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No Proof of New HIV Cure, Despite Headlines -- Here's What We Know - TheBody.com

Whenever you see a newspaper headline about a cure for HIV, it's worth treating it with a pinch of salt. That's certainly the case with the latest story, first reported by The Sunday Times of London and repeated in media outlets around the world. Many ...and more »

HIV cure closer after trial clears virus in British man - Wired.co.uk

The first patient being treated in a new HIV study has shown "remarkable" results, with no sign of the virus after initial treatment. Immunologists at five of the UK's leading universities, along with the NHS, are combining antiretroviral drugs with a ...and more »

British scientists hopeful for HIV cure - The Times

A British man with HIV hopes to become the first in the world to be cured of the disease by using a pioneering new therapy designed to eradicate the virus. The 44-year-old is the first of 50 people to complete a trial of the ambitious treatment ...and more »

HIV Cure Close After Experimental Treatment Makes Virus 'Undetectable' In UK Patient - Huffington Post Canada

British scientists have reportedly removed the HIV infection from a 44-year-old man with a potentially groundbreaking new cure treatment. The Sunday Times reports "it is the first therapy created to track down and destroy HIV in every part of the body ...and more »

A New Treatment Appears to Have Erased HIV From a Patient's Blood - ScienceAlert

This could be a whole new way of fighting the disease. DAVID NIELD. 3 OCT 2016. The first of 50 patients to complete a trial for a new HIV treatment in the UK is showing no signs of the virus in his blood. The initial signs are very promising, but it's ...and more »

British man might be first in the world to be cured of HIV after 'breakthrough' treatment - The Independent

A 44-year-old British man may have become the first person in the world to be cured of HIV. Tests showed the virus had become undetectable in the blood of the previously HIV-positive man, after he was treated with a pioneering new therapy designed to ...and more »

British Man May Be the First Person Cured of HIV - Gizmodo

A 44-year-old man in England is possibly the first person in history to be cured of HIV. Scientists working on an experimental new therapy say that the virus is now completely undetectable in his blood. A team gathered from five UK universities is ...and more »

Media reports of a British HIV cure 'breakthrough' are premature - aidsmap

The Sunday Times yesterday reported that HIV had become undetectable in the blood of one man taking part in the RIVER study, a trial of an intensive treatment regimen designed to test whether it is possible to reduce levels of HIV-infected cells in the ...and more »

Scientists testing HIV cure report 'remarkable' progress after patient breakthrough - The Guardian

Early trials by UK universities give grounds for optimism after patient shows no sign of virus following treatment. Haroon Siddique. Sun 2 Oct 2016 04.29 EDT Last modified on Sun 2 Oct 2016 07.16 EDT. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via ...and more »

"Kick and kill" HIV cure showing promise - New Atlas

In 2014, a multi-university team of researchers in the UK undertook a search for the holy grail in HIV/AIDS treatment: a cure. At the time, they reported that the results from their "kick and kill" approach would be available in early 2017 but, as ...and more »