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A potential breakthrough treatment makes a woman the third person to be cured of HIV. Dr. Richard D’Aquila, professor of infectious diseases and Associate Vice President of Research at Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, joined Chicago’s Afternoon News with Anna Davlantes. Dr. D’Aquila discusses the stem cell transplant treatment and what it means for other patients who have HIV.

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