California scientists have managed to force the HIV virus, hidden in cells, to come out of hiding. In this way, HIV cells become vulnerable.
At the moment, there is no definitive answer to the treatment of HIV, although WHO's forecasts for research and development have greatly improved. Virus cells can lie dormant in the body for a long time.
Well, UCLA has made progress in refining a treatment regimen they started 5 years ago based on the fact that immune cells – natural killers of HIV virus cells. The research results were published on Monday in the scientific journal Nature Communication.