Genes found help HIV care.

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University scientists in Lausanne and North Carolina in the United States have pinpointed three genes that help some HIV-infected people rein in the virus and postpone the onset of AIDS.

They say the finding may help guide vaccine and drug development.

The genes apparently help the immune systems of some people control proliferation of the human immunodeficiency virus.

Researchers from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, and the University of Lausanne in Switzerland scanned the genomes of 486 HIV-infected people from Switzerland, Italy...

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