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roy100:
This was news all over the world, not in the USA perhaps because the information comes from France:

http://www.pprune.org/jet-blast/506542-french-scientists-found-hiv-vaccine-final-check-humans.html

The information comes from other posts in the world ,because the information is not available in English yet. But it was available in Spanish and other languages all over the world. The above link is from this new article, and another published in Dec,2012.

Additional information can be found here perhaps its not related to the above topic:


http://www.londoncommunitynews.com/news-story/1489302-2012-newsmaker-made-in-london-hiv-vaccine-offers-hope-for-all-humanity/


wolfter:
Thanks for a link to a forum page that doesn't even discuss the research, other than people commenting.  I think it's unusual to simply post a link without a recapping the information.

Wolfie

roy100:
yes, you are right, but there is no more information in English yet.

Here is some older information regarding the topic, but not the news from yesterday:

http://www.euronews.com/2012/05/24/hiv-vaccine-on-trial/

wolfter:
So they are part of a multitude of groups working towards a vaccine?  That is newsworthy. 

Ann:
Roy, could you please check out this forum's Welcome Thread and read the posting guidelines set out there? Particularly this one...


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