Common Chemical Found to Block HIV Transfer

by Benjamin Domenech on 1:05 am March 5, 2009

A common chemical found in food and cosmetics has been shown to protect monkeys against HIV infection, raising hopes that a similar treatment can be developed for humans. A team of researchers has identified a compound that, when applied as a gel, appears to block the simian version of HIV from being transmitted between monkeys during sexual intercourse.

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