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Research has changed AIDS from a fatal disease to a disease that can be managed.
Clinical research at the Children's Hospital AIDS Program (CHAP) at Boston Children's Hospital offers immense promise for improving the quality of life for children with HIV/AIDS. Our research efforts include:
Our international research focuses on preventing transmission, designing pediatric anti-viral treatments, vaccine testing and preventing tuberculosis in children with HIV. View the Division of Infectious Diseases research website
Daniel Kohane, MD, PhD, director of the Laboratory for Biomaterials and Drug Delivery at Children’s Hospital Boston reports research results suggesting liposomes, which are fat covered cells, that look like cell membranes, and may decoy HIV to attach to them, instead of other tissues in the body. Learn more about this exciting research in the Boston Children’s newsroom.
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