From AIDS research to social justice, Charles van der Horst used his ‘powers for good’
Tue Jun 18, 2019
In one of the last photos taken of him, shared by the sponsors of a swim marathon on New York’s Hudson River, Charles van der Horst was heading into the waters the way he jumped into everything else: all in, feet first. Van der Horst was a preeminent UNC researcher and clinician who helped develop groundbreaking treatment protocols for HIV/AIDS.
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