Possible Breakthrough in HIV

U-S-C researchers have created H-I-V-resistant cells that could one day allow patients to control and even suppress the infection without the use of harsh drugs. Researchers at the Keck School of Medicine successfully transplanted modified stem cells into mice that stave off the infection. If the
approach can be applied to humans, it could make people immune to the virus.

Check it out at Keck.

More from Hettie Lynne Hurtes
blog comments powered by Disqus