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WHAT IS AN AIDS VACCINE?

An AIDS vaccine is an experimental strategy that aims to teach the body's immune system how to fight HIV to reduce the risk of infection or to reduce viral load in those who get the vaccine and go on to become infected. There are no AIDS vaccines available today. None of the vaccines being tested can cause HIV.

WHAT'S NEW

HVAD 2013 Advocacy Toolkit: Turning complex science into clear messages
AVAC is pleased to share the following new resources for HVAD 2013


For a list of HVAD events going on around the world, visit here.


HVTN 505 Trial Stops Immunizations


Strategy

AVAC's Playbook sets out top strategic goals and priorities in HIV prevention for ourselves—and for the world. Here's what we have to say about AIDS vaccine research. For more, visit www.avac.org/playbook.

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