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New technology offers treatment for the HIV virus through an injection. As part of the research, the researchers succeeded for the first time in the world in engineering type B white blood cells inside the patient's body, so that they secrete antibodies to AIDS. The research was conducted on model animals with great success. All the model animals that received the treatment responded to the injection and had high amounts of the AIDS neutralizing antibody in their blood
In a healthy person, these cells do not exist at all. In patients with malaria, AIDS and lupus, they make up 15%-25% of the B cells
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