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New clues as to why virus remains undetectable in some patients after treatment ends.

Hiv researchers find that 2018biomarkers2019 can predict virus remission in patients

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HIV researchers say new analysis of patient data could help to shed light on the phenomenon known as ‘post-treatment control’, where the virus remains undetectable in some patients even after treatment is stopped.

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