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World news about “AIDS” published by euronews.

21/07 11:50 CET

HIV-AIDS: a cautious welcome to French case of “remission”

HIV-AIDS: a cautious welcome to French case of “remission”

There has been a cautious welcome to news from France about remission from HIV. A French teenager is still free from infection 12 years after she stopped treatment – the first case, it’s thought, of long-term remission in a child infected from birth. 1st case…