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Date:3/1/2010

who are not infected, whereas the second is a therapeutic, designed to help those already infected with HIV-1. Both of our vaccines are based on the same technology and both have demonstrated encouraging results in non-human primates," he continued.

Preventative Vaccine Trial – Phase 2a

The Company's preventative vaccine is in a Phase 2a trial, designated HVTN-205, that is being conducted by the HIV Vaccine Trials Network (HVTN). The HVTN, funded by the NIH, is the largest worldwide clinical trials network dedicated to the development and testing of HIV/AIDS vaccines. Enrollment for this trial began in February 2009.  The trial will include a total of 225 volunteers (150 vaccine recipients and 75 placebo recipients) and take place at 13 HVTN sites: 11 in North America and two in South America.

Dr. Harriet Robinson, chief scientific officer and developer of the vaccine, stated, "We are currently enrolling in the HVTN Peru sites, which took longer to get fully enrolled than the U.S. sites, due to the need for Peruvian review of the protocol. The trial is primarily a safety trial and appears to be performing as expected."


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