Man ‘cured’ of HIV
By Guardian Exclusive
07 March 2019 | 8:26 am
An HIV-positive man has been ‘cleared’ of the AIDS virus in London. According to doctors, the unnamed person received a bone marrow transplant from an HIV resistant donor and antiretroviral drugs about 19 months ago.
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