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Posted: 7 May 2012
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April 30-May 1, 2012, Masur Auditorium, NIH

The Vaccine Research Program of the Division of AIDS of the National Institute of Health (DAIDS) co-sponsored a 1.5 day workshop entitled “Functional Glycomics in HIV Vaccine Design.”  The objective of the workshop was to bring together glycobiologists, virologists and...

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Posted: 1 May 2012
 

In this week’s news:  HIV is a poverty-related disease in the US, a new HIV entry inhibitor is found, breastfeeding and ART lowers infant mortality in Malawi, late breakers from the prevention conference in Vancouver, and a small cell phone device helps HIV diagnostics and puts new infections on the map

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Posted: 24 Apr 2012
 

In this week’s news: Still pondering Step trial results, MHRP begins a small prime-boost safety trial, increased HIV risk from hormonal contraceptives is uncertain, and two PrEP trials with Truvada are set to begin in California

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Posted: 17 Apr 2012
 

In this week’s news: Stem cells fight HIV in humanized mice, call to end ban on blood donations by homosexual men, follow-up trial to RV144 begins, clarifying the superinfection study result, and cost-effective use of PrEP


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Posted: 16 Apr 2012
 

Research America, an advocacy alliance working to make health research a higher U.S. national priority, together with local global health partners in New York, including AVAC, IAVI, the TB Alliance and others, hosted a panel discussion on global health research and development in New York....

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