Why the cure to HIV remains hidden — and how we might find it at the bottom of the ocean

elephant ear sponge; HIV-infected T cell

Komal Adeel, New Science Communicator HIV is pretty young disease. Unlike malaria, which was with us when humans first migrated out of Africa some two million years ago, or tuberculosis, which has been found in the bodies of ancient Egyptian mummies, HIV infections did not exist in humans until the 20th century. However, in this […]

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