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'You Can't Stand by and Watch People Die': The Woman Developing an HIV Vaccine
Since witnessing the beginnings of the HIV/AIDS crisis as a doctor in South Africa in the 1990s, Dr. Glenda Gray has dedicated her life to finding a way to stop it.
Watch Our HBO Special Report on the Fight to Cure AIDS, 'Countdown to Zero'
In it, VICE co-founders Shane Smith and Suroosh Alvi talk to the patients, policymakers, activists, clinicians, and researchers leading the international charge for an AIDS-free world.
Robert Gallo's HIV Vaccine Has a Long Way to Go Before We Know If It Works
The man who discovered HIV says he's developed a vaccine. It's still years away, if it works at all.
A Person With Lupus Might Hold the Key to Developing An HIV Vaccine
The rare combination of autoimmune disorders has allowed her body to naturally fight HIV.
We Can (Kinda) Prevent Drug Users from Getting HIV
Researchers call it pre-exposure prophylaxis, and other than completely abstaning from shooting up it represents one of our best chances of fighting transmission of the disease.
A New Vaccine Is Stopping Monkey HIV in Its Tracks
If 2012 is to be _the_ year of AIDS victory, where the virus comes crumbling down at the hands of medicine and giant brains in lab coats, we're off to a fantastic start. A vaccine tested on monkeys has been found to be 80-percent effective in...