Gene Therapy Approach ‘Completely’ Protects Mice from HIV Infection - International Business Times

Scientists from the California Institute of Technology have come up with a gene therapy approach that has proven “completely” effective in protecting mice (with humanized immune systems) against HIV infections. These findings were published in journal “Nature” on Wednesday.

Promising.

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