at the tourist-friendly Hyatt Regency Harborside in glamorous, sweltering Baltimore, Maryland. Your faithful correspondent attended the first four days of the week- long research gab-fest.