A ‘USB Stick’ That Can Detect HIV Levels

A ‘USB Stick’ That Can Detect HIV Levels
Health

The simple device developed at Imperial College London measures viral load in less than 30 minutes

Jiwon Kim
  • 6 december 2016

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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