Gene therapy for HIV safe, but effectiveness still unclear

| | May 8, 2012

New research shows that gene therapy can have long-lasting effects on the immune cells of HIV patients — a promising sign — even though the specific treatment being studied did not eradicate the virus. This approach is one of several gene therapy strategies that are being investigated by scientists as possible ways to keep the AIDS virus from spreading in the blood.

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