Health Rewind: Is an HIV Vaccine Really in Our Future?

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HIV Vaccine Successful in Clinical Trial

We may be one step closer to the first FDA-approved HIV vaccine. Researchers in Canada are claiming that their HIV vaccine “aced” a recent clinical trial. The vaccine, which was developed by Chil-Yong Kang, MD, patterns other successful vaccines such as polio, hepatitis A and influenza.The vaccine will advance to Phase II of its clinical trial in the near future. 

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