Under certain conditions, the virus can become completely invulnerable to the action of drugs. So say researchers from the canadian and Japanese universities.
Now geneticists are actively exploring the influence of genetic therapy for viruses. A change in the genome, they believe, can create the conditions for the development of effective drug against HIV.
Meanwhile, the scientists can get and return the result. The virus is initially prone to constant mutations. Additional intervention in his genetic structure is able to generate new forms, with complete invulnerability to any further influences.
Experts in the field of genetics recommended a cautious approach to genetic treatment of HIV. Accidentally you can get an invincible strain of the virus.