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Gradual Delivery of HIV Vaccine Packs a Bigger Punch in Monkey Study

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I'm assuming the vaccine won't work on undetectable people because there are too many latently infected cells that, once reactivated, would overwhelm the newly vaccinated immune system. How about a vaccine to target the latently infected cells? Is it really that difficult to find protein markers unique to latently infected cells? Why didn't apoptosis occur in these invaded cells?

May 17, 2019 OKC


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