Early HIV drugs 'functionally cure about one in 10'

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Rapid treatment after HIV infection may be enough to "functionally cure" about a 10th of those diagnosed early, researchers in France have said.

They have been analysing 14 people who stopped therapy, but have since shown no signs of the virus resurging.

Rebecca Morelle reports.

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