Why can't the immune system in our body destroy HIV virus?
Normally, when an antigen enters our body, several cells in our immune system recognizes it and the T-cell destroys it. But then, why can't our immune system detect and destroy the Human Immunodeficiency Virus when it enters our body? What is the reason? What prevents it from doing so? Thanks.
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