The mystery of HIV’s ‘elite controllers’
Research into how some HIV-positive people are able to naturally suppress the virus promises to yield new treatments, from vaccines to gene therapies. David Cox reports
The year was 1998 when Joel Blankson encountered a patient he would never forget. Blankson was working in the HIV clinic at John Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, when an HIV-positive woman in her mid-40s arrived for some routine tests.
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