Cure isn’t a word normally used in the (A)____ of AIDS. For most of the 35 years since HIV, the virus responsible for the disease, was first identified, doctors (B)____ viewed the notion of a cure as more (C)____ than fact. That’s because HIV is a virus unlike any other. It disables the (D)____ immune cells that are supposed to destroy it
and also sequesters itself in the body’s cells, staging the ultimate deadly ambush whenever the immune defense’s guard comes down, months or sometimes even (E)____ later.
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