AIDS Treatment : HIV will no longer be an incurable disease, this injection will cure the disease of death

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AIDS Treatment : HIV will no longer be an incurable disease, this injection will cure the disease of death
AIDS Treatment : HIV will no longer be an incurable disease, this injection will cure the disease of death

Last year, 1.3 million new HIV cases were found globally, which is much less than the 2 million cases in 2010. UNAIDS has set a target of reducing the number of AIDS cases worldwide to less than 5 million by 2025.

HIV Injection: AIDS will no longer be an incurable disease. Yes, a cure for HIV has been found. An injection has been discovered which, if administered twice a year, can provide 100% safety from this deadly disease. This has been claimed in a study conducted in South Africa and Uganda.

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The name of this injection is ‘Lencapavir’. After testing it on a large scale, it was found that this injection gives complete protection to girls from HIV. Let us know how big a discovery this is for the medical sector and when will it reach other places…

HIV injection trial:

This trial tried to find out whether getting ‘Lenacapavir’ injection every 6 months provides better protection from HIV infection than other medicines. Trials of Lenacapavir and two other medicines have been conducted on 5000 people in 3 places in Uganda and 25 places in South Africa. South African scientist Linda Gail Baker, who conducted the clinical trial, gave this information.

How effective is the HIV injection?

Lencapavir (Len LA) protects against this virus by entering the HIV capsid. The capsid is a protein shell that protects the genetic material of HIV and the enzymes necessary for replication. It is applied to the skin every 6 months. Let us tell you that HIV infection is highest among girls and women in East and Southern Africa.

The trial of this injection showed that 2,134 women who took it did not get HIV infection, which shows that lenacapavir injection is 100 percent effective.

How many HIV patients in the world?

Last year, 1.3 million new HIV infections were found at the global level, which is much less than the 2 million cases in 2010. UNAIDS has set a target of bringing down the number of AIDS cases worldwide to less than 5 lakh by 2025.

Let us tell you that along with HIV testing, condoms, testing and treatment for sexual infections, women of childbearing age should be given access to contraceptive drugs as well as pre-exposure prophylaxis – PEEP, but despite these measures, we have still not reached the stage where we can stop new cases of infection. Now scientists hope that with the arrival of this injection, the difficulties can be reduced to a great extent.

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