Can Pills Help To Prevent HIV Virus?

November 28, 2008

(ChattahBox) — The notoriously tricky and deceptive, HIV virus has left scientists frustrated for nearly two decades. The virus has eluded all efforts made by the scientists to find a vaccine. It has killed nearly 22 million people and has left another 32 million infected dreading them to fight against their death every day. Scientists have undertaken clinical trials to see if a new pill could preventatively block the virus and protect those who are not infected with it.

The prominent US warrior against AIDS, Anthony S Fauci, commented that he is ‘extremely cautious’ and ‘somewhat enthusiastic’ about the new approach. The pills are available since the middle of 1990s that slow down the progress of HIV virus in the body that leads to AIDS. If the results of the new research are positive, it would another weapon for those fighting against the deadly disease that has spread its claws across the globe.

The World Aids Day approached on December 01. Researchers are looking at two theories of fighting the deadly disease. One aims at eliminating the disease from the root by developing vaccines. This would prevent passing the disease to future generations as well. Another offers a glimpse at eradicating the disease from the planet with the help of drugs in the form of pills, etc.


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