Scientists supported by the National Institutes of Health have achieved a significant step forward, eliciting broadly neutralizing antibodies (bNAbs) to HIV by immunizing calves. The findings offer insights for HIV vaccine design, and support further study of modified bovine antibodies as HIV...

Scientists supported by the National Institutes of Health have achieved a significant step forward, eliciting broadly neutralizing antibodies (bNAbs) to HIV by immunizing calves. The findings offer insights for HIV vaccine design, and support further study of modified bovine antibodies as HIV...

technewsshop.com An HIV Vaccine Inches Closer

technewsshop.com An HIV Vaccine Inches Closer

Another HIV vaccine efficacy trial will start this year - http://zimbabwe-consolidated-news.com/2017/07/26/another-hiv-vaccine-efficacy-trial-will-start-this-year/

Another HIV vaccine efficacy trial will start this year - http://zimbabwe-consolidated-news.com/2017/07/26/another-hiv-vaccine-efficacy-trial-will-start-this-year/

Various Immune Responses Must be Taken into Account in HIV Vaccine Research

Reanalysis of Old HIV Vaccine Trials Finds Researchers Did Not Recognize Potentially Protective Immune Response

Body’s Protection Against Autoimmune Disease May Shield HIV This finding could aid the HIV vaccine research field.

Body’s Protection Against Autoimmune Disease May Shield HIV This finding could aid the HIV vaccine research field.

A federal judge has sentenced scientist and vaccine researcher Dong-Pyou Han to more than four and half years in prison and ordered him to repay $7.2 million in grant funds his team received from the federal government to develop an HIV vaccine.  Last year, the Iowa State University HIV vaccine researcher confessed to fraudulently injecting samples of rabbit blood with human antibodies to make an experimental HIV vaccine appear to have great promise, and earn $19 million in grant money from…

US vaccine researcher sentenced to prison for fraud The case of Dong-Pyou Han illustrates the uneven nature of penalties for scientific misconduct.

Researcher who spiked rabbit blood to fake HIV vaccine results slapped with rare prison sentence - The Washington Post

Researcher who spiked rabbit blood to fake HIV vaccine results slapped with rare prison sentence

Washington Post: July 2015 - Researcher who spiked rabbit blood to fake HIV vaccine results slapped with rare prison sentence

Novel HIV vaccine regimen provides robust protection in non-human primates -- ScienceDaily

Novel HIV vaccine regimen provides robust protection in non-human primates

New test could predict arthritis drug failure in patients -- ScienceDaily

There's a promising new HIV vaccine candidate in the pipeline - Vox

There's a promising new HIV vaccine candidate in the pipeline - Vox

A new study in Lancet shows that HIV vaccines actually increased the risk of contracting the disease, revealing the intrinsic pitfalls of the vaccine-centric view of preventive health through synthetic immunomodulation.

Sayer Ji Activist Post A new study published in Lancet reveals that an experimental vaccine manufactured by Merck using a genetically modified adenovirus actually increased.

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