Marshall Glesby on treatment team that has potentially cured woman of HIV

Dr. Glesby is interviewed on MSNBC.From the Weill Cornell Newsroom: "A patient living with HIV who received a blood stem cell transplant for high-risk acute myeloid leukemia has been free of the virus for 14 months after stopping HIV antiretroviral drug treatment, suggesting a cure, according to the Weill Cornell Medicine physician-scientists who performed the transplant and managed her care."

Read the entire Weill Cornell News post here.

See Dr. Glesby's interview on MSNBC here.

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