New Study Shows Small Protein Changes Make Big Difference in Natural HIV Control

A new study published online in Science found that slight differences in the structure of a protein in the body that recognizes HIV could explain why some individuals infected with HIV are able to resist the onset of AIDS without treatment.  According to Dr. Bruce Walker of Massachusetts General Hospital and a senior co-author on the study, "HIV is slowly revealing its secrets," and "knowing how an effective immune response against HIV is generated is an important step toward replicating that response with a vaccine."  To read more about the study, visit 

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