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New Hope for HIV Treatment: Empowering the Immune System Through Immunotherapy
July 19, 2016
People who acquire HIV can lose a critical function in their body: their immunity. Left untreated, HIV infects the immune system and disables a person’s ability to fight infections, which can turn the common cold into a death sentence. Antiviral treatment can prevent this from happening, but if medications are stopped the virus comes back […]
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