A second baby born with HIV now has no evidence of the virus in her system following an aggressive antiretroviral treatment regimen given shortly after birth. The New York Times,
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The “Mississippi Baby” — now a toddler — still has undetectable HIV viral load more than 40 months after interrupting the antiretroviral therapy started within hours after birth.
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HIV and Hepatitis, 5 March 2014