The two men described here received donor cells, which were "fully susceptible" to HIV, Kuritzkes said. This raises the possibility that a cure may be possible even when the donor does not have this gene mutation, he said.
Because this research has not been peer-reviewed and published in a medical journal, the data and conclusions should be considered preliminary.
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