Though scientists believe that the new scientific Aids strategy will serve immensely better to cure HIV than the use of drugs, a Nobel prize-winning scientist has suggested the experts to not divert any of the funding away from the existing anti-Aids projects.
The recommendations are coming from Professor Françoise Barré-Sinoussi, who is also the Noble prize award winner for co-discovering the Aids virus.
In his suggestions, Prof Françoise said that certain evidences are showing that it is possible for AIDS patients to shrug off their infection without using any anti-retroviral drugs but he also preferred not to divert any funds from the existing anti-Aids projects to serve the purpose.
"The science has been telling us for some time that achieving a cure for HIV infection could be a realistic possibility”, Professor Barré-Sinoussi said while speaking last night at a conference in Washington about launching of the strategy document on "HIV cure research".
Her next sentence immediately warned experts to make sure that no funds or measures that are being taken presently to treat and prevent HIV infections are put at any risk.
She focused to prepare for the new strategy of cure without directing funds of other treatments, prevention measures and care programs.
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