How HIV beats the immune system by hiding in bone marrow niche
What is it about?
From published research, my analysis shows that HIV forms a reserve infection in the section of bone marrow that is protected from immunity from where it keeps attacking, waging a sort of guerrilla warfare until it wears down our defenses.
Why is it important?
By targeting and removing this infection in the bone marrow, a major load is removed and this paves way for the removal of other secondary reservoirs as well. In a later publication, I describe a methodology that has led to radical cure of two patients by applying this principle.
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