Holly Lebowitz Rossi
March 06, 2014

A baby girl born in Los Angeles with the HIV virus may soon become the second newborn to have the infection put into remission and, hopefully, cure with a new type of very early treatment.  Last year, it was reported that a 3-year-old Mississippi girl had remained in remission 18 months after going off her medication for HIV.  Though doctors are hesitant to use the word "cure," they called that a case of "clear remission."  More from the Detroit News on the Associated Press:

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