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From AIDS research to social justice, Charles van der Horst used his ‘powers for good’


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. (Durham Herald-Sun)

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