IMMUNITY PROJECT HIV VACCINE an actual possibility Please tweat,facebook etc etc

  • neill10

    Posts: 10

    Apr 17, 2014 5:44 AM GMT
    http://www.immunityproject.org/

    I just read about this project. Very exciting news. I really hope this takes off. They are actually trying to address HIV as opposed to the medical companies that just treat the symptoms.
    Please take a minute and read this. We need to support projects like this that can actually make a difference.

    I really hope this works out as it will make such a wonderful impact in people's lives. I am really worried for crazy conservatives to try and stop this or some greedy company to quash this.
  • neill10

    Posts: 10

    Apr 17, 2014 7:47 AM GMT
    Really? because they have been covered by a lot of reputable media channels and their test results are promising. I like the fact they are giving it away for free too.

    I know that the University of Western Ontario is also on a joint project with a company to develop a vaccine plus they are doing human trials now . (I beleive not sure) So if they have by now passed animal testing that's very promising.
  • neill10

    Posts: 10

    Apr 17, 2014 8:07 AM GMT

    We are not close to a vaccine. Sorry, but true.[/quote]

    Here is the information on the other vaccine being developed. It looks even more promising because they are further along in it's development stage and hopefully it will be available soon to the public. But its going to cost a lot $$$$

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SAV001
  • neill10

    Posts: 10

    Apr 17, 2014 8:17 AM GMT
    I hope not. I hope this works and I rather they have the adequate amount if funds to try and make this work.

    What do you think of the Sav001 vaccine?

    http://www.positivelite.com/component/zoo/item/sav001-the-end-of-hiv

    Results seem promising
  • helios01

    Posts: 349

    Apr 17, 2014 12:24 PM GMT
    Its hard to come up with vaccine due to the high chance of mutations in the HIV virus. That is why a cocktail is given to keep the chances of mutation low and slow the virus' reproduction in the host;s body.