LIMA, Peru — Fluffy, photogenic and super hardy at high altitude, llamas have it all. They're ideal for schlepping backpackers' luggage over the high Andes or as a picturesque companion for that once-in-a-lifetime Machu Picchu selfie. But now they may have an addition to their list of good qualities: Llamas appear to be immune to AIDS and HIV. The discovery, experts say, just might lead to a vaccine against the deadly virus or a treatment for those already infected. That's according to new research by a team of experts from around the world,…Read more …
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