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This same technique could be the key to providing better treatment and maybe even a cure for HIV.
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A new trial uses several doses of antibodies to protect monkeys from contracting HIV. And they succeeded for as long as 23 weeks.
Scientists just found that the virus can quickly develop mutations that resist DNA-cutting enzymes.
In a sense it’s like a vaccination, but one done at the genetic level.
It is a new beginning in more ways than one.
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A new technique cleans the genomes of HIV-infected patients of the virus, pointing a way to a possible cure for this and other retroviral diseases.
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