New clinical trials for a potentially groundbreaking HIV vaccine have commenced in the US and South Africa, which, combined with daily statin for heart disease in HIV-positive adults, could revolutionize HIV/AIDS treatment. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has launched trials for a universal flu vaccine, promising long-lasting immunity against a variety of flu strains. Patient engagement has emerged as a valuable approach in cancer research, guiding the development of better-tailored therapies. Advances in prostate cancer research offer new hope, with NIH breakthroughs in diagnostic methods and treatment trials based on individual tumor biology. Trials have deemed cerebellar post-stroke deep brain stimulation, a therapeutic technique encouraging function recovery, as safe and feasible. Lastly, an innovative T-cell therapy has successfully shrunk solid tumors in early trials, pointing towards major strides in cancer treatment.
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