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New Aggressive Strain of HIV Found

Researchers from Sweden have found an aggressive strain of HIV that progresses to AIDS in five years, the quickest of all strains currently on the books, WedMD reported. The study cites that this strain is a combination of two other strains found in a small country in West Africa. 

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