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There has been a breakthrough in the fight against the Aids epidemic according to Livesteez:
Tennesse-based radio station, WGNS Talk Radio, is reporting that doctors in Berlin, Germany may have found a cure for AIDS.
In what could be the most significant breakthrough in the treatment of AIDS, doctors in Berlin, Germany said that they successfully cured a 42-year-old American man of the deadly disease with a targeted bone marrow transplant. According to Dr. Gero Huetter, this procedure is normally used to treat leukemia patients.
Huetter said the unidentified American had contracted AIDS over a decade ago and underwent a transplant of a genetically selected bone marrow, at a press conference yesterday, according to WGNSRadio.com.
Twenty months after the surgery, the virus appears to have left his body. There have been nothing but clean tests on his bone marrow, blood and organ tissues.
Whether this is an isolated incident or not, success, even if only marginal, sometimes is all the momentum needed to reach a final goal. Let’s pray that, at the very least, this is the catalyst to finally finding a cure.
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