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Second example reported of a stem-cell transplant in the clinic leading to HIV remission
A person infected with HIV who was treated for blood cancer with a stem-cell transplant has gone into viral remission, with no trace of the virus in their blood. A similar outcome in 2009 hadn’t been replicated until now.