Study points to new avenue for developing potential strategies to thwart HIV virus

November 26, 2015

Nearly 37 million people worldwide are living with HIV. When the virus destroys so many immune cells that the body can't fight off infection, AIDS will develop. The disease took the lives of more than a million people last year.

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