A study in the journal JAMA described how researchers are trying to create a treatment to potentially replace antiretroviral therapy. "Because we've been so successful [with ART], there is a substantial proportion of people who are doing well who feel they want to take it to the next step. They don't want to have to take an antiretroviral drug every day, for a number of reasons," said Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
NIH seeks to develop replacement HIV therapy for ART
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