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Will the flu vaccine work for you? Answer may be in your genes

Set of 9 genes that predicts flu response in adults under 35 could be first step to personalized vaccine

Aug. 31, 2017 | By Rachel Tompa / Fred Hutch News Service

A newly uncovered set of genes that predicts whether the flu shot will work or not could be the first step toward a personalized flu vaccine.

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Community-building leads to record enrollment in HIV prevention study

Fighting the stigma of HIV among communities of color takes trust — and time

Aug. 4, 2017 | By Mary Engel / Fred Hutch News Service

Vic Sorrell knows that the secret behind a successful HIV prevention study is spending the time to establish relationships and earn trust. A pioneer in community engagement, Sorrell works for the Vanderbilt HIV Vaccine Program, a unit of the Fred Hutch-based HIV Vaccine Trials Network.

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Training tomorrow's HIV researchers

With no end yet to the pandemic, a program supports young South African physician-scientists

June 12, 2017 | By Mary Engel / Fred Hutch News Service

Dr. Nishila Moodley receives an award from her mentor, internationally acclaimed HIV researcher Dr. Glenda Gray, as the first graduate of the South African HVTN AIDS Vaccine Early Stage Investigator Programme.

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Empowering ‘millions of women’ against HIV

AMP study in sub-Saharan Africa tests an antibody infusion that could put protection in women’s hands

Oct. 21, 2016 | By Mary Engel / Fred Hutch News Service

The AMP study in sub-Saharan Africa will test whether an antibody infusion protects women against HIV. If it does, the finding will have particular significance for an epidemic that hits women on that continent especially hard and for which they have few prevention options.

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Gut microbiome may have interfered with experimental HIV vaccines

Inoculating infants instead of adults could bypass problem, researchers say

July 30, 2015 | By Dr. Rachel Tompa / Fred Hutch News Service

New findings suggest that the gut microbiome’s influence on the childhood immune system may be the reason a promising experimental HIV vaccine failed to protect people from infection with the virus in recent clinical trials.

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How babies may help researchers build a better HIV vaccine

Data from a study done 20 years ago on maternal-infant HIV transmission give clues that could lead to better HIV vaccine design

April 9, 2015 | By Dr. Sabrina Richards / Fred Hutch News Service

Data from a study done 20 years ago on maternal-infant HIV transmission give clues that could lead to better HIV vaccine design.

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