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Two Cancer Patients "Cured" Of AIDS After Bone Marrow Transplants, St. Vincent Hospital Study


7/21/2014 6:51:20 AM

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TWO Australians with HIV and cancer have been given bone transplants that cured their cancer and all but eradicated the AIDS virus from their bodies, researchers will report today. Ahead of the 20th International AIDS Conference in Melbourne, where attendees will mourn the loss of 108 delegates and family members in the Malaysia Airlines tragedy, the bone marrow breakthroughs give new hope of innovative HIV treatments.

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