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HIV/AIDS Cure 2019: Genetic Therapy for HIV Infection on the horizon

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HIV/AIDS Cure 2019: Expectations may lead to disappointments

We have been hearing updates on the ongoing researches for the HIV/AIDS Cure. But, did you know, we have been close to getting this cure for decades. Yes, there is progress, what we aren’t aware of the progress on the practical aspect. If we surpassed the first few steps, the next trials can take decades as well.

Globally, about 40 million people are affected by the HIV virus and such reports have been giving false hopes to the diseased.

Isn’t this false hope if we do not know if there is a real cure at all?

The cure has no tangible existence

We cannot deny, there is a huge difference between, an actual cure and a successful trial. The actual cure will be a cure that has a a practical existence. Are these researched vaccines available to the patients who are dying in big numbers? NO!

We still have years of wait to do. The present researchers will be researched for a very long time. Even if the research is complete in the next few years. The new vaccines will be tested. The makers and sellers will make sure, they are effective and not fatal.

ART – A temporary cure

HIV/AIDS Cure 2019: Expectations may lead to disappointments

The experts suggest it works by reduction of HIV infected blood from the patients. This is a very short-term solution.

The very popular upcoming solution for HIV infected patients is anti-retroviral therapy also known as ART. Experts suggest it works by reduction of HIV infected blood from the patients. This is a very short-term solution.  Yes, it may extend the life but it won’t cure the disease.

The recent treatment researches are experiencing a major challenge in the practical application. None of the currently researched cures are available to the general public.

HIV/AIDS Cure- Non-affordable

HIV/AIDS Cure 2019: Expectations may lead to disappointments

These high-profile research treatments aren’t for everyone.

Moreover, even if we ignore all these factors. Who is to say the general public will be able to afford the newly developed AIDS treatment?

The high-profile research treatments aren’t for everyone. Moreover, yes the researchers are working very hard for the cure, but if we view the current scenario from a practical approach, the research is still not complete.

 

 

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