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(KSL News) Researchers at the University of Utah are making progress in the fight against AIDS.
They've discovered a new inhibitor thousands of times more potent than other inhibitors at blocking HIV from entering human cells.
They say this offers hope toward developing new drugs to prevent and treat AIDS.
The study is published in this week's Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.