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EAVI2020 continues the fight | World AIDS Day 2021

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For World AIDS Day 2021, the EAVI2020 clinicians and researchers are shedding a light on the EAVI2020 clinical trials that aim to help accelerate the search for an effective HIV vaccine. Every year on 1st December since 1988, World AIDS Day is an international day dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of the HIV virus. According to WHO, since the beginning of the pandemic, 36.3 million people have lost their lives and it was estimated that there were 37.7 million people living with HIV at the end of 2020, over two thirds of whom (25.4 million) are in the WHO African Region.

It is a day to remember those who have perished due to AIDS and that international research projects such as EAVI2020, are continuing the fight to find an effective vaccine for the HIV virus that has so far evaded eradication for the past 30+ years. Learn more about EAVI2020’s clinical trials and what the dedicated consortium of researchers and clinicians aim to achieve.

Click on each image to find out about EAVI2020’s clinical trials.

info card on clinical trial HIV-CORE 0051

HIV-CORE 0051

info card on clinical trial HIV-CORE 0052

HIV-CORE 0052

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EAVI2020-3SM

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EAVI2020-01

info card on clinical trial BCN03

BCN03

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To donate and show your support, go to the National AIDS Trust website

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