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Dr. Larry Corey speaks at an HIV Vaccine Trials Network conference in Cape Town, South Africa, in October 2013 Photo by Robert Hood / Fred Hutch News Service Click for high-res version

Dr. Larry Corey: 35 Years in the AIDS Trenches

Today the founder and leader of the world’s largest HIV vaccine network, Corey will deliver a plenary talk on the state of HIV vaccine development at next month’s AIDS 2016 conference, the biannual meeting of the International AIDS Society, in Durban, South Africa. In August, he will be the keynote speaker at the third Conference on Cell and Gene Therapy for HIV cure at Fred Hutch about an even more challenging goal: an HIV cure.... Read more.


(Top Left) Mr. Antelmo Haule scientist - Main laboratory. (Top Right) Community engagement activities in the community. (Bottom Left) NIMR-Mbeya Medical Research Center (the new CRS). (Bottom Right) CAB members at World AIDS day 2013. Click for high-res version


A Small HIV Intervention  Programme becomes a Government Clinical Trial Centre

The Mbeya region in Tanzania is a remote, rural area that encompasses two major highways and is adjacent to two international borders. In the late 1980s, the HIV epidemic rapidly expanded in the Mbeya region, fueled by these unique geographic features and exacerbated by a lack of trained health staff, shortage of medicine, and a poor healthcare infrastructure.  Read More.

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