Published in Vaccine Weekly, September 23rd, 1996
But they said it would be years before such a vaccine could be tested on humans.
Advances in genetics have helped researchers map out precise routes for attacking scourges like HIV, tuberculosis and hepatitis and open the door to real protection, a panel of scientists researching possible vaccines against HIV, tuberculosis and hepatitis said at a news conference.
"I think there has been a revolution in the past six months," said Thomas Lehner, an immunologist at Guy's Hospital in...
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