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Posted: 22 May 2012
 

In this week’s news: FDA hearings on two HIV issues, GeoVax trial begins enrollment, IBM partners with Thai Red Cross, public support of global health spending and latest developments in treatment. 


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Posted: 21 May 2012
 

“AIDS Vaccine Research Subcommittee”
5635 Fisers Lane, Rm 508
Rockville, MD
May 15-16, 2012

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Posted: 15 May 2012
 

In this week’s news: FDA panel recommends approving Truvada for PrEP, U.K. government strongly supports Open Access and enlists Wikipedia co-founder, a study on implementing flash-heating breast milk to avoid mother-to-child-transmission, discussion on over-the-counter HIV test, UNAIDS' "Believe it. Do it."...

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Posted: 11 May 2012
 

Latest research highlights: Cytoplasmic tail of gp41 has a complex role in determining Env conformation, repeated immunizations fail to elicit bNAbs (but many opportunities remain), adding GM-CSF to an SIV vaccine abolishes protection, T-cell mapping studies post RV144. Reviews: HIV latency, host restriction factors.

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Posted: 8 May 2012
 

In this week’s news: After 10 years gene therapy is still safe, the BBC covers HIV vaccines as one of burning questions in science, more on the HIV and poverty connection, tenofovir appears to be safe during pregnancy, and the FDA considers PrEP issues

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