Community plays key role in testing a modified version of ‘Thai vaccine’ regimen
Feb. 18, 2015
| By Mary Engel / Fred Hutch News Service
As studies that could lead to the first licensed HIV vaccine get underway, a core partner in the effort is what is generally called “the community” – the thousands of volunteers who will take part in the trials and those who serve on volunteer community advisory boards.
‘Encouraging’ results lay groundwork for more trials in 2015
Oct. 28, 2014
| By Mary Engel
The first in a series of clinical trials designed to build on the promise of an HIV vaccine that showed modest protection when tested in Thailand has passed a key hurdle, according to a new study. It paves the way for larger HIV vaccine trials to move forward in South Africa.
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