As far as I know and could understand from reading about HIV, T helper cell is one of the main reasons to develop AIDS in patients infected with HIV virus, that because the absence of helper T cell ...
Is there a strong reason to be sceptical about the “cured HIV patient” being reported by mainstream media?
There's a story going round the news about a baby that was, apparently, cured of HIV using a cocktail of drugs at an early age. The story piqued my interest, but details seem scarce. One of the main ...
Some says that HIV destroy IRF3, and some says HIV overruns T-cells.
If the provirus was not formed yet, can the virus make viral enzymes? (I know that it already has some, but supposing it doesn't)
HIV compromises the human body to defend against infection. Yet people who are infected with herpes are at less risk of developing AIDS. How does this work?