Monday, November 28, 2011

Man, Free of HIV After Bone Marrow Transplants, Offers Hope of Cure for AIDS

The New York Times: New Hope of a Cure for H.I.V., by Andrew Pollack:

Medical researchers are again in pursuit of a goal they had all but abandoned: curing AIDS.

Until recently, the possibility seemed little more than wishful thinking. But the experiences of two patients now suggest to many scientists that it may be achievable.

One man, the so-called Berlin patient, apparently has cleared his H.I.V. infection, albeit by arduous bone marrow transplants. . . .

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