Scientists from Germany discover a potential cure for HIV AIDS, that not only delays the growth of the virus, but it could also fully cure the disease.
The process utilizes, what researchers call molecular scissors. These scissors-- which are HIV-cutting enzymes, help weed out the virus from infected cells after being injected into the host with a combination of genetically-altered stem cells. This process is known as somatic genetic therapy. The research team claims it could break new ground in the search for a robust, effective cure for one of the world’s deadliest viruses. They say this method is unique because it is the only one so far that can reverse an H-I-V infection, yet still leave the treated cells healthy. According to the World Health Organization W-H-O, the disease has already claimed 36 million lives so far, and another 35 million were living with the disease in 20-12.
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