Very interesting news on the development of a vaccine for HIV Aids.
CHICAGO (Reuters) – At an ill-fated press conference in 1984, boldly predicted an effective would be available within just two years.
A 2009 clinical trial in Thailand was the first to show it was possible to prevent in humans. Since then, discoveries have pointed to even more powerful vaccines using HIV-fighting antibodies. Now scientists believe a licensed vaccine is within reach.
“We know the face of the enemy,” said Dr. , of Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, and recent director of the Center for HIV AIDS Vaccine Immunology (CHAVI).
- Scientists see AIDS vaccine within reach (investmentwatchblog.com)
- AIDS vaccine: After decades of struggle, are we finally close to one? (shortformblog.com)
- Scientists see AIDS vaccine within reach after decades – Reuters (drugstoresource.wordpress.com)
- Scripps Research lands grant to develop AIDS vaccine (utsandiego.com)
- Duke lands big federal grant for HIV/AIDS research (newsobserver.com)