Why and where an HIV cure is needed and how it might be achieved

  title={Why and where an HIV cure is needed and how it might be achieved},
  author={T. Ndung’u and J. McCune and S. Deeks},
  pages={397 - 405}
  • T. Ndung’u, J. McCune, S. Deeks
  • Published 2019
  • Medicine
  • Nature
  • Despite considerable global investment, only 60% of people who live with HIV currently receive antiretroviral therapy. The sustainability of current programmes remains unknown and key incidence rates are declining only modestly. Given the complexities and expenses associated with lifelong medication, developing an effective curative intervention is now a global priority. Here we review why and where a cure is needed, and how it might be achieved. We argue for expanding these efforts from… CONTINUE READING
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