The Man Who Says Science Blew Its Best Shot at an AIDS Vaccine

The Man Who Says Science Blew Its Best Shot at an AIDS Vaccine

In the late 1980s, Burt Dorman was ready to get out of the vaccination game. A biophysical chemist, he’d spent years running a successful company making animal vaccines—a dozen of them, against diseases like feline leukemia and vesicular stomatitis. Now Dorman was starting a new company in a new field, aiming at disease diagnostics. And…