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Experiment in monkeys raises hopes of "functional cure" for HIV

CHICAGO (Reuters) - A new drug combination helped stave off a monkey version of HIV for nearly two years after stopping all treatments, raising hopes for a functional cure for HIV, U.S. researchers said on Thursday.
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