A milliliter is a tiny amount of fluid, barely a drop. But in 1994, more than 650,000 AIDS viruses swarmed in every milliliter of Dawn Averitt's blood, seeking out and destroying her few surviving immune-system T cells. Desperate, she entered a clinical trial for a protease inhibitor. Within weeks doctors couldn't detect any virus in her blood, and her T cells... More >>>
By Rick Gerharter
''You can look at my data,'' says San Francisco researcher Steven Deeks, ''and see a justification for any theory.''