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Three new drug trials related to HIV about to commence

Researchers at the San Francisco Department of Public Health are testing a new HIV vaccine and a new Herpes drug that may prevent HIV. Also studied, will be the effect of a common anti-HIV drug on HIV-negative men. The HIV vaccine trial is being sponsored by NIH and Merck. A HIV vaccine trial hasn't reached the efficacy trial phase for years so it is raising a lot of hope for the alleviation of the HIV epidemic.

Source: summary of medical news story as reported by KESQ News

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About: Three new drug trials related to HIV about to commence

Date: November 2004

Source: KESQ News

URL: http://www.kesq.com/Global/story.asp?S=2620429

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