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The HIV "Cure" in Germany: Behind the Hype

The HIV "Cure" in Germany: Behind the Hype

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Here's what we're checking out today:

HIV/AIDS: Discover Magazine's 80 Beats blog surrounding the announcement that a man in Germany has been "cured" of HIV infection.

Foodborne Illness: The CDC reports that 48 million people – that's one in 6 Americans – fall ill and 3,000 die each year . No in our sandwich today, but we're reading the Barfblog analysis of the new CDC data .

Rationing Care: Pulitzer Prize-winner Sheri Fink, reporting for Public Radio International, produces a heartbreaking . Good context for the economics and effectiveness of dialysis (at least in the United States): .

Dangling Docs: CardioBrief's Larry Husten wonders about the appropriateness of . He declines these "media opportunities." Should you, too?

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