Every Tenth Baby Has an Innate Immunity to AIDS, – British Scientists
Researchers from the UK have made an incredible statement - every tenth child has a natural immunity against the plague of the century - AIDS. They came to this conclusion after a series of experiments conducted in South Africa.
These studies have been published in the scientific journals. The point of the research was to take a few blood samples from children in South Africa areas and study them under laboratory conditions. The experiment was attended by 170 HIV-positive residents. Age of children didn't have any specific meaning in the experiment. Analyses gave scientists the opportunity to establish that the children are not affected by AIDS. And this despite the fact that previously, none of them received specific treatment of the disease, and had not been vaccinated. In the bloodstream of children who have been directly involved in research, researchers identified quite a big number of antibodies that actively suppress the vital activity of a dangerous virus, thus protecting them from developing AIDS.
The scientist, who participated in the research, put forward the theory that babies don't have typical symptoms of AIDS for the reason that even though the body has HIV infection, but the immune system does not react to it (usually It is struggling with the pathogen). As a result, cells do not die in the human body, as it's usually observed. Because of this, the immune system of the individual is maintained normally and not destroyed. Scientists theorize that such specific protection has about 10% of children of different ages. But adults, unfortunately, do not have this ability.
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