WELCOME 21ST CENTURY SCIENCE! WE’VE BEEN WAITING! Man ‘cured’ of HIV through gene editing holds hope for others.
Using an improved gene editing strategy, scientists managed to delete infected fragments of mouse DNA, stepping closer to finding a cure for HIV infection.
Scientists are harnessing the power of genetics in hopes of creating a cure for HIV. read more
A research team from Temple University used gene editing technique called CRISPR to target HIV, spurring hope of a cure down the line
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