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HIV Remission: Second man seems HIV-free after transplant

An HIV patient in the UK has become only the second adult in the world to recover from the viral infection - after he went into remission. The anonymous patient received a bone marow transplant 34 months ago, which appears to have virtually eliminated the virus that causes AIDS. As Philip Owira reports, while it may not be a cure, it is a monumental step forward. #Health #HIV #remission

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