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While pharmacological HIV therapy has advanced considerably, the virus cannot be entirely eliminated from the body with currently available drugs. A possible solution: drugs that block protein kinases.
Researchers determine the reason for the ineffectiveness of current drug therapies in restoring the immune system of some HIV patients | University of Helsinki l.facebook.com

A new study indicates that protein kinases, which initiate the process that erodes the body’s immunity, significantly contribute to the immunodeficiency in HIV patients.