Two US HIV-infected men who had bone marrow transplants have stopped anti-retroviral therapy and still show no sign of the virus, researchers from Harvard University announced at an international AIDS conference in Malaysia.

Despite patients have been off therapy for 15 and 8 weeks respectively, researchers highlighted that it's too soon to say they had been cured of HIV. However, they affirmed that the results represent a significant development in understanding the virus and means one more ...


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