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|08-08-13 04:31 PM|
Originally Posted by High_Seraph View Post
Little ball of fur.
Happy Furby, Sleepy Furby,
AGH! NO! NOT AGAIN I'M STILL SORE.....!!!
|08-08-13 04:14 PM|
Originally Posted by Jezlad View Post
Alot can go wrong in two years folks. I'm all for the CURE but lets wait until it's proven in the track record. It would be good to know that our immunity systems may work well in the future though. Something to look forward too.
|08-07-13 05:16 PM|
|High_Seraph||Jeebus Jez! Is that all you think about?|
|08-07-13 04:57 AM|
Originally Posted by scscofield View Post
/Seriously good news though.
|08-07-13 04:38 AM|
|Jezlad||Barebacking rent boys is back on the menu!|
|08-07-13 12:15 AM|
Brazilian scientists moving ahead with AIDS vaccine testing
This could be extremely helpful to many.
Twenty years ago, the idea of an AIDS vaccine was closer to science fiction than reality. But now, researchers from the University of Sao Paulo plan on starting primate tests for their HIVBr18 vaccine later this year. Yeah, science! Though the scientists say the vaccine, at its current stage of development, won't eliminate the AIDS virus from an organism, it will maintain it at a viral load low enough that the infected person will neither develop an immunodeficiency nor transmit the virus. The Sao Paulo Research Foundation says monkey trials are expected to last two years, after which the first clinical trials in humans could begin. [Source]