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Chris Weston, Southern Illinois University

A great clinical trial would be to upregulate IL-21 in HIV patients while also using an HIV-Tat immunization. The clinical trials on HIV-Tat immunization were recently published (from Italy), and they showed significant increase in immune cells for up to two years, in comparison to a patient group only using HAART.

I think this is the next step in HIV therapy....perhaps a solution.

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