Tag Archives: HIV cure

CROI 2019: The case of the London patient adds validation to one approach towards a cure

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SEATTLE – If you’re counting those in lasting remission from HIV, Dr. John Mellors of the University of Pittsburgh said here today, there’s been a doubling in their numbers. Now there are two. The dry tone of Mellor’s remarks, and the circumspect wording of Dr. Ravindra Gupta, the physician researcher of University College London, who he […]

Then there were two? Physician researcher presents the very different case of functionally cured toddler

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Science Speaks is in Atlanta, Georgia this week and will be live-blogging from the 20th CROI — Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections from Sunday to Wednesday, covering breaking developments from investigators on cure research, new antiretroviral agents, hepatitis, tuberculosis and treatment as prevention. ATLANTA, GA — To put this in perspective, about 70 million […]

Paths to a cure: Dr. Dan Kuritzkes discusses experiences of two patients

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When Dr. Dan Kuritzkes of Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital presented his team’s findings on two HIV-positive men who remained on antiretroviral therapy while undergoing stem cell transplants, and in whom the levels of HIV DNA had since dropped to undetectable levels, he was careful to emphasize that he was not claiming […]