HIV vaccine

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HIV vaccine

AIDS As of mid-2005, there is no viable anti-HIV vaccine. See AIDS.
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Context:IAVIs mission is to ensure the development of safe, effective, accessible, preventive AIDS vaccines for use throughout the world.
GeoVax's AIDS vaccines have moved forward in human clinical trials conducted by the HIV Vaccine Trials Network (HVTN) based in Seattle, Washington.
Thus, conventionally designed AIDS vaccines that have been clinically assessed to date have failed to protect vaccinated individuals from HIV transmission or disease progression.
GeoVax's AIDS vaccines have moved forward in human clinical trials conducted by the HIV Vaccine Trials Network (HVTN)(Seattle, WA) The HVTN, funded through a cooperative agreement with the National Institutes of Health (NIH), is the largest worldwide clinical trials program dedicated to the development and testing of AIDS vaccines.
Editor Kendow (no affiliations listed) has gathered this cutting-edge research on AIDS vaccines and HIV receptors from experts in the field.
At the State and local levels, IAVI held meetings with State and municipal elected representatives to sensitize them on key issues related to HIV/AIDS and preventive AIDS vaccines. These interactions helped identify local political leaders committed to supporting the programme.
In addition, GeoVax AIDS vaccines may be effective as therapeutics (treatment of people infected with AIDS virus).
Virus-like particle and DNA-based candidate AIDS vaccines. Vaccine.
"Something for AIDS vaccines doesn't get a lot of support or attention."
AIDS vaccines are not tested by vaccinating people and then exposing them to HIV.
Hopes for AIDS vaccines have been dashed in the past and the charity ActionAid, which welcomed the news, advised a cautionary approach.
It's also possible that AIDS vaccines used in conjunction with drugs will reduce the emergence of resistance.

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