Towards a cure for HIV-are we making progress? Until recently, no-one dared to discuss a cure when it came to HIV. There had been a general consensus among experts that the best we would ever achieve would be durable control of the infection with antiretroviral therapy (ART). And, in this regard, we have been tremendously successful. ART is often given as only one tablet a day with minimal toxicity, leads to normal life expectancy, and reduces viral transmission. But therapy clearly has its limitations. It must be administered daily for life ...
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