Man Cured of AIDS: ‘I Feel Good’ - ABC News
Image credit: Cord Blood Symposium The fact that Timothy Brown is a reasonably healthy 46-year-old is no small thing. Only a few years ago, he had AIDS. “I feel good,” Brown told ABC News. “I haven’t had any major illnesses, just occasional colds like normal people.” Brown is the only person in the world to be cured of AIDS, the result of a transplant of blood stem cells he received to treat leukemia. “My case is the proof in concept that HIV can be cured,” he said. Brown got lucky. The blood stem cells he received came from a donor…
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