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HIV/AIDS

09 July 2010

Aids vaccine breakthrough

Researchers have discovered antibodies that can protect against a wide range of Aids viruses.

Researchers have discovered antibodies that can protect against a wide range of Aids viruses and said they may be able to use them to design a vaccine against the fatal and incurable virus.

Two of the antibodies can attach to and neutralize 90 percent of the various mutations of the human immunodeficiency virus that causes Aids, Nabel said.

 

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