Spanish Docs: Vaccine could reduce HIV to ‘minor infection’

Sounds encouraging.

via The Telegraph

Spanish researchers found that 22 of 24 healthy people (92 per cent) developed an immune response to HIV after being given their MVA-B vaccine.
Professor Mariano Esteban, head researcher on the project at the National Biotech Centre in Madrid, said of the jab: “It is like showing a picture of the HIV so that it is able to recognise it if it sees it again in the future.”

The injection contains four HIV genes which stimulate T and B lymphocytes, which are types of white blood cells.
Prof Esteban explained: “Our body is full of lymphocytes, each of them programmed to fight against a different pathogen.
“Training is needed when it involves a pathogen, like the HIV one, which cannot be naturally defeated”.


One thought on “Spanish Docs: Vaccine could reduce HIV to ‘minor infection’

  1. Nice artistic drawing to give fear like the devil gives fear. Devil is a liar too. When will humans learn that they are being lied to by strait faced liars that are finely dressed. They are like the impressive soft robed humans that wanted to kill Jesus. Humans are being killed by those shots right under your noses. The same thing is being done with Whooping cough. All now

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