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Scientists and doctors have been searching for decades for a cure for the human immunodeficiency virus -- HIV -- that causes the deadly disease AIDS. Since 1981,global health authorities estimate that AIDs has killed some 25 million people world-wide.There is still no cure for HIV or AIDs,only drugs that impede its progress and prolong the lives of those who have become infected. But now,researchers at the Max-Planck Institute for Cell Biology and Genetics in Dresden say the have healed an infected cell in the laboratory. Tomorrow Today goes to Dresden to find out how the new approach to attack HIV works and why it could contain the seeds of hope for curing HIV. Join us.