Is HIV/AIDS Treatment Is Possible or Not in 2019 _ A Research on Its Cure

Treatment for HIV

Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome is a severe life-threatening condition, caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).

HIV enters your body and causes disease. Mostly it considers a sexually transmitted infection (STI) which spread through infected blood, mother to child during breastfeeding, etc.

It is said that there is no cure of HIV/AIDS; therefore here we will talk about the treatment of HIV/AIDS. Is it possible or not in 2019. Well, this disease takes years for the cure, but no authentic treatment is here. Therefore, we will tell you about some therapies that slow the progression of the disease.

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Research of University of Pittsburgh Graduate School

There is no short and sure cure for HIV/AIDS, but recently a research was conducted at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health. They are working on research and try to find all in one cure for HIV/AIDS. This study is published in EBioMedicine Journal via science daily.

Treatment for HIV/AIDS

Well, the study framed around the concept ” Kick and Kill Concept.” The primary purpose of the theory or idea is to kick the infected cells from the body.Still, they are working and try to find the cells that are infected by HIV.

Therefore, in this way they can know which cells should be kicked out.When HIV patients take the medicine the virus goes into an inactive state and hides in the T helper cells. Mostly these cells hide in the DNA.

Researchers find a Cytomegalovirus in 95 percent of HIV patients. These have the capability to hide in the body. Cytomegalovirus is a herpes virus that lies dormant in the body and spread through body fluid.

Well, the study also shows that our immune system has the ability to fighting against CMV. Even it can be monitored in how much quantity these viruses present. But if you fail to do so, then it means a large number of CMV are hidden in the body.

Well, scientists are still working on it. Hop, it has the potential to cure HIV/AIDS in 2019.


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