Temple University must have been listening in. Rather than suppressing the virus, researchers there have been able to eliminate HIV from human cells.
If someone is listening in on me again...I'd like $5 trillion.
This is going to sound so flippant, but let's face it, a cure or vaccine just needs to be developed for HIV/AIDS.
I come to this conclusion every time a news story talks about a rise in infection rates. Today, Australia reported a 20-year high in HIV-rates. The leading cause of these high rates in Australia has been attributed to unprotected sex.
Again, saying a cure needs to be developed is probably the understatement of the century. And let me add another understatement, it's easier said than done, but it needs to be done. Why?
Basically, I come to this conclusion because people are 1) just plain stupid and/or 2) they act stupid (whether they think about it or not).
People are going to have unprotected sex. People are then not going to get tested. People are then going to inadvertently spread the virus.
Yes, this is a very simplified solution/explanation to a complex issue. I know. Some people may not get tested because what's the point of testing positive only to find out you have no way to afford the expensive drugs it costs to suppress(?), treat(?) the virus.
No matter what, to me, it all boils down to a simple solution: develop a cure.