Thirty one years after the discovery of HIV, a cure still remains a distant reality. The very complicated nature and variety of HIV has meant that the virus has resisted even the most vigorous of attempts by scientists to eliminate it and to quell its spread. That a cure has eluded scientists this long, is in a way, an indictment in itself, but it is worth noting that there have been real glimmers of hope, in recent years, principally in the area of scientific research on drugs to mitigate and suppress the deadly virus. Those glimmers of hope have manifested…
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