Once again, if you follow the science involved, from the study of viruses to the start of the HIV virus to the years of work by doctors worldwide, built on the study of medicine by humanity - there is absolutely no god involved.
For atheists, it is obvious - but for the convoluted logic theists need, it involves maybe a God, Adam and Eve, evil, Satan, gays and lesbians, the religious needing to suffer, sin, punishment, etc. Islam says - "There is no disease that Allah has created, except that He also has created its treatment." Jerry Falwel said - "AIDS is not just God's punishment for homosexuals, it is God's punishment for the society that tolerates homosexuals." And then other religious crap - "The AIDS weapon program, for which the Jews already secretly have an antidote, which they refuse to give to the blacks and others they have poisoned, is tetrasilver tetroxide, US patent number 5676977, ‘METHOD OF CURING AIDS WITH TETRASILVER TETROXIDE MOLECULAR CRYSTAL DEVICES’, application number 658,955 filed May 31st., 1996, by Antelman Technologies, Israel."
Here's reality - the science involved:
The Mississippi case shows "there may be different cures for different populations of HIV-infected people," said Dr. Rowena Johnston of amFAR, the Foundation for AIDS Research. That group funded Persaud's team to explore possible cases of pediatric cures.http://xfinity.comcast.net/articles/news-general/20130303/US.MED.HIV.Baby.Cure_/
It also suggests that scientists should look back at other children who've been treated since shortly after birth, including some reports of possible cures in the late 1990s that were dismissed at the time, said Dr. Steven Deeks of the University of California, San Francisco, who also has seen the findings.
"This will likely inspire the field, make people more optimistic that this is possible," he said.
In the Mississippi case, the mother had had no prenatal care when she came to a rural emergency room in advanced labor. A rapid test detected HIV. In such cases, doctors typically give the newborn low-dose medication in hopes of preventing HIV from taking root. But the small hospital didn't have the proper liquid kind, and sent the infant to Gay's medical center. She gave the baby higher treatment-level doses.