HIV Cure


Dock and Block: Scientists Develop Technique That Makes Cells Resistant to HIV
Flagging the HIV Reservoir: A Potential New Marker for CD4 Cells Hiding HIV
Antibody Therapies Effective at Preventing HIV From Invading CD4 Cells
NIH Research Helps Explain How Antibody Treatment Led to Sustained Remission of HIV-Like Virus
CROI 2017 Preview: New Research on HIV Cure and Treatment
Safety Issues With Vedolizumab
Exciting Results in Monkeys Lead to a Clinical Trial in Humans
The Search for a Cure
Targeting Latently Infected Cells via IFITM1
Gene Therapy to Cure HIV: Where to From Here?
How Cures Can Fail
Turning 'Off' These 3 Genes Would Protect T Cells From HIV
How Close Are We to a Cure for HIV? A Q&A With HIV Cure Scientific Superstars
NIH Scientists Identify Potent Antibody That Neutralizes Nearly All HIV Strains
NIH Spotlights HIV Cure Research

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Analysis & Opinion

When it comes to an HIV cure, what do we know now and what are the main areas of focus for future research? Irini Sereti, M.D., reviewed and analyzed the current strategies.
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While a true cure remains elusive for both diseases, HIV researchers are looking at new advances in immuno-oncology.
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When it comes to clinical trials for HIV cures, many patient volunteers may be asked to stop taking their once-daily medicines, raising ethical questions and concerns.
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Genome engineering is an experimental approach for achieving a functional cure of HIV by genetically engineering CD4 T cells to become resistant to HIV.
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Two cure strategies currently being studied include therapeutic vaccines and broadly neutralizing antibodies.
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