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Aids-HIV Could be cured in 4 years time says Noble Prize professor Luc Montagnier
Oct 16, 2008

WE COULD HAVE HIV-AIDS CURE IN 4 YEARS WITH PROBER FUNDING says the professor that found HIV Oct 13, 2008

Hi Guys, you are our shining light with the countless hours and time you put into helping people with hiv live a normal life... Noble prize winner prof Luc Montagnier has stated a cure for hiv can be on hand with in 4 years with proper govement funding, what do you know about this Guys ??? Has Prof Luc hit the jackbot ??? he is a genius and will make 40 million people so happy if this can happen.... Dr what do you know about this possible cure in 4 years time ???

'There could be an Aids vaccine in four years,' says Nobel Prize winner By Daily Mail Reporter Last updated at 9:54 PM on 06th October 2008

Comments (31) Add to My Stories Professor Luc Montagnier believes a 'therapeutic' cure is in sight A French scientist awarded the Nobel Prize for discovering the Aids virus has predicted there would be a 'therapeutic vaccine' for the disease within four years. Luc Montagnier and his team discovered HIV at the French Pasteur Institute in Paris 25 years ago, and have been awarded the prestigious prize along with other scientists who worked on discovering the root of the virus.

Montagnier, 76, said a treatment could be possible in the future with a 'therapeutic' rather than preventive vaccine for which results might be published in three or four years if financial backing is forthcoming. 'I think it will be possible with a therapeutic vaccine rather than preventative vaccinations. We would give it to people who are already infected. A therapeutic vaccine prevents disease from flourishing after it has taken hold. The Nobel Assembly of Sweden's Karolinska Institute praised their work, saying: 'The discovery was one prerequisite for the current understanding of the biology of the disease and its antiretroviral treatment.'

Response from Dr. Young

Thank you for your post.

I hope the eminent Dr. Montagnier is right, though I'm skeptical that such advances will happen in this short a period (sort of like presidential candidates saying that they will balance the federal budget).

Nevertheless, certainly with a global commitment to providing HIV research, prevention and treatment, many, indeed millions of lives can be bettered.

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