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July 10, 2009

HIV Ravages Antibody-Producing Cells Days After Infection

"Researchers may have figured out why the body is so slow in producing effective antibodies against HIV. According to study details published in the July 2009 online issue of PLoS Medicine, HIV cripples the production of antibody-producing B cells within just 17 days after infection."

Read more in POZ, July 9, 2009.