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AIDS vaccine surprises scientists, proves partially successful

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.

September 24, 2009 — Katherine Harmon

NIH official nixes large HIV vaccine trial

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).

July 18, 2008 — Nikhil Swaminathan

HIV microbicides that might actually work

Until now, the news on HIV microbicides—gels, creams and foams applied to the vagina and rectum to prevent transmission of the disease—has been dismal.

February 10, 2009 — Coco Ballantyne

Vessels of Death or Life

Angiogenesis¿the formation of new blood vessels¿might one day be manipulated to treat disorders from cancer to heart disease. First-generation drugs are now in the final phase of human testing

December 1, 2001 — Rakesh K. Jain and Peter Carmeliet

Positive Response

Encouraging results in the search for an AIDS vaccine

August 1, 1991 — Tim Beardsley

Balanced Immunity

Would killing some T cells slow the progress of AIDS?

May 1, 1993 — John Rennie

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