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44-year-old British man could be first to receive HIV cure

A 44-year-old British man may be the first person to receive a cure for HIV through a therapy developed by researchers from five universities. Scientists from the University of Cambridge, the University of Oxford, King's College London, University College London, and Imperial College London designed the two-stage therapy. Now they say the virus can no longer be detected in the man's blood.
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