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HIV CURE: London Patient Might Be The Second To Be Cured of HIV

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Timothy Ray Brown, the first person to be cured of H.I.V., almost died during the treatment.

This could become one of the greatest news of all time!

This new case report comes more than 10 years after the first case, known as the “Berlin patient” was treated with stem cell transplant from donors who carried a rare genetic mutation, known as CCR5-delta 32, that made the patient resistant to HIV.

Now the London patient who is the second person has experienced sustained remission from HIV-1 after been treated with the stem cell transplant, known as CCR5-delta 32.

“The hope is that this will eventually lead to a safe, cost-effective and easy strategy to achieve these results using gene technology or antibody techniques.” says Anton Pozniak, the president of the International Aids Society

Over 37 million people are living with HIV globally,  Almost 1 million people die annually from HIV-related causes. Treatment for HIV involves medications that suppress the virus, known as antiretroviral therapy, which people with HIV need to take for their entire lives.

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Donald Trump Has Been Impeached

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The House of Representatives has impeached President Donald Trump charging him with high crimes and misdemeanors.

The House voted 230-197  on Wednesday to charge Trump with abuse of power. The house also will immediately continue vote on the second article of impeachment, obstruction of Congress.

President Trump becomes the third US president in history to be impeached.

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Church Robbery: Police Demands Bribe Before Action Also Threatens Church

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A church in Ogba area of Lagos was allegedly robbed during a vigil service by three men. Two escaped while one was apprehended.

The robber was then taken to the police station but upon getting there, the police officers demanded down payment of N20,000 before the case could be attended to. The parishioner left refusing to pay the bribe to the police officers.  But the next day, three officers visited the church threatened to return the thief and even arrested the parishioner for not giving them the bribe of N20,000 demanded. (more…)

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Ex-Governor, Orji Uzor Kalu Sentenced To 12 Years Imprisonment

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Former Abia State governor, Orji Uzor Kalu has been sentenced to 12 years imprisonment by the  federal high court in Lagos after being found guilty on all 39-count charged against him.

Kalu, 59, was convicted of fraud of N7.65billion when he was governor of the state between 1999 and 2007.

Also, the court has ordered the forfeiture of all assets of his company, SLOK to the federal government.

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