HIV Vaccines

Historically, immunizations have been the best way to protect people from infectious diseases. Although there are a variety of strategies available to prevent HIV infection, developing a safe and effective HIV vaccine remains the key to seeing a lasting end to the HIV epidemic. NIAID-backed scientists are working on a two-pronged approach to HIV vaccine: an artistic approach that quickly stimulates human immunodeficiency testing in humans, and a theoretical approach to vaccine-based vaccines based on an understanding of the body's response to HIV infection.

  • Immunosuppressive diseases
  • Flu Vaccines
  • Bacterial infections

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