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AIDS cured?

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Institut Pasteur said in a statement: "This work represents an important step toward the consideration of a possible remission through the elimination of reservoir cells." "This is an interesting first step but we are not at the stage where it can be applicable to humans in the near future," said Jean-Michel Molina, professor of infectious diseases at Saint-Louis hospital in Paris. "We need to continue research and this publication is an additional hope," he went on.

Institut Pasteur said in a statement: "This work represents an important step toward the consideration of a possible remission through the elimination of reservoir cells." "This is an interesting first step but we are not at the stage where it can be applicable to humans in the near future," said Jean-Michel Molina, professor of infectious diseases at Saint-Louis hospital in Paris. "We need to continue research and this publication is an additional hope," he went on.

This latest breakthrough comes a month after researchers found a new HIV drug eliminates up to 99% of the virus within four weeks of treatment. The groundbreaking Gammora drug kills HIV-infected cells in human subjects without harming healthy cells.

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