A London man has no remaining detectable HIV a year and a half after undergoing a bone marrow stem cell transplant to treat lymphoma, researchers are reporting this week at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI 2019) in Seattle.

Ravindra Gupta, now at the University of Cambridge, will present the case on Tuesday, but after a premature embargo break many media outlets reported the findings in advance, with some suggesting that the case represents a second HIV cure, similar to that of Timothy Ray Brown, known as the Berlin patient.  Read the entire article on AIDSMAP here