Health Alert!: Rare Double Infection: Lupus Patient Makes Antibodies to Fight HIV

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Rare Double Infection: Lupus Patient Makes Antibodies to Fight HIV

By Bahar Gholipou: One woman's uncommon ability to fight her HIV infection may provide new insights for developing a vaccine that triggers a special immune response against the viral disease, researchers said. Scientists studied a 33-year old woman who had a rare combination of lupus, an autoimmune... Sign in to see full entry.

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