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McMaster researchers discover a new way HIV infects women

Women are susceptible to HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, but scientists have been puzzled as to how it finds its way into the female reproductive tract.

One theory has been that trauma, such as a little tear during intercourse, causes HIV to cross epithelial cells – the protective barrier that keeps out infection. There is also the suggestion an unknown mechanism is at work.

For the first time, researchers at McMaster University have discovered the culprit could be HIV itself and what the virus does when it binds to epithelial cells. Read Full story>>

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