A ‘USB Stick’ That Can Detect HIV Levels
The simple device developed at Imperial College London measures viral load in less than 30 minutes
HIV treatment plans have made incredible strides in recent years, making the infection more manageable than before. However, it is still a very serious illness that requires a great amount of monitoring. One recent development made by Imperial College London and DNA Electronics has the potential to assist the over 30 million infected by the lentivirus.
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