- Ebola In America: CDC Confirms First US CasePosted 52 mins ago
- The Head of the Secret Service in the Hot SeatPosted 10 hours ago
- AEHQ: ISIS Bleeds Into The Mid-Term ElectionsPosted 12 hours ago
- Housecall for Health: New Teen Birth Control RecommendationPosted 12 hours ago
- FOX in the Fast Lane: Kicking Off The ChasePosted 3 weeks ago
- Obamacare Data Discrepancies Could Jeopardize CoveragePosted 3 months ago
New AIDS Research Yields Promising Results
There may be a new way to control the AIDS virus.
FOX News Radio’s Lisa Brady reports:
Two new studies showing promising results in monkeys, injecting them with swarms of germ fighting antibodies. The technique sharply reducing the level of an HIV-cousin in the monkeys’ blood, which researchers say it could be revolutionary if it’s found to work in people. Humans infected with HIV produce anti-bodies naturally, but they generally don’t work. The monkeys were given potent and rare antibodies made in the lab, which appeared to help keep the virus in check, but didn’t cure them.
Lisa Brady, FOX News Radio.