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U-M Researchers Open New Leads in Anti-HIV Drug Development

March 11, 2024


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Presented by The Record

Although effective treatments are available to manage HIV, a cure has remained elusive due to the virus’ ability to hide from the immune system, lying dormant in reservoirs of infected cells. A team of U-M researchers has successfully modified a naturally occurring chemical compound in the lab, forging a new path forward in the development of drugs that could potentially help cure — rather than treat — HIV. Read more about the research in this article from The Record.

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