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Seems defeatist to ignore viricidal compounds--especially when resistant strains are so readily identified.

Cynics might think this was drug company strategy not to want to kill geese that lay golden eggs.


Good point - why not inactivate the viruses? In their discussion, the authors said they were pursuing a line of research devoted solely to the promising viricidal compound, which may deserve its own publication in the near future.

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