Friday, March 09, 2007

AIDS Vaccine Nearing Reality at Emory

Well that's good news to everyone not dying of the disease already.

The world could have a new vaccine designed to kill the AIDS virus in as little as three to four years according to an Atlanta-based group working on the vaccine.

And as long as never.

It is a scientific advance that could save tens of millions of lives, and it is being developed on the campus of Emory University.

Finally, we can sleep with multiple sex partners without fear of consequence. And don't get me started on sharing needles for heroin use. What a money-saver!

The work has been going on quietly for the last 15 years. But now it appears headed for the bell lap in the race to prevent the disease.

Prostitutes are on me if this works!


Anonymous Anonymous said...

don't matter! they'll all be dead by the time they figure it out...everyone moves so fast

March 12, 2007 2:20 PM  

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