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HIV vaccine trial approved by FDA

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A vaccine that may prevent HIV has been given the green light by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to begin clinical trials in humans, according to Canadian researchers.

The announcement was made on the campus of the University of Western Ontario in London, Ont.

"We have gone through so many different challenges to come to this point," said Dr. Chil-Yong Kang, a researcher and professor at Western's Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry. "This is the first time that I feel very happy and comfortable to initiate this human clinical trial."

Scientists at the University of Western Ontario, financially backed by the pharmaceutical venture company Sumagen, developed the vaccine, which is based on a genetically modified killed whole virus. The vaccine stimulated a strong immune response in early testing and appears to have no adverse effects, according to the researchers.

 

 

 

"FDA approval for human clinical trials is an extremely significant milestone for our vaccine, which has the potential to save the lives of millions of people around the world by preventing HIV infection," said Kang.

He said there have been three clinical trials for an HIV vaccine in the past using live viruses. "None of the researchers in the past have used this approach," he says of his use of a killed virus.

The vaccine, SAV001, will now have to undergo three phases of human clinical trials;

- Phase 1. Beginning in January 2012, this phase will involve 30 HIV-positive people on whom safety will be retested.

- Phase 2. This phase will examine immune responses in humans and will involve 600 HIV-negative people who are at high risk of contracting the AIDS virus.

- Phase 3. This phase will determine the efficacy of the vaccine and will involve 6,000 HIV-negative volunteers at high risk of contracting the virus.

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Good news but probably 5 more years before it's available in the normal world .

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HIV vaccine trial approved by FDA

 

 

 

 

 

 

E220F164A69DF999F7778C1C6FB27F.jpg

A vaccine that may prevent HIV has been given the green light by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to begin clinical trials in humans, according to Canadian researchers.

The announcement was made on the campus of the University of Western Ontario in London, Ont.

"We have gone through so many different challenges to come to this point," said Dr. Chil-Yong Kang, a researcher and professor at Western's Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry. "This is the first time that I feel very happy and comfortable to initiate this human clinical trial."

Scientists at the University of Western Ontario, financially backed by the pharmaceutical venture company Sumagen, developed the vaccine, which is based on a genetically modified killed whole virus. The vaccine stimulated a strong immune response in early testing and appears to have no adverse effects, according to the researchers.

 

 

 

"FDA approval for human clinical trials is an extremely significant milestone for our vaccine, which has the potential to save the lives of millions of people around the world by preventing HIV infection," said Kang.

He said there have been three clinical trials for an HIV vaccine in the past using live viruses. "None of the researchers in the past have used this approach," he says of his use of a killed virus.

The vaccine, SAV001, will now have to undergo three phases of human clinical trials;

- Phase 1. Beginning in January 2012, this phase will involve 30 HIV-positive people on whom safety will be retested.

- Phase 2. This phase will examine immune responses in humans and will involve 600 HIV-negative people who are at high risk of contracting the AIDS virus.

- Phase 3. This phase will determine the efficacy of the vaccine and will involve 6,000 HIV-negative volunteers at high risk of contracting the virus.

 

so trial means they going to legally infect poor(third world) people ?

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Anakin, I think they're saying they're first going to administer the vaccine to people who are ALREADY at high risk of contracting the virus. Not that they have a high risk contracting the virus once they have the vaccine :)

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That is really great news.

Hope it works and can be given to the general public ASAP.

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Good news if it works but you still got to cover up as there is loads of stuff you can get from unprotected sex.

Always remember that when a Thai woman calls you darling she is speaking Thai not English!

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good news, but dosent mean that we call bareback anything that moves yet :GoldenSmile1:

I have a Problem..... I just can't decide if its a good problem or a bad problem...

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if they find the solution then it would be awesome because two std's are scarring hell

 

one hiv

 

and another one is genitial warts if they find solution for those then it would be great

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yes hiv and

if they find the solution then it would be awesome because two std's are scarring hell

 

one hiv

 

and another one is genitial warts if they find solution for those then it would be great

what about herpes that's a nasty as well....

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