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Do you have hope for an HIV vaccine?

HIV Vaccine Awareness Day is on May 18. Moderna is currently working on clinical trials based on mRNA, which was used in COVID vaccines.

What do you think?

  1. Alafia (Peace) I think we have a chance at finding a vaccine. Khafre (H-I-V.net Team Member)

    1. I think a concerted global scientists forum can collaborate and test human beings

      1. Alafia (Peace) After reading the article by the Editorial Team I am much more hopeful. Khafre (H-I-V.net Team Member)

        1. For sake of everyone’s sanity, I will leave any conspiracy out. I do believe we will have a vaccine, and hopefully soon. I also read that HIV medication was used in treating some extreme COVID patients because of the anti-viral aspect. I think that with the approval of long-term medication, a possible vaccine will soon follow. I wonder, however, how that vaccine will work — as usually vaccines contain the actual virus, in order for antibodies to form against it. Anyone have any knowledge or articles? Thanks. I love these talks. -Ze (H-I-V.net Team Member)

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