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PBS ‘ NewsHour examines how a team of U.S ed help . Researchers conducting a study in Lima, live of patients with HIV whose immune system the virus to suppress the virus. Following the Peru has 600 so-called elites, whose HIV infections in in life-threatening AIDS, and research progress is looking at them and understand other identified elites from around the world, .

This information was of globalhealth.org with permission from the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. You can view the entire Kaiser Daily Global Health Policy Report search the archives and sign up for email delivery of global health. – Researchers believe elite controllers may indications that help contribute to the future development of an HIV vaccine was, said Bruce Walker of the Ragon Institute in Boston, which leads the Peru study, during the program. If we vaccine one the virus the virus so low as these people would keep it, we would expect much less chance much less chance of transmitting to someone else and much less chance of any kind of progression of the disease itself, said Walker. [O] ur goal in studying these elite controllers, find out how it is that they are able to make[ to], HIV is irrelevant to them, and are able to control it on their own because we believe that – that it is added to the solution we are looking for the HIV epidemic, Walker.

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