Is a Cure For HIV Much Closer Than We Think?

Is a Cure For HIV Much Closer Than We Think?

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Is a Cure For HIV Much Closer Than We Think?

Scientists at Oregon Health and Science University have been doing vaccine trials with monkeys infected with SIV (Simian immunodeficiency virus), and it looks like they're really onto something. For the first time, a new vaccine has managed to completely wipe out any trace of the virus. Best part? Researchers say it should work the same way for humans.



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