Yvonne Bryson

Mattel Children's Hospital

Guest

Chief of pediatric infectious diseases at UCLA's Mattel Children's Hospital; she consulted on a case that reportedly cleared HIV in a second baby with doctors in Long Beach

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A baby born with HIV in Long Beach no longer has any trace of the disease after starting a rigorous treatment when she was only four hours old.

Baby Free of HIV After Treatment

A baby born with HIV in Long Beach no longer has any trace of the disease after starting a rigorous treatment when she was only four hours old.

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