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+ - HIV Put Into Submission->

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Anonymous Coward writes "Science Daily is reporting that "With the latest advances in treatment, doctors have discovered that they can successfully neutralise the HIV virus. The so-called 'combination therapy' prevents the HIV virus from mutating and spreading, allowing patients to rebuild their immune system to the same levels as the rest of the population. To date, it represents the most significant treatment for patients suffering from HIV. Professor Jens Lundgren from the University of Copenhagen, together with other members of the research group EuroSIDA, have conducted a study, which demonstrates that the immune system of all HIV-infected patients can be restored and normalised. The only stipulation is that patients begin and continue to follow their course of treatment.""
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+ - Sun Not Moving to GPL version 3

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darthcamaro (735685) writes "It doesn't look list Sun is going to automatically move to GPL version 3 for either Java or OpenSolaris.
"I've got no intention of removing CDDL from OpenSolaris as it has been an ideal license for OpenSolaris," Sun Microsystems' Chief Open Source Officer, Simon Phipps told internetnews.com. "The CDDL is doing a fine job with that community. The role of the license is to empower the innovator and the CDDL is demonstrably doing a good job of empowering OpenSolaris.""

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