Psoriasis Linked to Protection from HIV-1


Many psoriasis patients have the same gene variants as people who are not significantly affected by an HIV-1 infection.

In this podcast, Charles Q. Choi discusses how some patients with psoriasis "are more likely to have gene variants that protect them against the effects of HIV-1."

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