|New treatment, approach
Dec 17, 2004
I've been hearing about a recent/new HIV treatment whereas the virus is rendered unable to duplicate itself for good or its mechanism for making copies of itself is totally disabled. Can you please elaborate?
| Response from Dr. Henry
You may be referring to the recent study published in Nature Medicine where French researchers used an inactivated HIV vaccine on a subject's dendritic cells and appeared to achieve modest control of HIV replication in a subset of subjects. That was a very interesting study but needs considerably more work and confirmation before its use could be recommended. KH
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