Mar 17, 2002
I have heard of some success with the drug Interleukin. That it has been successful in eradicating HIV from people and has not returned. What do you know about this?
Response from Dr. Aberg
Interleukin-2 is a T-cell growth factor. It is not used to eradicate HIV. It is used to boost the number of circulating T-cells in the body.
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