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How Will We Finally Create a Successful Vaccine for HIV?

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Myron Cohen, Director, Infectious Diseases at UNC-Chapel Hill

Myron Cohen

Director, Infectious Diseases at UNC-Chapel Hill

I think the biggest challenge is scientific, unequivocally. The challenge is which road to pursue. Which of the things that are increasingly visible to us -- neutralizing antibodies and antibody-dependent cell-mediated cytotoxicity (ADCC) -- have a greater probability of being successful in preventing HIV with urgency?

The second issue is clinical trial design. You have to really think hard about the clinical trial design. If we make a vaccine designed to induce the response that we think is most likely to protect humans, how do we get the credible answer as fast as possible? And while we're doing that, we really need to understand surrogates of immunity. If you start injecting people with a vaccine, and you fail to see the surrogates of immunity on which it's based, you might want to have that as one of the considerations.





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Comment by: Samuel Margolies (USA) Wed., Nov. 14, 2012 at 11:58 pm EST
Ultimately HIV will be controlled and cured when the virus can be tricked. What this means rather than a direct attack is for the researchers to determine. When a cure is found, this insight will be found sound. Use it.
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Comment by: Kyle N. (Barrie, ON) Fri., Oct. 12, 2012 at 4:29 pm EDT
Thank you for this article. I personally found it very informing on the obstacles that people in this field have to face when developing an HIV vaccine, or any vaccine for that matter.
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