UoT Researchers Possibly Find New HIV Medication Using The Body Itself
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UoT Researchers Possibly Find New HIV Medication Using The Body Itself

University of Texas Medical Branch researchers may have found a new medication that will work with an infected individual’s own body to suppress the virus even more than current HIV treatments have not been able to fight.

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