Mysterious Virus May Thwart HIV

HIV patients who are also infected by a second, mysterious virus are less likely to develop AIDS and die of the disease, suggests a new study. Up to six years after their initial HIV-infection, men whose blood contained the second virus — known simply as GB virus C (GBV-C) — were nearly three times less likely to die than HIV-positive men who did not have the secondary infection

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