Researchers report success in trials for HIV-like virus vaccine

09/12/2013 | BBC · Oregonian (Portland), The

A report published Wednesday in the journal Nature says that a team of researchers at Oregon Health and Science University has made significant progress toward a vaccine that removes a cousin of the HIV virus from infected monkeys. "This latest research suggests that certain immune responses elicited by a new vaccine may also have the ability to completely remove HIV from the body," professor Louis Picker said in a statement.

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