Published in AIDS Weekly, February 28th, 2005
According to a study from the United States, "Children infected with HIV display great variability in their clinical outcome and rate of progression to AIDS. The reasons for this variability are largely unknown. Increasing evidence from adult studies suggests that the cellular immune response is a critical determinant of viral containment, and likely accounts for much of the observed variability in clinical progression."
"Detailed studies of the HIV specific immune responses generated by adults with long-term nonprogressive infection have revealed...
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