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First trials of therapeutic vaccines against AIDS

First trials of therapeutic vaccines against AIDS

A therapeutic vaccine has been found for the AIDS virus. A vaccine that acts as a drug and whose initial trials are encouraging. Triple therapy has reduced mortality but its side effects are important. This requires patients to take breaks in their treatment, while stimulating their immune system. Professor Yves LEVY, from CHU Henri Mondor in Créteil, explains that in order for the immune system to be a good antiviral, he must learn to recognize the virus... Professor Levy’s team has developed two vaccines that stimulate the immune system of patients. These vaccines will never replace treatments but will prolong their effectiveness. Testimonies of two patients with covered faces. Images of a patient and infographics.









Publication date : 12 February 2003

Producteur: France 2   -   Journalist : Flaysakier, Jean Daniel  -  Photo Journalist : Conord, Bernard  -  Photo Journalist : Levasseur, Michel  -  Participant : Levy, Yves
20 Hours The Newspaper   -   Producteur: France 2


Credits:Journalist : Flaysakier, Jean Daniel-Photo Journalist : Conord, Bernard-Photo Journalist : Levasseur, Michel-Participant : Levy, Yves

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