Patient cures himself of HIV
By SUE DUNLEVY and agencies
November 14, 2005
A BRITISH man is believed to have become the first person in the world to beat HIV.
Andrew Stimpson, 25, was diagnosed as HIV positive in August, 2002. However, tests 14 months later showed the virus had completely gone from his body, despite taking no medication to combat it.
His doctors are adamant there were no mix-ups with his tests and the sandwich maker will now offer his body for medical research to help doctors in their quest to find a cure for HIV, which causes AIDS.
This will be great if they can find a cure from this.
Edited by yano, 14 November 2005 - 02:58 PM.