Asya Kazantseva said that there is only one person in the world who has completely recovered from AIDS, it so happened that he still had leukemia and he had to transplant bone marrow, and there are people in the world with mutations, so that they are immune to AIDS, and now the doctor found a donor with just such a mutation. Asya also said that now the average duration of HIV-infected (or AIDS patients, I don’t remember) is approaching that of the rest, due to the fact that they regularly visit medical facilities and detect any other diseases on time and, accordingly, receive timely therapy. They could also make vaccines, but the virus mutates too quickly and therefore it is unprofitable. There is also a difficult method of multi-stage vaccination, so far only animal tests are being carried out and this is all too complicated.
A breakthrough in therapy can, of course, happen - miracles do happen. But the fact is that the likelihood of such a miracle is very small. So for now, I'm afraid he won't be defeated. It is generally very difficult to fight viral infections. This is due to the structural features of the virus and, as a result, its high variability. For the same reason, we have not yet defeated even the flu virus.
So don't expect miracles, just don't forget about prevention. And don't be afraid to tell everyone about it with your partners.