Bone marrow transplant may have cured AIDS

We've been reporting a fair amount of bad news about HIV/AIDS recently but now, at last, we have some good news--a man was apparently cured of AIDS by a transplant. The man, who also had leukemia, was given a bone marrow transplant two years ago from someone who was naturally immune to HIV. Since then, he has apparently been free of the virus for over 600 days with no medications. FierceBioResearcher

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