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Thursday, 29 September 2016
1 In 10 South African Children May Have A Natural Defense Against AIDS
There are thought to be around 2.6 million children around the world living with HIV, with roughly only one-third of these receiving any treatment for the disease. But researchers working in South Africa have found something astonishing: Around one in 10 children tested seemingly has an immune system that prevents the HIV from progressing to AIDS. When a person is infected with HIV, the body’s usual response is for the immune system to mount a massive attack to try and quash...
Full Story: IFL Science

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