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Hiv Antibodies Found Could Lead To Vaccine

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Can certain Vaccines lead to a False Positive?

In 1989 I had Hep B and was treated. In 1994, I received a yellow fever shot and gamma globulin for military deployments in Central America. In 1995, I received HBV #1 vaccination. In October 19918 during an annual physical i tested positive. ...
Keith Henry, M.D.

Response from Keith Henry, M.D.

University of Minnesota, School of Medicine
...If your HIV antibody test is confirmed positive then you most likely are infected but if that test is negative then quite likely not infected. Recommend Read more »

New Vaccine?

Hello Dr. Bob-I have a question. Have you heard a recent news break on CNN about new HIV antibody... Read more »

Can we hope for a curative HIV vaccine? (VACCINE TRIALS, 2009)

Hi Dr. and thanks for your dedication & permanent support to all of us, you are wonderful.What is... Read more »
Articles
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Antibody Discovery Could Lead to HIV Vaccine: Study

...Researchers said they have figured out how a rare antibody sees past the disguises of HIV -- a finding that may lead to a vaccine. The antibody, taken from an unusual patient whose body can resist the virus, recognizes and attacks HIV, unlike... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

AIDS Vaccine Researcher Hopeful

... HIV is a "clever virus" that has managed to elude scientists' efforts to develop a vaccine against it, but recent advances have given researchers hope, according to Dr. Alan Bernstein, executive director of the Global Read more »
Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Discovery of Antibodies That Kill More Than 90% of HIV Viruses Gives New Hope for Vaccine

...infections and to the production of the first successful vaccine against the virus" (Maugh, 7/9). Wall Street Journal : "The HIV antibodies were discovered in the cells of a 60-year-old African-American gay man, known in the scientific... Read more »
AIDS Vaccine Advocacy Coalition

Nine Years and Counting: Will We Have an HIV Vaccine by 2007?

...vaccine concepts; increasing the annual number of vaccine concepts evaluated in primate models; increasing the annual number of vaccine products that should be evaluated in Phase I trials; increasing the number of industry partners involved in... Read more »
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MORE GOOD NEWS! Therapeutic Vaccine Is Working!

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
...the trial started," echoed Dr. Robert Schooley. "There's still a long way to go from here before we will be able to give the vaccine to the public, but at least we have a candidate that generates the right kind of immune response," Schooley... Read more »

searching for vaccine will it help people already?

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
...World MTV.com TV Radio SPECIAL PROJECTS MedillNewsDC Medill News The Munster (IN) Times Searching for an HIV vaccine You are not logged in. Login or Register posted July 31, 2006 02:16 PM ... Read more »

information

Posted by Anonymous, 1 Reply
...care provider usually can diagnose it by testing your blood for the presence of antibodies (disease-fighting proteins) to HIV. HIV antibodies generally do not reach noticeable levels in the blood for 1 to 3 months following infection. It may take... Read more »

Infectious or Intoxication Diseases?

Posted by Anonymous
...people who actually fall ill with the "new big plagues" is very low. In the case of AIDS there are about 2000 "new infections" (HIV antibody positive) every year, and 600 deaths [in Germany]. Hepatitis C hasnt led to a significant increase of... Read more »