Current Methods for Counting HIV Proviruses May Be Inaccurate | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – HIV patients who take antiretroviral (ART) drugs still have a reservoir of latent virus lurking in their T cells. Even when ARTs suppress active viral replication to undetectable levels, this latent reservoir prevents patients from being fully cured of the disease.

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