Scientists have mapped the body’s response to HIV.
And there’s a possible vaccine in the making. It’s an antibody that some people develop during the fight with HIV.
Most times, these antibodies are developed too late to save the patient — the virus has hidden in inaccessible places by that point.
But with more work, it may be possible for scientists to recreate this antibody and give it to patients early in their diagnoses.
Read more at BBC News, article by James Gallagher.