University of Minnesota doctors try to cure boy of HIV, cancer in risky operation

  • Article by: Maura Lerner , Star Tribune
  • Updated: April 22, 2013 - 5:50 AM

U doctors try to cure boy of two illnesses in risky operation.

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supervanApr. 22, 13 5:25 AM

Is this sustainable?

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johnmcfaddenApr. 22, 13 8:02 AM

good luck to the young boy , hopefully we can make some headway with these diseases

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StarquestApr. 22, 1311:47 AM

How can cells be "resistant to AIDS?" AIDS is the advanced form of HIV infection. If anything, cells would be resistant to the virus itself, not the resulting syndrome.

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bobajoulApr. 22, 13 1:40 PM

Is it sustainable? Hard to say, what is a child's life worth- to you, the parents to society. Hard to say. John Wagner is an excellent doctor with very good skills and judgement, so at least the medical aspect is in good hands. LEt me ask the question in a different way- if it was your child or mother, what would be your answer? Since you hide behind a moniker, am guessing you are just being snarky. Not very dignified or human.

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discodaveApr. 22, 13 2:27 PM

The best part was the guy who is now immune to HIV/AIDS moved to Las Vegas. Living the dream!

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lemonbreadJun. 25, 13 4:22 PM

So how is the kid doing? I've been searching around but I can't find anything about how the procedure went.

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