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Bee Venom: Potential Cure for AIDS?
A new study found that in lab tests, bee venom can kill HIV. Could this bring on the potential cure for AIDS? Perhaps, but don’t pop open the champagne just yet. Experts emphasize that more research needs to be done to truly understand if this could work in humans, reported the Washington Times.
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