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Duke University Medical Center, Durham
In a presentation to the VII International Conference on AIDS, Dani P. Bolognesi of Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina, discussed the development of an AIDS vaccine.
Fueled in large measure by the successful demonstrations in late 1989 and during 1990 that candidate vaccines can protect non human primates against infection with both simian (SIV) and human (HIV) immunodeficiency viruses, advances in the quest for an AIDS vaccine have rapidly mounted. Among these are the first examples of protections against challenges with diverse isolates as well as with infected cells.
An important …