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pictured: HIV traveling through the bloodstream The groundbreaking study was conducted by researchers at the University of Alberta as a joint effort between the mathematical and statistical science and neurology departments.
They are developing a nasal spray that they hope will lead to a more effective treatment.Scientists are developing a nasal spray to combat HIV after discovering how the virus spreads through the brain.A team of Canadian researchers are working to create this new method of distributing antiretroviral therapy drugs so it can reach the brain faster. UNAIDS figures show that in the year 2007 the death toll was 2.1 million [Sharlip, 2008]. 60 million have been infected with HIV (13,000 each day, i.e., one every 7 seconds; 2.7 million in 2007).Half of all new infections are in people under 25 years of age. 33 million people (0.5% of the world population, or 1% of those aged 15-49) are currently living with HIV [ [Cohen, 2007b]. Over 15 million children have been orphaned [ [Pilcher, 2004; Ferrante et al., 2005].