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VII International Conference on AIDS
Researchers at Harvard's Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in the United States announced new scientific advances in understanding HIV and in finding potential new ways to inhibit its ability to infect human cells, particularly with regard to sexual transmission of the virus. Led by Professor William A. Haseltine, Ph.D., chief of the institute's Division of Human Retrovirology, the results of their work were presented at the VII International Conference on AIDS.
Of particular importance is the finding that a rare type of white blood cell called the dendritic cell (Langerhans cell in its immature form) allows for direct …