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Setting up of a GMP manufacturing facility is a major milestone for the company, said, Genetic Immunity CEO Julianna Lisziewicz.
Genetic Immunity is a clinical stage technology company engaging in the development of nano-medicine-based therapeutic vaccines against infectious diseases, cancer, allergy, AIDS, and other chronic conditions.
Another ray of hope comes from Scandinavia, where many Swedes have been found to have a genetic immunity to HIV.
Almost no African-Americans have the particular protective mutation investigated in the study, but scientists say that other forms of genetic immunity almost certainly exist in both African-Americans and whites.
If he lived 50 years longer and died at 110, HIV science would conclude only that the latency period is sometimes unusually long, or perhaps that Duesberg was one of the lucky folk with genetic immunity.
Global Market Direct's pharmaceuticals report, Genetic Immunity, LLC - Product Pipeline Review - H2 2011 provides data on the Genetic Immunity, LLC's research and development focus.
Lori will also discuss the development of DermaVir, a topically applied nanomedicine therapeutic HIV vaccine being developed by ViroStatics' sister company, Genetic Immunity.
Genetic Immunity, a US/Hungarian biopharmaceutical company developing nanomedicine vaccines, will present data at this week's HIV DART 2010 conference, "Frontiers in Drug Development for Antiretroviral Therapies," in Los Cabos, Mexico.
Genetic Immunity, a US/Hungarian biopharmaceutical company developing nanomedicine-based immunotherapies for HIV/AIDS and other chronic diseases, is releasing Phase II data on the Company's novel DermaVir therapeutic vaccine for HIV/AIDS during the XVIII International AIDS Conference this week in Vienna, Austria.
US/Italian ViroStatics and US/Hungarian Genetic Immunity, both spin-offs of the non-profit Research Institute for Human and Genetic Therapy (RIGHT), are developing novel treatments for HIV/AIDS and other chronic diseases.