It is true. The body’s T-cell cannot attack the HIV virus since it cannot be distinguish as a foreign cell or foreign body. This is due to the reason that an HIV virus possesses a ribonucleic acid similar to the people’s genes. So instead of T-cell attacking the virus, the virus will then go to the T-cell and infect it, then duplicates another T-cell which are already infected with the virus.
One step of the HIV infection process is the T-cell is turned into a duplication mechanism that continues to make copies of the virus. True False