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Strides Made Towards Hepatitis C Preventative Vaccine

March 2, 2011

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By utilizing a cold virus molecule, Danish researchers may have found a way to inoculate people against Hepatitis C.

Researchers develop possible hepatitis C vaccine

2011-02-24

A new vaccine being developed by a team of researchers from the University of Copenhagen in Denmark may reduce the number of positive hepatitis C tests in the future. They are reporting one of the first successful trials in inoculating animals against the disease.

Scientists have been working for years to eradicate the disease by engineering a vaccine. However, the virus mutates rapidly, making it difficult to pin down. As soon as a vaccine can be developed, the microorganism has changed, making it immune to drugs.

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