Is the first anti-AIDS vaccine about to come out?
Some possible transmission causes are unprotected sex with an infected person, the common usage of some medical items such as syringe, manicure utensils, blood transfusions, the usage of unsterilized medical items, at birth time, whether the mother is HIV positive, it will be transmitted to the child.
Nowadays, scientists have discovered some antibodies that can protect against AIDS and they are rather optimistic about their usage to create a vaccine against this virus. The two antibodies are known as VRCO1 and VRCO2, and they have the capacity of neutralizing almost 90 percentages of the roots of the HIV virus. Experiments that have come to this result were conducted by the National Institute of Allergies and Infection Disease from the United States. The two antibodies were discovered in the organisms of two zero positive patients and in using them, one could neutralize the development of the HIV virus.
While living with AIDS affect over 33 million people all over the Globe, much of them do not even know about this fact. While there is no drug that will eliminate it for good, there are some medicines that promise to increase the life expectancy.
According to a study, daily over 7,000 people get infected with the HIV virus without them even noticing. Around 955 of these people come from poor regions and almost 1,100 are children aged less than 15 years old.11