antiretroviral therapy Stories
- Even when HIV is undetectable in the blood, HIV continues to replicate in lymphoid tissue. Meanwhile, HIV resistance to one antiretroviral drug is worryingly common.
- Doctors released new details about the child believed to be cured of HIV, offering hope to those looking to eradicate the virus in infants.
- Researchers from King's College London have identified a human gene, MX2, which possibly prevents HIV from spreading once it has entered the body.
- Researchers found that in couples in which one person is HIV-positive and the other is not, the use of antiretroviral therapy can help reduce the risk of transmission of the disease.