A nine-year-old girl who was diagnosed with HIV at one-month old and put on anti-retroviral treatment has shown signs of suppressing the virus. This is the first case for Africa and the third globally.
Child Born With HIV Goes Into Remission
Nation, 25 July 2017
A nine-year-old South African child born with HIV has been able to control the virus without drugs for 8.5 years, scientists have reported. Read more »
A South African girl has become only the third child to beat the AIDS virus into long-term remission after receiving a drug cocktail in her infancy. ... see more »
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