|Efforts to promote HIV prevention have not made much progress in the time since the virus was first discovered. Many millions of dollars have been invested in research and treatment but, HIV prevention is still based upon protecting yourself or others from the HIV virus.
No HIV vaccination has been successfully test, although scientists are working on developing a vaccine ever since the HIV virus first emerged.
To better understand why all attempts to create a vaccine for HIV have failed, it is important to understand this virus better. Unlike other viruses, the HIV virus has the ability to subscribe itself into the genetic code of the host. Other viruses, such as the flu virus, force themselves into the cell and can easily be readily by the immune system. Once the body has destroyed a virus, the white cells memory is “uploaded” with the information on the virus. If the body is again exposed to such a virus, the white cells know exactly what to do to destroy it again and produce the corresponding antibodies.
The cells’ memory can also be updated by a vaccine. This is in practice formed by the dead ARN of the virus. Once placed into the body, the cells learn about it, and when they make contact, the cells know how to destroy the virus. HIV vaccination is impossible because of the fact that the virus doesn’t live in the cell, or in the intercellular fluid. The ability to subscribe itself into the host’s DNA makes it impossible to be destroyed without damaging the host cell. An HIV vaccination program must be based upon a genetic mutation of the human body to reject the HIV virus’ gene. With today’s technology, this is impossible.
It is not possible to get infected with HIV if the person you are in sexual contact with is not infected. Therefore, the best method for HIV prevention is to not have a sexual relationship with such a person in the first place. This proposed method accomplishes this. Furthermore, this method does not stigmatize those who are infected as it is anonymous. It is a practical form of HIV vaccination.