NIAID director Anthony Fauci discusses AIDS vaccine
In an early-morning announcement today, researchers reported that an experimental HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) vaccine effectively reduced the number of people who contracted the virus by nearly a third.
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The infant was placed back on medication but the clinical trial to replicate virus suppression is still expected to proceed
The U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) this week canceled plans for a large clinical trial of an experimental vaccine to combat the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).
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The results are the first from a randomized, controlled trial of the treatment
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