Remune

Active Ingredient(s): HIV Immunogen
Category: HIV / AIDS



Remune Overview

An HIV vaccine may have the purpose of protecting individuals who do not have HIV from being infected with the virus (a preventive vaccine), or treating an HIV-infected person (a therapeutic vaccine). There are two approaches to an HIV vaccine: an active vaccination approach in which a vaccine aims to induce an immune response against HIV; and a passive vaccination approach in which preformed antibodies against HIV are administered.[1] Currently, there is no licensed HIV vacci...

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REMUNE When Can I Get the Vaccine Shot?

When will Remune be available i need this vaccine desperately? Why has this not been approved yet i am sick from taking the drugs i vomit daily :( ## The developer is actually now working on a different medication that combines Remind with something else. It has not been presented yet, for FDA approval. And it is not a vaccine, nor a cure, if it does pass evaluations and get approved, it will only be another treatment therapy. I am sorry that the medications make you so ill. Do you take anything for the nausea? ## There is nothing worse than the miserable side-effects associated with toxic drugs. A therapeutic vaccine such as Remune would help dramatically. ## I just read about the Remune news finally being submitted for approval. How long does it take before the FDA will approve this v...

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