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Web Date: July 21, 2006

A Boost For HIV Vaccine Research

Gates Foundation awards $287 million to global network of 165 researchers
Department: Science & Technology

HIV vaccine research just got a $287 million boost from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. A global network of 165 scientists from 19 countries will be given the money in the form of 16 grants over five years to develop new vaccine leads and improve upon existing candidates. It's the largest private investment in HIV vaccine research to date. In comparison, the National Institutes of Health has spent $3.9 billion in this . . .

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