Why can’t we cure HIV?

 

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5 thoughts on “Why can’t we cure HIV?

    1. I research your question and found an answer I think is in relation to yours a bit… “If drug-resistance testing shows that the HIV regimen isn’t effective because of drug resistance, the test results can be used to select a new HIV regimen.”

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      1. Sometimes drug resistance can happen from natural mutations in the virus, but most of the time it is because a patient has poor adherence to their drug treatment. Once a resistant strain emerges, treatment will have to be adjusted and hopefully there are remaining drugs that the virus isn’t resistant to. The resistant strain can then be passed on to someone else and so on…

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