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Want to help cure HIV? Join an HIV vaccine research study

Want to help cure HIV? Join an HIV vaccine research study

, by Emily Land

Vaccines are being investigated as a way to both prevent and cure HIV. Learn more about what’s being studied, and how you can participate in a clinical trial. Read More

Five Exciting HIV Prevention Studies We're Paying Attention To

Five Exciting HIV Prevention Studies We’re Paying Attention To

, by Emily Land

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 Land

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 Land

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