AIDS is considered to be an incurable disease, at least so far we have not found a cure for AIDS, but that does not mean that AIDS can not be cured, currently there is only one person managed to escape the clutches of AIDS, this man called Timo Masire Brown.
According to foreign media reports, AIDS is considered to be an incurable disease, at least so far we have not found a cure for AIDS, but that does not mean that AIDS can not be cured, currently there is only one person managed to escape the clutches of AIDS, This person is called Timo Masire Brown.
No one knows exactly why he was able to overcome AIDS, scientists found that the latest experiments on monkeys, a rare genetic mutation may play a role in management and control of AIDS, and this evidence was confirmed in animal experiments, the researchers speculate Timo Masire Brown body appeared a rare genetic mutation, so he has the ability to fight HIV.
2007, Timo Xilei Brown was eliminated HIV in vivo, after he received the treatment of leukemia in Germany, doctors first by radiation to kill cancer cells and produce new blood cells in bone marrow transplant through new technology, this treatment process and is now similar to leukemia treatment, radiotherapy intervention makes Timo Masire Brown was killed cancer cells in vivo.
Doctors later found that he was also HIV levels in the body fall, until undetectable levels, it said 明蒂莫西雷 Brown not only alleviate the distress of leukemia, will be to solve the problem of AIDS.
Doctors specifically mentioned, Timo Xilei Brown has not been taking anti-retroviral drugs, the mechanism of this effect is to make HIV drugs remain on a low level.
Through the magic of Brown in vivo gene mutation study, researchers found that Brown’s bone marrow transplant may help him busy, because they have a rare mutation in the donor’s bone marrow, can make healthy human immune cells from HIV infection , that people have such genes can fight the AIDS virus. Immune cells such that the receptor gene mutation also changes, to prevent the virus into the cell.
But researchers have also proposed an alternative explanation that may be killed Brown radiation radiotherapy in vivo HIV, while the new immune cells will begin to attack the body’s cells Brown, this process may kill any body Brown HIV is hidden, because some of the AIDS virus may survive the radiation process.
Through the monkey experiments, the scientists found that the gene mutation may play an important role in the fight against the AIDS virus process, although radiotherapy can reduce the level of HIV, but the virus is still hidden in some cells.