HIV/AIDS has been a global epidemic for decades. The disease has killed a huge number of people over the years. We are in 2019 and still terrified of AIDS; because there’s no permanent cure.
But researchers have claimed by the end of 2019, AIDS will be curable.
After witnessing thirty years of brutal deaths by the disease, we are finally close to defeating it. The global figures suggest AIDS has killed millions of people. But now the medical realm has the power to kill HIV for good.
2019 has been the year of a handful of breakthroughs in this field. The medical professionals have given a major ray of hope to all the AIDS survivors. Reports suggest, with the end of 2019, we will be gifted with a permanent cure for HIV/AIDS.
Another HIV/AID survivor
HIV/AIDS diminution with the help of stem cell transplant has contributed to saving a life. This is the second time a patient has shown a remission. The patient was diagnosed in the year 2003. He was on antiretroviral medications.
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— HIV cure (@HIVcureAU) August 8, 2019
Soon, he was given a stem cell transplant with the help of a CCR5 Gene mutated donor. The results were quite similar to Timothy Brown.
Timothy was the very first person who was cured of HIV via a stem cell transplant.
HIV/AIDS Vaccines- Successful Human Trials
The HIV vaccine has successfully entered its human trial stage and the researchers reveal, they will soon give us a hundred percent effective, HIV vaccine.
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— defeatHIV (@defeatHIV) August 9, 2019
The Temple University in Philadelphia in Pennsylvania, as well as the University of Nebraska Medical Centre, have shared HIV has been killed in their trials with mice. Even the Chinese researchers have announced their progress on the HIV vaccine. They have entered the second phase of human testing within
Furthermore, Johnson & Johnson revealed that the HIV vaccine has entered human clinical trials It is predicted by the year 2023, the HIV cure will be accessible by people in millions.