I wrote in another article titled "Healing of AIDS" that there was a case of cure of AIDS in the world, where the researcher did a bone marrow transplant in a volunteer with AIDS where the bone marrow donor was immune to the virus. The receiver was cured of AIDS because the bone has received the recipient's blood to produce immune cells to HIV, as well as the donor.
He also said in that article that was not the ultimate cure for AIDS, because only 1% of the world's inhabitants are immune to HIV and that the bone marrow transplant is risky for the recipient and requires compatibility, which was to be 100 times easier be cured of leukemia than from AIDS.
Well, now there was an evolution in treatment. Based on this case and cure of HIV in order to solve the problem of compatibility of bone marrow from patients, scientists have developed a treatment Unidenses States it is removed a bit of blood from HIV positive and this blood is modified to become stem cell . By modifying the blood stem cell scientist and cell also genetically modified so that the only part of the genetic modification is the part that makes the cell immune to HIV so the risk of rejection is lower. What is the result? R: 100% of volunteers had total acceptance of the cells injected with the same multiplication and hence reducing the incidence of HIV in the body. I think this may be the ultimate cure for AIDS.
The only problem initially is that this is a new treatment and technology, that is, only exists in the United States for now. But something is "easy" to play once to know the technology, which means that any country that wants to invest in this research also has the cure in a few months. We can then expect a cure for AIDS available in a few months in China and in Brazil as the government does not invest in research, we might have a cure by here about 10 years ago, that is going to be like the cure of paraplegia secondary injury column, those who want to heal will have to spend about a hundred thousand dollars traveling to China for treatment.