it is only 30% effective but it is a new new hope for many and one step closer to killing the virus.
The Vaccine is not approved yet, and is far from doing so since it is only 30% effective and they havent tested for side effects.
Would you get it, if approved and proven effective, or advice your kids to. (Please set aside the Autism/ Vaccine debate please)
Do you think we not only should see a real vaccine soon but a cure for this deadly disease in the near furture?
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I don't think the percentage is high enough for it to be worth it. I would want to know it's safe and see that percentage increase well past 50%. Also I don't agree with people having to get the AIDS vaccine to become a citizen. If they don't have HIV/AIDS then they shouldn't have to get. It would be more reasonable to say anyone who travels a lot to developing countries should because they run a higher risk by being in so many places. Not the foreigner who has no disease and isn't travelling all around the world.
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