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  • AIDS Vaccine

    Recent discoveries have given
    researchers new clues and new
    optimism in the quest for safe
    and effective AIDS vaccines.

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  • The Potential of
    an AIDS Vaccine

    As researchers make significant
    progress toward the development of
    an AIDS vaccine, new modeling data
    highlights its potentially striking impact.

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  • IAVI's Integrated
    Approach

    IAVI partners with more than
    50 academic, biotechnology,
    pharmaceutical and governmental
    institutions to develop AIDS
    vaccines, and to advocate for
    the HIV-prevention field.

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  • Antibody Discoveries
    Propel AIDS Vaccine
    Design Efforts

    Scientists working in global partnership have isolated
    more than 20 broadly neutralizing antibodies to HIV in recent
    years, providing new targets for vaccinologists.

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  • Working to Ensure
    Future Access

    IAVI is working with partners to
    ensure that once a preventive
    AIDS vaccine is developed,
    it will be available to those
    who need it most.

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Check out the cover of Science featuring a new vaccine design technique from a team led by Bill Schief of the IAVI NAC and TSRI. Click here to read more about this exciting science.

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The Journal of AIDS Vaccine Research

HIV's Persistence

Progress, inspiration, and hope: these three words aptly describe the latest issue of IAVI Report, which profiles six prominent women scientists and their dedication to working toward ending the AIDS pandemic. This issue also follows esteemed researcher Steve Deeks as he navigates the recently held Keystone Symposium. And a detailed report on a trio of research papers showcasing progress in developing and testing vaccine immunogens designed to induce bNAbs.

 

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