First AIDS ‘cure’ in history

A bone marrow harvest.

“Timothy Ray Brown, a 45-year-old San Francisco man previously known to the medical community as “the Berlin patient,” has become the first person to ever be cured of AIDS.

After a stem cell bone marrow transplant, doctors say his HIV, the infection which causes AIDS, was eradicated.

His bone marrow donor was one of a very small percentage of people who are immune to HIV.” (via Raw Replay).

One thought on “First AIDS ‘cure’ in history

  1. What a great achievement attained by the medical sceince. But dont take a risk stating that AIDS is no longer danger to human being as it can cure. Keep yourself away from AIDS


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