A man entered long-term remission from HIV after a stem cell transplant, but unlike in previous, similar cases, the patient's transplant donor did not carry an HIV-resistant gene variant.
A review of data from thousands of people in 25 countries finds that people taking HIV medicine have "almost zero risk" of spreading the virus via sex once their levels are low.
A new program will distribute 1 million free at-home HIV tests to U.S. residents and is collaborating with the dating app Grindr to promote the service.
Only a few people have been cured of HIV, but scientists are working to develop cures that could be accessible to more of those infected.
A woman who received a stem cell transplant to treat her HIV is still virus-free more than five years after the procedure and 30 months after she stopped taking HIV medication.
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