Animal Research Minute – Could an AIDS vaccine be on the horizon?

Well, AFP reports biotech teams in Cuba have developed a new AIDS vaccine that was successfully tested with mice and is ready to be tested in people. This new vaccine was made from modified proteins that work by causing a cellular response against the HIV virus. While there is currently no successfully AIDS vaccine, scientists are hopeful research with laboratory animals and people will help them find a viable vaccine for AIDS, which affects nearly 34 million people worldwide.
 

Read more:http:// http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5hl8DZaisjLQ4brQ4xmHHqgBoOc0w?docId=CNG.7ce214ed2bf910d9d222c782a5fc5c3e.c91

http://aids.gov/hiv-aids-basics/hiv-aids-101/overview/global-statistics/


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