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HIV Cure Breakthrough

A ground-breaking anti HIV vaccine has the ability to turn off and isolate the virus that leads to Aids, say medical researchers in Italy.

Human trials with the vaccine show it has not only halted progress of the infection, but kick-started human immune systems allowing them to begin to recover.

"We have seen the vaccine reach parts where drugs cannot go," said lead researcher Barabara Ensoli of the Higher Health Institute of the results, published in the Plos One medical journal.

The vaccine turns off cells infected by HIV making it impossible for them to reproduce and stopping the progress of the virus through the host's body.

Now researchers are calling for more funds to turn the experiments into a commercial treatment of the killer disease.

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  • Fred Mwesige wrote on 11. 05. 2011 from Kampala Uganda (E.A) about "HIV Cure Breakthrough..."

    That is Great news! Please help us more especially sub Sahara Africa where this deadly killer has claimed a lot of people and the so called super power has buried their heads into the Sand enough is enough stop commercialising the disease I know some pharmaceutical companies are getting profit and they donÂt want to hearer about thatÂ.. Please save the world, because we all human being and equal in the eyes of God

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    • TUMWESIGYE wrote on 29. 05. 2012 from SOUTH AFRICA about "HIV Cure Breakthrough..."

      Isupport you Ideology lets pleasurize UN so that the medicine can be directed to the market,uganda has lost prominent people,currently Iam a student at university of kwazulu natal,S.A.All in all let us engage other scientist,Iam also to play abig part,

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  • Noah O. wrote on 26. 09. 2011 from (West Africa) Nigeria about "HIV Cure Breakthrough..."

    That's a good news.Someone also got that some couple of years In Nigeria and I volunteered to herald his findings.Although,stigmatization is a big problem, The rich patronize him frequently and have never come back to arrest him as scam.I think he does it

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  • polo wrote on 29. 12. 2010 from italy about "HIV Cure Breakthrough..."

    this is a very big news from italy god will gud them and give them streight amen

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  • mpo wrote on 01. 12. 2010 from south africa about "HIV Cure Breakthrough..."

    please people have vanishide from these earth cause of these killer desease please make it available to thw world as soon as possible, we dont want to hear that goverment has stopped it or not funding it as its going to save the nation that goverment dont care about please all donor in these four cornes help is for our brother and sister who are dieing out ther and for the future of our children

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