Timothy Ray Brown, the first patient cured of H.I.V., has died of leukemia at 54. First known as the “Berlin Patient,” he remained free of the virus after an experimental stem cell transplant 13 years ago.
Timothy Ray Brown, first patient cured of H.I.V., dies at 54.  Originally known as the "Berlin Patient," he underwent a bone marrow transplant that rid his body of the virus. He died of unrelated leukemia.
Timothy Ray Brown, first patient cured of H.I.V., dies at 54.  Originally known as the "Berlin Patient," he underwent a bone marrow transplant that rid his body of the virus. He died of unrelated leukemia.
Timothy Ray Brown, first patient cured of H.I.V., dies at 54.  Originally known as the "Berlin Patient," he underwent a bone marrow transplant that rid his body of the virus. He died of unrelated leukemia.
Timothy Ray Brown, First Patient Cured of H.I.V., Dies at 54
Timothy Ray Brown, First Patient Cured of H.I.V., Dies at 54