HIV helps put girl's leukemia in remission
An experimental treatment in which researchers reengineer a patient's own immune system to attack cancer cells seems to have worked in a 7-year old girl named Emma Whitehead.
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#1 Dec 12, 2012
This is an interesting kind of revelation, you would think that HIV is something that kills a person but in this article it actually saved the life of a little girl.
#2 Dec 12, 2012
The title is not correct, its an HIV treatment, not HIV thats helping. Too bad vaccines caused the leukemia in the first place, and some believe HIV was a stealth virus in polio vaccines or others.
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