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Tag Archives: HIV/AIDS
The high clustering coefficient coupled with a short average distance between nodes suggests a “small-world phenomenon” among HIV and HPV researchers. Continue reading
Timothy Brown, the “Berlin patient” was freed of HIV infection via a bone marrow transfusion from a compatible CCR5Δ32 donor in 2007. Last year there was a report of a newborn baby cured by very early drug therapy. The news … Continue reading
Imaging HIV in the gut. Continue reading
In a discussion on Twitter earlier this week I made an off the cuff remark which turned out to be unexpectedly telling. Continue reading
JC polyomavirus is a bit of a mystery. Many people are infected with it, but few become ill as a result. This virus bides its time. Continue reading
Microbiology Today: HIV and the ‘functional’ cure