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Pret vakcnu izturas ar piesardzbu
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15.06.2019


n interneta lietotji nobijuies no jauns pret HIV vakcnas izptes.
nas socilajos tklos vtrainu apsprieanu izraisjusi publikcija nas Slimbu Profilakses un kontroles centra mjaslap. Tur ziots par slimncm, kas mekljuas 160 veselus brvprtgos, lai veiktu vakcnas klnisko ptjumu otro fzi. Vakcna DNA-rTV, ko izstrdja nieu zintnieki, pc ptjumu pirms fzes rezulttiem tika atzta par drou un spjgu paldzt izstrdt imunitti pret HIV. Par piedalanos ptjumos katram volontierim  pienkas atldzba 15 tkstou juau (1920 eiro). Tomr paziojums tiesaist izraisja lielku piesardzbu nek ieinterestbu. Daudzi apgalvoja, ka pc vakcnas volontieri vartu trk inficties ar vrusu. ao Imins, viens no vakcnas izstrdtjiem, pazioja, ka t satur maksimums divus HIV gnus, kas nevar radt aktvu vrusu un izraist slimbu. ao piebilda, ka vakcna klniskie ptjumi izturjui stingru prbaudi un vakcnu apstiprinjusi valsts farmaceitisk prvalde.
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Source: Volunteers wont be infected by HIV vaccine tests: expert | http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1154042.shtml |
Netizens expressed concerns over taking the China-developed HIV vaccine clinical tests despite up to 15,000 yuan ($2170) in subsidies. But a medical expert said that they will not be infected by the test.
<... The topic "Beijing and Hangzhou recruit volunteers for AIDS vaccine" sparked heated discussions online, with the topic being viewed more than 100 million times as of press time.
The discussions came after the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced on June 5 on its website that that Beijing YouAn Hospital, Capital Medical University and The First Affiliated Hospital, Zhejiang University plan to recruit 160 healthy volunteers for the phase II clinical test of the AIDS vaccine.
The vaccine, DNA-rTV, was developed by Chinese scientists. Based on the four previous clinical trials, the vaccine has been proven safe, and can help the volunteers produce hormonal and cellular immunity to HIV, CDC noted. ...>
<... Shao Yiming, one of the vaccine developers and AIDS expert at the CDC, told the Global Times on Wednesday that each vaccine only contains one or two HIV genes that are incapable of forming an active HIV virus. Only active HIV viruses can cause an infection.
"The clinical tests have undergone a strict examination and approval process from the National Medical Products Administration, and is following related laws and regulations," Shao said. ...>




 
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