Scientists Find Way To Pinpoint Hideout Of AIDS Virus

Scientists have concluded that some of the white blood cells in the body serve as a hideout for the HIV-1 virus. This discovery could in the future lead to treatments which may help counter AIDS.  ( Fiona Henderson | Flickr )

On March 15, French scientists made an announcement that they had discovered a procedure to diagnose tricky white blood cells, which provide a hiding spot for the HIV-1 virus in humans consuming anti-HIV medications due to AIDS. – Read More 



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