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HIV Antibody Infusions Show Promise for Treating SHIV-Infected Monkeys
  Two teams of scientists are reporting results from experiments in which they infused powerful anti-HIV monoclonal antibodies into monkeys infected with an HIV-like virus, rapidly reducing the amount of virus, or viral load, to undetectable levels, where it remained for extended periods.
The studies' authors now propose testing a similar strategy in HIV-infected people and exploring the potential role of such monoclonal antibody infusions in curing people of HIV.
NIAID/NIH - Learn more about the new findings.
Published studies/commentaries journal Nature -
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