HIV test breakthrough promises better therapy
This article was originally published in Clinica
UK and US researchers claim to have developed a breakthrough test for HIV-1, which can detect fragments of the virus' DNA undetectable by even the most sensitive molecular tests. The discovery could provide a more effective way of targeting anti-retroviral therapies because it can detect when the virus is hiding in the organs of patients who appear to be in remission after treatment.
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