Singapore scientists discover key to potentially treating HIV with patient's own blood

Singapore scientists discover key to potentially treating HIV with patient's own blood
A scientist holds blood samples. An "artificial nose" capable of detecting the odor from germs that lead to blood poisoning could help save many lives and reduce medical costs.
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