They are expecting results to show that finding a mass-distributable and affordable cure to HIV is possible . 15 patients are taking in the trials, funded with 2.1 million dollars from the Danish Research Council. If they are found to have successfully been cured of HIV, the new technique will be tested on a wider scale.
any cure would be affordable to any of the 33 million people worldwide afflicted by the virus. however, despite the trials Dr. Ole Sogaard, a senior researcher in the department of infectious disease warned that the efficacy in the human body remained unproven. He was quoted in the Medical Daily as saying that ' The challenge will be getting the patients; immune systems to recognize the virus and destroy it. This depends on the strength and sensitivity of individual immune systems'.