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New leukemia treatment uses disabled HIV to save girl’s life

A new leukemia treatment, which showed success in adults during its debut, is now making the same headway in children, states a report from the CBS Evening News. The process uses disabled human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)–the virus that causes AIDS–to modify T-cells in a way which allows them to track and target leukemia cells.

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