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Walter Reed Army Institute of Research
Researchers reported in the New England Journal of Medicine that levels of T cells have remained stable during more than two years of treatment in some of the 30 people receiving an experimental, genetically-engineered vaccine at Walter Reed Army Institute of Research in Rockville, Maryland.
Scientists familiar with the study say that it is much too early to know whether the type of response elicited by the Walter Reed group actually will help HIV -infected people in the long run to survive the ravages of the disease.
The health of those who developed the novel immune system response did not appear to deteriorate over the course of …