Major Clinical Study on HIV Vaccine Begins in South Africa

In South Africa, seven million people (one in every five) live with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)—the virus that causes Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS). Research in that country is proceeding on the development of an HIV vaccine that some believe may provide relief for those suffering from this disease. Please follow and like us:

The Next Vaccine Frontier - HIV

It’s coming. The disease that is commonly referred in conjunction with AIDS, the horrifying disease that struck dead millions of men around the world that is now under control via medication, is now gearing up for the big payoff, a vaccine. While some figure this vaccine has nothing to do with them as they avoid […]
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New HIV Vaccine to be Trialled in South Africa 

A vaccine against HIV will be trialed in South Africa later this year after meeting the criteria needed to prove it could help fight the epidemic in Africa.In 2015, 2.1 million new infections were reported — two-thirds of which occurred in sub-Saharan Africa.A small trial, known as HVTN100, took place in South Africa in 2015
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Yet another “experimental” vaccine for HIV has proven to be even more dangerous than the virus itself. At least 40 men participating in a taxpayer-funded government study entitled “HVTN 505 clinical trial,” which began in 2009, were recently found to have contracted HIV from the vaccine itself, prompting an immediate end to the deadly trial.
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