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  • n. Plural form of nonprogressor.

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Examples

  • Scientists have long known that these lucky "long-term nonprogressors" secrete a protective substance from immune cells called CD8 T cells.

    A Possible Clue To Surviving Hiv

  • A small percentage of infected people—known as long-term nonprogressors—stay healthy for fifteen or more years, perhaps forever.

    No Place Left to Bury the Dead

  • These "long-term nonprogressors" or "elite controllers," estimated at as few as one in 500, have lived for decades with HIV, despite not being on antiretroviral therapy.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Researchers continue to study long-term nonprogressors for get insights on HIV resistance that could help the 33 million people battling the virus.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Scientists now estimate that perhaps 8% to 10% of those infected with HIV are what are called long-term nonprogressors -- people who have not suffered any apparent damage to their immune system in at least a decade.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • Scientists now estimate that perhaps 8% to 10% of those infected with HIV are what are called long-term nonprogressors - people who have not suffered any apparent damage to their immune system in at least a decade.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • They found that CD8 cells from nonprogressors manufactured one set of proteins that those of AIDS patients did not -- the alpha-defensins.

    A Possible Clue To Surviving Hiv

  • An exception to this scenario is represented by HIV-1 infected nonprogressors (NP) which maintain relatively high circulating

    BioMed Central - Latest articles

  • These fortunate few are called long-term nonprogressors.

    Health News from Medical News Today

  • Migueles SA, Sabbaghian MS, Shupert WL, Bettinotti MP, Marincola FM, et al. (2000) HLA B*5701 is highly associated with restriction of virus replication in a subgroup of HIV-infected long term nonprogressors.

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