New HIV Research Model Suggests Early Treatment Key To Finding Cure

The Guardian: HIV spreads like computer worms, say scientists
“HIV spreads throughout the body in a similar way to some computer worms, according to a new model, which also suggests that early treatment is key to finding a cure to the disease…” (Siddique, 4/2).

International Business Times: HIV: Early treatment crucial as virus uses double entry mode
“A new model suggests early treatment is key to curing HIV as the virus spreads in the body just like computer worms using a hybrid approach…” (K, 4/3).

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