Wednesday, March 6, 2019

How Could Scientists Cure AIDS Patients? - Health and Medicine 3

Great shot of HIV, credit to Imperial College London

Number of people infected by HIV is increasing year by year worldwide: more than 36.9 million people recently, and 940 thousands death in 2017. The condition is the worst in developing countries.

Surprisingly, the first patient has been cured first time in 2007 (12 years ago), but since then, no repeatations are success. It is because bone marrow transplant technique face with “harsh side effects that can last for years,” and even causes patients almost to die.

Researchers determined to develop transplant technique and procedure with less suffer side effects. Transplant included CCR5 protein which has been mutant in a donor. The mutated protein is crucial, because it could block HIV to enter and infect immune cells.

Bone marrow ultimately produces immune cells which able to resist HIV, and slowly replace infected or vulnerable cells. Then, HIV patients will be cured in certain periods.

Fairly interesting that there are plenty of donors, 22 thousands more have mutant CCR5 protein, and donors mainly from Northern Europe so far. Scientists could identified more donors from any part of the world if they wish in the near future.

This is the good news for all of us to combat AIDS epidemic!

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  1. They have been talking about this on TV here in Italy.

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      This is the good news for all of us to combat AIDS epidemic!

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  2. This is good news, hope it will be available and affordable to ordinary people.

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  4. Good news, hopefully it will expand to help thousands of more people who need it.

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      Surprisingly, the first patient has been cured first time in 2007 (12 years ago), but since then, no repeatations are success.

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      Researchers determined to develop transplant technique and procedure with less suffer side effects. Transplant included CCR5 protein which has been mutant in a donor. The mutated protein is crucial, because it could block HIV to enter and infect immune cells.

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      It is because bone marrow transplant technique face with “harsh side effects that can last for years,” and even causes patients almost to die.

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      Bone marrow ultimately produces immune cells which able to resist HIV, and slowly replace infected or vulnerable cells. Then, HIV patients will be cured in certain periods.

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      Researchers determined to develop transplant technique and procedure with less suffer side effects.

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    Then, HIV patients will be cured in certain periods.

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