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Gates Foundation helps AIDS

26th July 2006

20072006_lab1.jpgThe Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation are to give $287m (£156m) funding injection to collaborators, including three British scientists, looking for an Aids vaccine.

This is the biggest ever grant given by the Foundation to HIV/Aids research, and will be shared among 16 research projects in 19 countries.

All the scientists have signed a collaboration agreement, openly sharing their data and results in the hope of getting the most promising vaccine into clinical trials in humans as quickly as possible.

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Article Information

Title: Gates Foundation helps AIDS
Author: Sue Knights
Article Id: 572
Date Added: 26th Jul 2006


The Guardian

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