Berlin meet Boston: 2 more men potentially HIV-free after bone marrow transplant
This article was originally published in Scrip
Two more men this week have been declared potentially HIV-free years after receiving bone marrow transplants – joining the so-called "Berlin Patient" in possibly beating the disease that has killed over 30 million people worldwide in the past three decades.
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