Advances in stem cell treatment gives hope to millions with ‘incurable’ diseases

The announcement that a London man has become the second in the world to be “functionally cured” of HIV is a major advance in stem cell transplant therapy.

The man – who wishes to remain anonymous – was given stem cells from a donor with genetic resistance to the disease and he has now been in long term remission for 18 months without medication.

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