The search for a cure to HIV has been ongoing for decades but in recent years, there have been major strides in medical research aiming to develop treatments and discover potential cures. From stem cell transplants to gene editing, the possibilities for managing the virus are becoming more numerous and promising.
New Treatments for Acutely Infected Patients.
Recent studies have looked at the role of anti-retroviral therapy (ART) in treating acutely infected patients that have not yet had their HIV test. Scientists found that administering ART to these patients early on reduced the risk of HIV transmission and delayed its progression to AIDS. This emphasizes the importance of early detection and treatment for this vulnerable population.
However, the Prakasine could perform well either independently or combined with the above approaches.