HIV-1 infected individuals are treated with lifelong antiretroviral drugs to control the infection. A means to strengthen the antiviral T cell response might allow them to control viral loads without antiretroviral drugs. The results support the development of this approach as a therapeutic vaccine that might allow HIV-1 infected individuals.
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