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Gero Hütter

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First person cured of HIV dies from cancer

 

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TIMOTHY RAY BROWN IN HIS OWN WORDS

 

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CURED OF HIV - MADISON'S QUESTION - "HOW HAS YOUR LIFESTYLE CHANGED SINCE BECOMING HIV-FREE?"

 

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Timothy Brown Hopes His AIDS Triumph Will Lead to a Cure

 

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CURED OF HIV - SEBASTIAN'S QUESTION - WHAT WAS GOING THROUGH YOUR MINDS? (FINAL EDIT )

Gero Hütter is a German hematologist. Hütter and his medical team transplanted bone marrow deficient in a key HIV receptor to a leukemia patient, Timothy Ray Brown, who was also infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Subsequently, the patient's circulating HIV dropped to undetectable levels. The case was widely reported in the media, and Hütter was named one of the "Berliners of the year" for 2008 by the Berliner Morgenpost, a Berlin newspaper.
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