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Quirks & Quarks
- April 26: Cured - How 2 Men (and their doctors) Defeated HIV Apr. 23, 2014 1:45 PM There are currently 34 million people world-wide infected with HIV. And although many are surviving, thanks to new drug regimens, a cure seems as elusive as ever. But, in fact, there have been a handful of people functionally cured of the virus.