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It is estimated that one-third of Americans with hepatitis C pass through the criminal justice system each year.
A large survey conducted among people living with HIV in the U.S. asked the question: "What does a 'cure for HIV' mean to you?"
In the search for a cure, multiple clinical trials are investigating whether immune-based approaches can deliver the "kill" in "kick and kill."
A major focus of HIV cure research is on reversing HIV latency -- essentially switching on the latent virus's DNA machinery so that it starts making proteins.
There are a variety of technologies available to accurately quantify the latent HIV reservoir, but each has pros and cons.