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Oxford University has launched a limited trial of the vaccine, which has been developed to target a "broad range" of HIV variants
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Rabbi Daniel Asor frequently peddles coronavirus conspiracy theories to his thousands of followers
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Fox News host uses worker's Twitter bio to suggest that CDC recommendations are being influenced by politics
The man is in long-term HIV remission after a new drug combination, but scientists urge caution over results
D.C.-based health organization is one of 55 sites taking part in a global research study
Three ongoing HIV vaccine trials offer reason to be hopeful, researchers say
Shafi aims to promote diversity and social justice as part of the organization's greater mission.
With 99% efficacy in monkeys, researchers will attempt human trials in 2018
Pioneering HIV researcher Robert Gallo brings his vaccine to human trials
“By the end of this decade I believe we will have reached a defining moment in the history of HIV vaccination research.” — Professor Jonathan...
As HIV-vaccine trial participants, we grow accustomed to the routine blood draws, interacting with study staff and taking our computer-assisted interviews that catalog our risks....