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HIV has a Weakness

HIV is a uniquely clever virus. It constantly mutates to elude the body's defenses - and our medical intervention. But in order to work at all, some part of the HIV virus has to remain unchangeable. Dr. Paul and Dr. Miguel Escobar in Houston believe that they've found that part of the virus. AND they have found a way to exploit that weakness.

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It's news like this that makes us say, "If you're not excited about the future you're not paying attention."

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