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      Innovation-opedia: What is a mosaic vaccine?

      As the IAS Conference on HIV Science kicks off in Mexico City, we explain how an investigational HIV vaccine from the Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson works—and how researchers hope to help change lives around the world with it.

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      Illustrated handwritten definition of a mosaic HIV vaccine
      Illustration of a microscope with information about Janssen Vaccines & Prevention B.V. investigational HIV-1 vaccine regimen
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      Illustration of the # 4 explaining how many injections would be administered for Janssen’s investigational HIV-1 vaccine.
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      Illustration showing location of the IAS Conference on HIV Science with details about Janssen’s new Mosaico clinical trial.
      Illustrated quote by Janssen’s Maria Grazia Pau talking about the goal of creating a global HIV vaccine.

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