Timothy Brown Hopes His AIDS Triumph Will Lead to a Cure Video
Feb. 11 (Bloomberg) -- Timothy Brown, the only person in the world believed to have been cured of AIDS, talks with Bloomberg's Rob Waters about the stem-cell transplant that helped him and how it may lead to new kinds of therapy to help other patients. Brown in 2007 received a stem-cell transplant that transferred genetic material to him from one of the 2 percent of people with a natural immunity to the disease. He has been off medication since then, and no traces of the AIDS virus have been found in his body, said his doctor, Gero Hutter, now with the German Red Cross in Manheim. (Source: Bloomberg)
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