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HIV Vaccines Studies

Immune based therapy, or treatment that works by helping the body's immune responses (the ability to fight infection), has been studied to see if it is promising as a treatment for HIV and if it is safe and well tolerated in people infected with HIV. Anti-HIV vaccines are being examined to see if they are safe in people infected with HIV. Additionally, studies are looking at whether or not the anti-HIV vaccines can improve the body's ability to fight infection.


The UCLA CARE Center has a study open that examines novel vaccine therapies for HIV:


For more information about the UCLA CARE Center's clinical trials and research studies, please contact:
Phone:  (310) 557-9062
Email:  CAREOutreach@mednet.ucla.edu