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HIV Finally Has a Cure?? pls see this and explain?

A recent study in macaques has proven there may finally be a cure for HIV.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states they will present data from a similar study of macaque monkeys this week at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections in Boston, Massachusetts. Jonathan Mermin, director of the U.S. National Center for HIV/AIDS in Atlanta, Georgia, states the results point out that the shot is also effective in averting infections after exposure through the vagina.
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What does it have to do with HIV Prevention? Do you know how many times I've heard in the last 30 years "the cure/" It gets to be offensive and even more offensive coming from someone that doesn't know anything about HIV.
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I know I dont have any HIV expouser. Im not asking any questions. I am jus try to being updated.

I thought this link will be beneficial for forum ppls thats why i have posted it.

Is this true that HIV can be cured? or its just a rubbish?? check the link.
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