The second case in the history of “recovery” from HIV


07 march 2019

So far, the “London patient” hasn’t been officially named, who has become the second person who, according to scientists, has recovered from HIV through stem cell transplantation.
Now scientists are carefully describing this case as a long-term remission. In practice, it looks like this: the patient doesn’t extend antiviral therapy since September 2017, and tests of specialists haven’t yet found any traces of HIV infection in his body. However, it is too early to talk about full success.
The previous case of this kind was recorded in 2007, when the “Berlin patient” Timothy Brown was declared cured.

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