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Restoring immune function in HIV patients: Therapies targeting PD-1 and IL-10 molecules needed
New inquisition conducted by the scientific head for VGTI Florida and his compeers at the health center of Montreal, in teamwork
web office collaborationmanage projects with scientists from the NIH and the McGill health center mash unit center, may soon lead to an unfolding of the drug arsenal used to fight HIV. The delving sheds new light on how HIV gradually weakens the body’s immune system and highlights the need for new experimentation into therapies that will target the chain of events that cause the course of the disease.
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