Published in AIDS Weekly, October 7th, 1996
The most unique feature of HIV infection is that the immune systems of most infected individuals control the virus for an extended period of time - after which the virus gains the upper hand and AIDS ensues.
Researchers have longed hoped to understand this complex process so that they can intervene and tip the scales in favor of the immune system. Now new findings appear to put this goal within reach.
"At least the scientific basis for interfering with host factors is laid," said...
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