About the Game of T-cells
Inspired by the hit TV show Game of Thrones, our goal is to share research from labs across the world about topics within the HIV field that relate to the balance between different aspects of the immune system! By sharing ideas and current HIV topics all in one place, we hope to help sway the odds in the fight against HIV and empower those living with the virus. Finally, while doing so, we hope to build a community that promotes and embraces ideas to combat this disease while also providing some entertainment.
This website is meant to creatively encourage further learning and exploration of how the immune system handles stress and is NOT medical advice.
THE INFORMATION SHARED IN THIS WEBSITE AND ITS BLOG IS NOT INTENDED TO TREAT OR DIAGNOSIS ANY MEDICAL CONDITION AND SHOULD NOT IN ANY WAY SUBSTITUTE FOR THE EVALUATION OF A QUALIFIED PHYSICIAN.
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While we were inspired by the works of George R.R. Martin and HBO’s Game of Thrones, we claim no rights to any of their content. We are not affiliated with either GRR Martin or HBO in any way. Any use of their images on our website is purely satirical/educational and not commercial purposes.
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Welcome back sweet summer children. Anyone who follows Game of Thrones knows that any war or strategy is full of hope but also, missteps, and disappointments. All one can do is lick your wounds and …November 10, 2018
Welcome back dear readers! If you remember our last blog we highlighted recent evidence that there might be patterns to who has a “big” HIV reservoir and who has a “small” reservoir. Now we’ve known …September 22, 2018
Hello sweet summer children! Regular blog readers know better immune understanding leads to better battlefield decisions. Our goal here is to highlight new findings, point out intelligence gaps, and ultimately deploy therapies that restore healing …August 30, 2018
Warning sweet summer children this blog post is NOT for you. Typically, these blogs discuss clinically interesting medical conditions. Often these blogs contrast the current state of say HIV care, with the long winter decades …July 7, 2018
Hello GoTc blog readers! There is plenty of new papers and interesting angles on the CD4/CD8 ratio…but methinks I might be getting a little subtle and into the weeds so to speak. So, to be …May 28, 2018
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