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Webinar: Update on HIV Vaccine Research

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AIDS Alliance is part of the National Institute of Health sponsored HIV Vaccine Research Education Initiative. This initiative was formed to create an environment in which HIV affected communities and individuals are more aware, educated, and supportive of HIV vaccine research and have more positive attitudes towards clinical trial participation. There is still a lot of misunderstanding about HIV vaccine research. The success of HIV vaccine studies depends on the understanding, trust, support, and participation of all communities. Finding a safe and effective vaccine to prevent the spread of HIV is our best hope for stopping the AIDS pandemic. With over 40 million people living with HIV worldwide, and over 20 million lives lost, the need for an HIV vaccine is more urgent than ever. To end AIDS, the world needs prevention, care, treatment, and a vaccine.





Katharine Kripke, PhD

HIV Vaccine Research

Assistant Director, Vaccine Research Program, Division of AIDS, NIAID, NIH, DHHS

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