same man from other post i found on wikipedia:
Andrew Stimpson (born 1980 in Largs, Scotland) is a Scottish man who tested negative for HIV fourteen months after an initial test returned a positive result. While there have been anecdotal reports from Africa of people fighting off the virus, Stimpson's case was the first to have been medically tested.
After having contracted the disease from his HIV-positive boyfriend Juan Gomez (born 1961), Stimpson first stated that he felt "tired, weak and feverish" and had three blood test at the Victoria Clinic for Sexual Health in West London. In October 2003, Stimpson was offered another test, which came back negative. He claimed he was "baffled" and "convinced there must have been a mistake." He sued the hospital, but two later tests confirmed that both results were correct.
As Stimpson was in the early stages of HIV, he was not taking any medication for the disease, and was only prescribed daily supplement. Stimpson and Juan began having unprotected sex after the positive test result, assuming they had nothing to lose, which makes Stimpson's negative status especially surprising.
While the hospital couldn't confirm if Stimpson has actually been cured of the disease, Stimpson has been urged, and reportedly denying, the offer to perform further tests in hope of reproducing the result in others.