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New Hope For The Cure Of Aids

By listener11 | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 1 views

Scientist say that the discovery of a large group of people whose bodies naturally control Aids without taking medication gives firm hope of eventual cure for HIV

As many as 4 percent of carriers of Aids in one African country were able to suppress the HIV virus naturally.Normally less than 1 percent of people with HIV can do so.Scientist and researchers believe this is a great discovery.This is because this new development will catalyze more research to develop a vaccine or new treatment for HIV.This could also mean that HIV as a disease could be cured soon. It’s currently believed that HIV cannot be cured

People living with HIV have to take anti-retroviral medicines daily to suppress the virus and reduce their viral load

The virus that causes HIV is a very dangerous source of a disease that has ravaged and destroyed a lot of lives. There is no known official cure for HIV even though it can be managed with drugs and medications

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