VITSTL. I'm trying to find actual published articles in the literature. For obvious reasons, allogeneic bone marrow transplants have the potential to cure a lot of things - part of the reason why they are used over autologous transplants, but I hadn't heard of it curing HIV before. Of course, the issue is whether it is a one-off or not, and the fact that allogeneic transplants are extremely risky makes this an unlikely treatment for most. But still very interesting.
Can't wait until we have a Gattaca tbh.