There were a reported 2.1 million new HIV infections in 2015, and 36.7 million people are currently living with HIV/AIDS globally. Vaccines could be an incredibly powerful tool in the fight against HIV/AIDS, with the potential to dramatically reduce the number of new HIV infections around the world. In continuation of Fenway Health’s decades-long commitment to treating and preventing HIV/AIDS, The Fenway Institute is excited to serve as a study site for several HIV vaccine trials, including HVTN 108. HVTN 108 will examine both tolerability of a new HIV vaccine and the immune system’s response to it. It’s important toRead More
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