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On the 30th anniversary of HIV/AIDS, a look at potential stem cell therapies

The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine posted a nice entry on its blog today looking at two research teams it's funding that are working on engineering a person’s own bone marrow stem cells to make them resistant to HIV. This video, which accompanied the entry, tells the story of one of the research teams.

Previously: Some reflections on the 30th anniversary of AIDS

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