Scientists have managed to remove DNA of the HIV virus from living tissue for the first time in a breakthrough that could lead to an outright cure. At the moment, treating the disease involves the use of drugs that suppress levels of the virus so the body’s immune system can cope. Now researchers in the US have revealed they used gene-editing technology to remove DNA of the commonest HIV-1 strain from several organs of infected mice and rats.
@DrSebi. Imagine that! 2nd Pinter: Wow! They get your patents and make them theirs after you go. R.I.P. Dr. Sebi, thanks for all your help with my bro-in-laws cancer treatment when we had no where else to turn.