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HIV helps save child cancer patient

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e u n O i a

Doctor used a disabled form of HIV to reprogram emma's immune system to attack her cancer.

This is incredible.

Because Emma was on her last leg and out of options the parents wanted to try this new thing in hopes that it would either work or give the doctors enough information to help save other people. Awesome.

Just last spring, six-year-old leukemia victim

Emma Whitehead was "near death," having gone through chemotherapy twice without success....

Whitehead almost died, but the treatment worked and now she's in remission — and doing cartwheels all over her house.

Read more:

http://www.businessi...2#ixzz2Er64JWMz

How do you post youtube here? [edit]oh neat... it posts itself.

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Gary Meadows

That is unbelievable! Go science go!

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glorybebe

Wow! That is amazing. Think about how that technology could be used to cure other diseases!

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Drayno

I was marveled when I read this..

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Render

Amazing!

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with bells on

truly amazing..

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