Published in AIDS Weekly, May 24th, 1999
A study led by the University of Minnesota's Dr. Zhi-Qiang Zhang and Dr. Ashley Haase found that even when pummeled by HIV for years, key elements of the immune system not only regenerate but flourish when the amount of HIV in the body is reduced by the drugs.
As recently as five years ago, researchers thought that once HIV had destroyed the immune system, it was gone forever.
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