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True story about HIV: theory of viral sequestration and reserve infection

Authors Barasa S

Published 8 December 2011 Volume 2011:3 Pages 125—133

DOI https://doi.org/10.2147/HIV.S26578

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Simon Situma Barasa
Kenya Polytechnic University College, Nairobi, Kenya

Abstract: Radical cure of infectious disease lies in the principle that the contagion is eliminated and its propagation within the body is stopped. By understanding the true mechanisms of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection, effective cure is possible. Vertical research in HIV/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) has produced much advanced data about its nature without discovering a true cure, implying that the infective concept may have been missed. Overall, current interventions have had a significant impact on the pandemic, but they definitely have not achieved a cure. Given that modern research has already provided almost all significant data on HIV/AIDS, this inevitably means that understanding of the HIV and AIDS mechanism in the human body and population is less than sufficient. This paper advances a new concept using the available scientific data in an attempt to open a new frontier in HIV research.

Keywords: human immunodeficiency virus, HIV, acquired immunodeficiency syndrome, AIDS, viral sequestration

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