Scientists have just confirmed the discovery of an antibody that protects against 91% of HIV strains, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The antibody that kills 91% of HIV strains is just one of three scientists have discovered.
The carrier of the antibodies is a 60 year old African American man, according to the WSJ.com.
The potential of the vaccine that could be developed from these antibodies is higher than a vaccine tested in Thailand last year that was only effective, at best, in 30% of cases.
Development of a proper vaccine that could stimulate the development of these antibodies “will require work,” according to the project’s chief researcher.
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