Antiretroviral therapy has been known to manage HIV. This role of the medication has turned this kind of drugs to be anti-HIV treatment that is continuously taken throughout the lifetime of the patients. However, new revelations could change this. Researchers reported at the ninth international AIDS Society conference in Paris that signs of drug-free remissions were observed in a 9-year-old child living with HIV. Read more “Ray of Hope for HIV-positive Infants”
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