Melbourne: Australian researchers are claiming to have made a significant breakthrough which will help men with HIV to have children through artificial insemination, without infecting their partners and babies.Doctors of Royal Womens` Hospital in Victoria have developed a programme where men with HIV have the virus eliminated from sperm samples before insemination.According to ABC report, the researcher Michelle Giles said the programme is about helping couples get pregnant safely."Many of these couples want to be the biological parent of a child and have a family," she said adding, "So because of this we want to be able to offer them a treatmentthat is as safe as possible.
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