Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Great News in the Fight Against AIDS?

I'll echo the comment from CrunchGear: "Yay for Science!" -

Researchers at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, who have been researching AIDS for almost a decade, have come up with a novel new way to fight the immunovirus. Traditional vaccines didn’t seem to be working, so Dr. Philip Johnson, chief scientific officer at Children’s Hospital, shifted gears, and used muscles to deliver a gene in order to create a protein that interferes with the virus.

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