Timothy Ray Brown, the world’s first man to make history after being infected with HIV, has died today at the age of 54. He died at his home in Palm Springs, California. The cause of her death was said to be the return of cancer. In 2007, Timothy had bone marrow and stem cell transplants. It was thought to have killed AIDS-spreading leukemia and HIV.
Timothy was a symbol of possibility
“Timothy was a symbol of possibility, it works in special circumstances to control HIV. This is something that many scientists have questioned whether this is possible. ‘Dr. Brown’s historic treatment and healing team leader, Dr. Gero Hutter of Berlin, said.
Surviving HIV leads to death from cancer
‘Sadly, Timothy got cancer again and died. It looked like he was HIV-free now, “said Heuter, who is currently the director of a stem cell company in Germany. Speaking at an AIDS conference after a successful treatment, the International AIDS Society, which helped Brown, issued a statement mourning his death, saying Brown and Heuter had set a record in AIDS treatment.