Published in AIDS Weekly, March 13th, 2000
The findings, by scientists at New York University School of Medicine and University Hospital Nijemgen in The Netherlands, provide a new explanation as to how the virus gets into the body and makes its way to tissues where immune system cells reside. The AIDS virus then infects immune cells and eventually overwhelms the body's ability to fight infection.
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