AIDS Vaccine Protects People, Shocks Researchers
An experimental AIDS vaccine made from two failed products has protected people for the first time, reducing the rate of infection by about 30 percent, researchers said. Developers said they were now debating how to test the limited amounts of vaccine they have left to find out if there are ways to make it work better. Scientists said they were unsure how or why the vaccines worked when used together in the trial, which took place in Thailand, and will study the volunteers to find out.
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