Published in AIDS Weekly, June 18th, 2001
Published in the June 2001 issue of Nature Medicine, the study shows that drug-resistant HIV is less able to infect the thymus, the organ that churns out virus-fighting T cells. These patients can then continue to produce new T cells even in the face of high viral loads.
"It's potentially good news for patients who are on drugs and tolerating them," said lead author Cheryl Stoddart, PhD, staff...
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