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AIDS vaccine protects monkeys from virus, study finds
Johnson & Johnson researchers may have just found a vaccine against AIDS. Working with the U.S. military, J&J injected this newly created vaccine into monkeys who had been infected with the animal form of AIDS.
Report shows man free of HIV after stem cell transplant
For two years, a 42-year-old man has tested HIV negative after a stem cell transplant carrying a gene mutation that confers natural resistance to the HIV virus.
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