“We eagerly await the results of the phase 2b Imbokodo’, which will determine whether or not this vaccine will protect humans against acquiring HIV.”
“An HIV vaccine that has the potential to protect people around the world from the virus has shown promising results.”
“These results represent an important milestone,” said Dan Barouch, professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and lead author of the study.
“Although these data are promising, we need to remain cautious,” study leader Dan Barouch, a Harvard Medical School professor, told AFP. “This is only the fifth HIV vaccine concept that […]
“Dr. Dan Barouch, Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and author of the study, told Newsweek he is “cautiously optimistic” about the results, but stressed there are many obstacles […]
“I would say that we are pleased with these data so far, but we have to interpret the data cautiously,” said study co-author Dr. Dan H. Barouch, a principal investigator […]
But in the latest report presented this month at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections in Boston, researchers revealed the strongest evidence yet that these latent viruses can be […]
“This meeting started in 2015 and has achieved big success with more than 400 attendees including both basic researchers and clinicians specialized in HIV/AIDS. The purpose is to discuss the most relevant publications (basic science, clinical science and epidemiology/ public health) with one of the co-authors of the publications.”
“Barouch told MD Magazine the push for an HIV vaccine has been gaining momentum.
“We developed a consortium to advance this vaccine over the past several years,” he said. “We are very pleased that multiple funders, stakeholders, and collaborators have been very enthusiastic to work together to move this vaccine forward.”
At the one-year mark, the DNA vaccine was no longer effective, reports professor of medicine Dan Barouch, director of Harvard Medical School’s Center for Virology and Vaccine Research (CVVR) at […]
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