Timothy Brown: The Other Side of the Cure -- A Blog Entry by Nelson Vergel (July 15, 2011)
"['Berlin patient' Timothy Brown] is happy to have made medical history as the first living person cured from HIV, but he is now shocked about how complicated the U.S. benefits and health system's bureaucracy has been. He told me that it is amazing that a country which was not his motherland cured him; and now his home country cannot support his continuing struggle to strengthen his health."
HIV/AIDS News Digest: July 14, 2011 (July 14, 2011)
Summaries of HIV-related news from around the Web, including the impact of debt ceiling negotiations on HIV in the U.S., couple-based counseling as a way to reduce transmission risk among IV drug users, and survey results that show less than half of MSM around the world have access to HIV prevention and treatment.
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