Published in AIDS Weekly, October 17th, 2005
The ability of the HIV virus to establish resistance to therapeutic drugs through genetic mutation is a major concern in the treatment of HIV/AIDS. HIV does not always make perfect copies of itself. With billions of viruses being made every day, lots of small, random differences can occur. The differences are...
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