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Queensland scientist develops treatment to 'keep HIV in check'

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atlanta05:
Early days, but worth watching, right?

Would you consider volunteering for this study? I probably would (if I were in Australia)

http://mg.co.za/article/2013-01-16-australian-study-point-to-potential-cure-for-aids/

atlanta05:
Who would volunteer for this trial? I probably would (if I were in Australia!)

leatherman:
this is already being discussed in another thread:
Queensland scientist develops treatment to 'keep HIV in check'

mikeyb39:
I was reading this article on the HUFF post.  It was one of the most looked up articles on yahoo, so had to take a look at it.  Promising info, but still long ways down the road for humans I suppose.   Its nice to know someone is still looking into this stuff.  I'm all about a 'functional' cure.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/01/24/potential-aids-cure-australia-hiv-protein_n_2543921.html?utm_hp_ref=mostpopular


leatherman:
this is already being discussed in another thread:
Queensland scientist develops treatment to 'keep HIV in check'

and this is like the 2nd or 3rd thread that's been started up about the same news item although your huffpo link is new to the mix LOL Although I must say that the huffpo headline (and your title based on that) and the way they reported it is very very wrong. The huffpo link clearly even says "Harrich himself notes that his research is not an HIV cure".


--- Quote ---If successful, Harrich's one treatment could replace more traditional, multiple drug therapies. Harrich remarked to ABC that these advances could give HIV patients a way "to go on and live happy and productive lives with as little intrusion as possible."
--- End quote ---
It's not a CURE but another very different kind of drug therapy. ;)

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