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Author Topic: Oxford University HIV vaccine  (Read 4590 times)

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Offline daveR

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Oxford University HIV vaccine
« on: July 07, 2021, 01:26:05 am »
Oxford University have just started phase 1 trials of a novel HIV vaccine which will hopefully work across a broad spectrum of variants. Be a while yet before any news comes from it but hopefully they can have some success.



Offline nethan1621

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Re: Oxford University HIV vaccine
« Reply #1 on: July 18, 2021, 11:52:58 am »
If it goes to phase iii , thats the time i feel something exciting .. anyway as socio cultural aspects, its time to end of an era .. most of positive people  are passing now age 50 while massively reducing newly infections around the world. Most of ARVs which could  saved lives of those early victims, now goes Patent expired means Low cost drugs are reaching almost to everyone around the globe even most poorest countries can afford kind of best ARVs now ,  means prevention, management will be more effective and wide spread in the globe. Soo its the time for a cure market before its eradicated by other behavioral changes , prevention methods ( specially prep) , pep, etc .. this is the best time to cure sale or virus remission product sale before its too late  ;) :) :) ( this is an ideological point of view from a wise man - not me  ;D ;D ;D ) things are possible sooner or later… but not tomorrow or next year.
« Last Edit: July 18, 2021, 11:55:09 am by nethan1621 »


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