AIDScience Perspective: Progress toward an AIDS vaccine: Prospects for protective immunity. Can any AIDS vaccine currently in development be expected to achieve what is being asked? How are we to decide which of the growing number of vaccine candidates should receive priority for evaluation in human trials? By Laurence Peiperl, UCSF and San Francisco Department of Public Health AIDS Vaccines Trials Unit.
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