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Alcoholism medication could be 'game changer' against HIV

from ZME Science

It's surprisingly common to find out that a drug with one purpose also works very well for another purpose — such is also the case with disulfam, a drug intended to prevent people from drinking. Disulfam was developed in the 1920s with the goal of fighting chronic alcoholism. But professor Sharon Lewin from the Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity found that disulfam may have another ace up its sleeve: It could help fight HIV. more


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