THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2016

TB study reveals need for preclinical testing on animals

Researcher says ineffective, costly trial of TB booster vaccine could have been avoided. Read More »

US study shows 1 in 5 pediatricians drop families who refuse vaccines

A recent study from the University of Colorado School of Medicine, Anschutz Medical Campus, found that a notable number of pediatricians choose to dismiss the families who turn down vaccines for their children rather than continue to provide health services. Read More »

DiaResQ listed among leading healthcare innovations

PanTheryx Inc., a worldwide medical nutrition company located in Boulder, Colorado, recently announced that DiaResQ has been ranked among the leading healthcare innovations. Read More »

InDevR launches VaxArray for all bioprocessing stages

InDevR Inc., an innovative life science company specializing in enhancing biopharmaceutical and vaccine production, recently announced that it has launched its potency assay called VaxArray, a re-branded version of InDevR’s previously Influenza Titer on Chip or Flu-ToC. Read More »

Human pneumonic plague outbreak has multiple transmission routes

According to a recent announcement from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) laboratory, the recent outbreak of pneumonic plague can be transmitted from human to human as well as dog to human. Read More »