Doctors in Minn. to transplant HIV-resistant cord blood cells

04/22/2013 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

Clinicians at the University of Minnesota on Tuesday will begin treating a boy with HIV and leukemia using umbilical cord blood cells that have the genetic mutation that can resist HIV. Doctors hope to replicate the success of a 2007 bone marrow transplant in Germany.

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