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How to escape treatment

Even during effective treatment with antiretroviral drugs, low levels of HIV persist. In part, this could be due to cell-to-cell transfer of multiple virions and the drugs' inability to inhibit replication when virus levels are high. See Letter p.95

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Figure 1: HIV infection of target cells.

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