Study finds HIV becoming 'watered down' over time

Study Finds HIV Becoming 'Watered Down' Over Time
A new study from the University of Oxford, shows that HIV could be evolving into a new, milder, and less dangerous form. The main findings was that stronger immune systems and retroactive drugs have forced the virus to weaken itself in order to survive in humans. The effect: the HIV virus is less able to duplicate.

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