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Tests showed the baby's viral count steadily declined until it could not longer be detected 29 days after her birth.
Taken daily, the new drug is shown to cut a heterosexual person's chances of contracting AIDS by more than half.
While the numbers remain stable, a new report highlights the need to target certain groups more than others in the fight against infection.
A genetically modified form of the HIV virus is used to re-program cancer patients' immune systems.