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Argentinian woman reportedly cured of HIV by natural immunity

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The woman is known to reside in the city of Esperanza, in the central-eastern province of Santa Fe. Researchers have nicknamed her the " Hope " patient because of her place of origin and the significance of the scientific finding, researchers have nicknamed her the "Hope" patient.

The woman is a mother, 30 years old, and was first diagnosed with HIV in 2013. "I enjoy being healthy," Esperanza's patient, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the stigma associated with the virus, told NBC News in Spanish via email. "I have a healthy family. I . . .

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