Researchers find that some people can fight HIV without ARV treatment



A team of researchers has found in the Democratic Republic of Congo a high number of people who appear to be able to fight HIV without using anti- retroviral treatment. These findings published Tuesday in EBioMedicine may help researchers uncover biological trends within this population, that could lead to advancements in HIV treatments and potentially vaccines. Abbott Laboratories researchers said this group of people test positive for HIV antibodies but have low to non-detectable viral load counts without using ARVs. They are referred to as HIV elite controllers.

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