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Cold virus may have caused 2007 AIDS vaccine trial failure  -  ‎Nov 18, 2009‎
Los Angeles TimesOne of the biggest disappointments in AIDS research was the failure of Merck & Co.'s STEP trial of an experimental AIDS vaccine, which was terminated ...

Renewed Hope for an AIDS Vaccine  -  ‎Nov 16, 2009‎
Scientific AmericanSMALL VICTORIES: The massive Thai AIDS vaccine trial showed that a combination of two vaccines may work better than one, ...

Atlantis heads to space station  -  ‎Nov 16, 2009‎
Washington PostAssociated Press The failure of an experimental AIDS vaccine trial two years ago may have been caused by the common cold virus, researchers have concluded. ...

Viral Vector Fingered in Failed HIV Vaccine  -  ‎Nov 17, 2009‎
Visit BulgariaThe failure of an experimental AIDS vaccine trial two years ago may have been caused by the common cold virus. Researchers suggest the failure of an ...

WHO: AIDS leading cause of death, disease for women of child bearing age  -  ‎Nov 9, 2009‎
Gaea TimesJuly 20th, 2009 South Africa begins AIDS vaccine trial, cuts fundsCAPE TOWN, South Africa — South Africa launched a high-profile trial of an AIDS vaccine ...

Mission Improbable: A Concise and...  -  ‎Oct 30, 2009‎
Science Now...an esteemed colleague and prominent AIDS vaccine researcher spoke with him about the widely publicized results of the largest ever AIDS vaccine trial. ...

Criminalization of other conduct related to HIV/AIDS  -  ‎Nov 6, 2009‎
Human Rights Watch (press release)...to prosecute scientists reporting about the AIDS vaccine trial publicized in September 2009, whose results some scientists have subsequently disputed. ...

GeoVax Labs, Inc. Announces Third Quarter 2008 Financial Results ...  -  Nov 10, 2008
Earthtimes (press release),...*On October 15, 2008, GeoVax presented data on its Phase 1 AIDS vaccine trial (HVTN 065) at the AIDS Vaccine 2008 conference, in Cape Town, South Africa.

GeoVax readies mid-stage AIDS vaccine trial  -  Jul 10, 2008
FierceBioResearcher,By John Carroll Atlanta-based GeoVax Labs is planning to launch a mid-stage study of its AIDS vaccine this fall. The Emory University spin-off says that the

Results from vaccine trial 'promising'  -  May 14, 2008
Bangkok Post,RAYONG : The final phase of an Aids vaccine trial in Thailand which is due to be completed next year has showed promising results as the latest results

Critics fear worst for new SA HIV vaccine  -  Apr 12, 2008
The Times,An attempt to halt South Africa’s latest HIV/Aids vaccine trial has sparked a furious row among the country’s medical fraternity. The trial has been branded

Commitment To Conducting More Basic Research in Search for HIV ...  -  Apr 21, 2008
Kaiser network.org,The cancellation last fall of a Merck HIV/AIDS vaccine trial was "branded as a 'catastrophe' by one scientist and as setting the race for a cure 'back to

Full Text  -  Apr 3, 2008
Science Magazine (subscription)...story in which AIDS researcher Robert Gallo compared last year's failure of a major AIDS vaccine trial to the Challenger space shuttle disaster.

Putting Human Immunity in a Test Tube  -  Mar 28, 2008
TIMELast year's collapse of a late-stage AIDS vaccine trial involving thousands of volunteers is a case in point. The experimental vaccine used in the STEP

New HIV/AIDS vaccine trial  -  Apr 3, 2008
Scientist Live,A phase 1 clinical trial to test a novel HIV/AIDS vaccine has begun at Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH). This new vaccine aims to overcome the problem of

GeoVax Labs, Inc.'s Promising HIV/AIDS Vaccine Trial Data ...  -  Feb 7, 2008
CNNMoney.comATLANTA, Feb. 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Dr. Harriet Robinson, lead scientist and co-founder of GeoVax Labs, Inc., an Atlanta-based biotechnology company

AIDS conference ends with promising news  -  Feb 7, 2008
San Francisco Chronicle,...a meeting that has been dominated by discussions of setbacks, such as the failure of a major AIDS vaccine trial that was abruptly ended in September.

Drug doesn't cut HIV risk  -  Feb 5, 2008
Seattle Times,The bad news comes shortly after a major AIDS-vaccine trial, also led by Seattle scientists, was halted when data hinted that the experimental drug may have

ICMR asks national AIDS lab to explain questionable vaccine trial  -  25 Dec 2007
Indian Express,New Delhi, December 24: Two days after The Sunday Express reported how the country’s first-ever AIDS vaccine trial went for a full year although it was

Was the start of Phase II trials in Africa in 2005 justified?  -  Dec 19, 2007
Hindu,During the beginning of this year, many questions were raised on why the AIDS vaccine trial in Pune was started on February 7, 2005, two weeks before the

AIDS: AAV vaccine will not undergo further testing  -  Nov 28, 2007
Hindu,The Phase I of the country’s first AIDS vaccine trial conducted at the National AIDS Research Institute (NARI), Pune, has been completed successfully.

Swiss Firm To Start Anti- AIDS Vaccine Trial In 2008  -  Nov 30, 2007
MedIndia,Swiss firm Mymetics said on Wednesday it will start in 2008 Phase 1 trials of a possible anti-AIDS vaccine that seeks to produce mucosal antibodies that can

Immune efficiency  -  Dec 16, 2007
South China Morning Post (subscription),...come at a crucial time in the battle against the disease, after the surprise failure this year of Merck & Co's multinational Aids vaccine trial.

HIV/AIDS vaccine ready soon  -  Dec 1, 2007
Nigerian Tribune,Since 1999, when the first HIV/AIDS vaccine trial was conducted in Africa , there have been more than 12 trials in eight African countries and the financial

World AIDS Day: An uphill mission  -  Nov 30, 2007
Baltimore Examiner,Federal money pumped into the Merck AIDS vaccine trial went up in smoke in September when human testing failed catastrophically. Four of the 58 participants

Taiwanese student signs up for AIDS vaccine trial  -  Oct 10, 2007
Taipei Times,By Wang Chang-min A Taiwanese doctoral student in France has volunteered to participate in a trial of a possible AIDS vaccine called VAC-18, organized by

GeoVax Labs, Inc. Comments on Discontinuance of Merck's HIV ...  -  Sep 24, 2007
CNNMoney.comThese large trials will expand the safety and positive immune response data demonstrated in the five (5) prior GeoVax AIDS vaccine trial groups.

International AIDS vaccine trial shut down  -  Sep 24, 2007
PinkNews.co.uk,An experimental AIDS vaccine research trial has been terminated after recent findings that the drug has failed to prevent HIV infection in test subjects.

Merck halts AIDS vaccine trial  -  Sep 24, 2007
Healthcare Today,International pharmaceutical giant Merck & Co. has announced it will terminate trials of its AIDS vaccine, which it had been developing for a decade,

New AIDS Vaccine Fails, Drug Trial Stopped  -  Sep 23, 2007
Associated Content,By Patty Oh In a recent press release, the AIDS Vaccine Advocacy Coalition announced disappointing results for the latest AIDS vaccine trial.

AIDS Vaccine Trials Halted after Subjects Contract HIV  -  Sep 23, 2007
Blogger News NetworkAn AIDS vaccine trial has been stopped, because a number of participants actually became infected with HIV virus. American drug leader Merck & Co. stopped



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