HIV Spreads Slower in Presence of Immune Protein: Could Early Treatment Keep the Protein in Greater Supply? Northwestern University Study

Published: Oct 18, 2013

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A protein known as A3 has been linked to preventing the spread of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in roughly one percent of disease carriers, a new study finds. Scientists believe early detection and treatment of the virus can keep the otherwise dwindling protein stores from depleting, thus shortening overall treatment times.

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