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Five Exciting HIV Prevention Studies We're Paying Attention To

Five Exciting HIV Prevention Studies We’re Paying Attention To

, by Emily Newman

What will be the next HIV prevention product to hit the market? Get a glimpse into the future by reading about five promising products—now in various stages of testing. Read More

HIV vaccine news: Antibody injection delays HIV-like infection

HIV vaccine news: Antibody injection delays HIV-like infection

, by Emily Newman

One injection provided protection for more than three months in monkeys exposed to an HIV-like virus. Read More

HIV Vaccines to Prevent and Cure: A Conversation with Dr. Aliza Norwood

HIV Vaccines to Prevent and Cure: A Conversation with Dr. Aliza Norwood

, by Joanna Eveland, MD

An HIV vaccine researcher answers Dr. Eveland’s questions about the challenges and successes in developing a vaccine, participating in HIV vaccine research and hope for a therapeutic vaccine. Read More

Using Naturally-Occurring Antibodies to Treat HIV

Using Naturally-Occurring Antibodies to Treat HIV

, by Emily Newman

New research shows that infusions of broadly neutralizing antibodies can reduce HIV viral loads in human participants. Read More

Cautious Hope for an HIV Vaccine

Cautious Hope for an HIV Vaccine

, by Emily Newman

On National HIV Vaccine Awareness Day, learn why HIV vaccine development is so slow-going. Read More