A Step Forward For Gene Therapy To Treat HIV
May 2, 2012
by: Richard Knox, NPR
Years after more than 40 patients with HIV received immune cells designed to attack and kill cells infected with HIV, the specialized cells are still present in their bloodstreams. There's been no sign the cells, a form of gene therapy, caused any serious side effects.
Copyright 2012 National Public Radio. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.
view printer-friendly version
> email this article to a friend
> return to previous page