Success in London 12 years after similar treatment of Berlin patient hailed as key moment

A cure for Aids is a step closer, scientists believe, after a bone marrow transplant that has left a London patient HIV-free for 18 months.

The success in London, 12 years after Timothy Brown, the so-called Berlin patient, underwent a similar transplant, was hailed as a key moment in the long hunt for a cure.

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