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HIV Vaccine

An HIV vaccine is imperative for an enduring end to the epidemic.

An effective preventive HIV vaccine would teach the body how to prevent HIV infection. Vaccines are the most powerful public health tool—and an HIV vaccine would play an essential role in ensuring the end to the AIDS epidemic.

While effective vaccines remain years away, there are more reasons for hope than ever before. HIV vaccine research is more productive than ever, with multiple large-scale vaccine trials underway and dozens of vaccine approaches in development.

Key Update

Today is HIV Vaccine Awareness Day (HVAD), and AVAC has a full line-up of resources, presentations, perspectives pieces, webinars and partners to feature. It’s time to come together, consolidate what we’ve learned and coordinate a strategy for HIV vaccine research into the future.

May 18, 2022
AVAC
What We're Reading

At a 2016 workshop in Chennai to understand people’s hope for a human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) vaccine, a participant said such a vaccine may make society more “morally corrupt”. He believed that a preventive vaccine may encourage more people to engage in unsafe sex with multiple partners. The respondent had HIV and had experienced stigma and discrimination.

May 16, 2022
Nature

A new clinical trial testing experimental HIV vaccines that use the same messenger RNA (mRNA) technology as highly effective COVID-19 vaccines is now underway. The three vaccine candidates deliver different versions of HIV spike proteins, which the virus uses to enter cells.

March 16, 2022
POZ
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