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The search for an HIV vaccine was seen as the logical solution to the burgeoning epidemic soon after the discovery of HIV, but early enthusiasm became muted as the realities of the challenge became evident. Nevertheless, there are scientific reasons why there is hope that an HIV vaccine will ultimately be developed. Firstly, studies of non-human primates that were given candidate vaccines based on HIV or SIV (simian immunodeficiency virus) have shown either complete or partial protec- Malegapuru William Makgoba, Nandipha Solomon, and Timothy Johan Paul Tucker, “The Search for an HIV Vaccine,” British Medical Journal, vol.
Countries INT 34 5/9/03 1:19 PM Page 34 At Issue front of small huts while, inside, their wives perform sex acts on strangers for a few rupees. Kids play on the pavement amid pimps and johns who hunger to put them to work. The AIDS virus thrives in places like Kalighat, and Asia has many of them. That’s one reason the region is now in such peril. As the vanguard of what the CIA has dubbed the “next wave” of the global AIDS crisis, India and China could have 40 million HIV-positive people by the end of this decade—the same number the entire world has today.
S. Pharmaceutical Companies Have Helped Make AIDS Drugs Available in Developing Countries John Siegfried John Siegfried is a doctor who serves as a senior medical officer for the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA), a trade association representing the American research-based pharmaceutical industry. C. The United States pharmaceutical industry has led the way in producing anti-HIV/AIDS medicines to help those suffering with AIDS around the world. In only a decade and a half, the industry has developed fifty-four AIDS medicines and has plans to develop over one hundred more, including an HIV vaccine.