In honor of World AIDS Day on December 1, we take a look at UNC's trailblazing "kick and kill" method of attacking HIV to cure patients. Nancie Archin, PhD, assistant professor of medicine at the UNC School of Medicine talks about why latency makes the virus so hard to kill, and why she thinks that the "kick and kill" method has the potential to be a functional cure for HIV.
Monthly video series showing doctors in a different light than how their patients know them. Some are cancer specialists, some are lung doctors. Even more they are figure ice skaters, accomplished pianists and mega athletes.