It’s been 26 years since the first World AIDS Day was held in 1988—and the progress that the international scientific community has made towards eradicating the disease has been unparalleled. But there is much more work to be done.
One of the most promising areas of HIV/AIDS research has been in the field of regenerative medicine. As you observe World AIDS Day today, we invite you to take a look at some recent advances from CIRM-funded scientists and programs that are well on their way to finding ways to slow, halt and prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS:
Calimmune’s stem cell gene modification study continues to enroll patients, show promise:
Calimmune Approved to Treat Second Group in HIV Stem Cell Gene Modification Study
Is a cure for HIV/AIDS possible? Last year’s public forum discusses the latest on HIV cure research:
Town Hall: HIV Cure Research
The Stem Cell Agency’s HIV/AIDS Fact Sheet summarizes the latest advances in regenerative medicine to slow the spread of the disease.