Timothy Ray Brown, who is believed to be the first person to have ever been cured of HIV, had a message for the room of scientists, advocates and journalists who'd gathered to hear him speak at the International AIDS conference in Washington, D.C., Tuesday.
His message: He is still free of the virus that causes AIDS.
"Let me be clear. I am HIV-negative," Brown told a news conference.
Brown, famously known as "the Berlin Patient," responded directly to a controversy that arose recently when...Full Story