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  1. Because reading a text and understanding its structure and relationships, as well as learning how to edit it correctly, are completely different things. Humanity has made a big step forward in this direction, and I am sure that it will achieve a lot in the near future (by the way, the technology of HIV treatment is already being developed in the United States and is being tested on mice).�

    I think it will go even faster if moralists and conservatives of all stripes, popularizing the fear of genetic engineering in any form, are slightly silenced.

  2. Hello!

    Many mechanisms of functioning of the body at the molecular level remain a mystery to modern science.

    Decoding the genome is just the first step to understanding it. Other processes in the form of the influence of a particular gene or their combined influence on various aspects of life remain a mystery.

    Cancer or malignant neoplasms are a group of different diseases that differ from each other not only in their localization, but also in the severity of the course of the disease and the response to treatment.

    Therefore, it is incorrect to say “cancer”, meaning all the conditions taken together.

    Regarding HIV infection, modern methods of treating the virus cannot rid the body of HIV due to the presence of reservoirs of the virus – these are places where the virus “hides”.

    The only hope for a cure for chronic lifelong infections is fundamentally new treatment methods that are currently being actively studied.

  3. Well, I read on one site that just recently they were able to cure HIV and soon research on this topic will begin, more detailed, and then it will be released:)�http://sobesednik.ru/zdorove/20160520-vich-v-zhivom-organizme-smogli-vylechit-uchenye-iz-ssha � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � � �Early-stage cancer can also be treated, so it's all a matter of time

  4. It can be assumed that success in the fight against other diseases will come when Homo sapiens decomposes DNA into 16-digit or other code. Mechanics have adjustable wrenches, and wrist watches can not be successfully repaired yet

  5. I think that, unfortunately, it is simply not profitable for the world to find cures for these ailments(after all, pharmaceutical companies flourish on such terrible diseases

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