Researchers find bee venom may help stop spread of HIV
(WTVR)– Researchers at Washington University have found that a toxin in bee venom can destroy the AIDS virus. The toxin kills the virus, but leaves the surrounding cells unharmed.
The Washington University researchers are hoping to develop a vaginal gel with the bee venom toxin, that could prevent the spread of HIV.
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