MONDAY, MAY 22, 2017

Eli Lilly discontinues Phase III rheumatoid arthritis program for tabalumab

Eli Lilly and Company announced on Thursday that it will discontinue its Phase III rheumatoid arthritis program for tabalumab due to lack of efficacy. Read More »

U.S. health officials find potentially vaccine-resistant whooping cough

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Mississippi State University developing next season's flu vaccine

The Mississippi State University of Veterinary Medicine has begun working on plans to develop a flu vaccine for next year's flu season. Read More »

House Republicans threaten to subpoena FDA over meningitis outbreak

House Republicans recently threatened to subpoena U.S. Food and Drug Administration documents concerning an ongoing investigation into whether the agency could have prevented a deadly outbreak of meningitis. Read More »

Norovirus quarantines 700 inmates at Illinois prison

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Approval of medication with animal rule causing confusion

James Swearengen Read More »

FluGen reports high level of influenza protection for REDEE FLU

FluGen scientists presented data demonstrating influenza protections from the company's REDEE FLU vaccine at the recent World Health Organization's influenza vaccine meeting in Hong Kong. Read More »

CDC confirms yellow fever outbreak in Sudan

Yellow fever virus Read More »

Influenza activity decreases in U.S.

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Awareness campaign in Canada targets hepatitis

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Polio workers killed in Nigeria

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U.K. records highest number of measles since 90s

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Doctors in Israel find three newborns with swine flu

H1N1 Read More »

Bavarian Nordic appoints new executive VP

James Breitmeyer Read More »

Transgene reviewing hepatitis C vaccine strategy

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Flu activity drops in Chicago

The influenza outbreak in Chicago is reportedly slowing down and unlikely to gain strength before the end of the flu season. Read More »

Two test positive for bird flu in China

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Iowa man pleads guilty in fake hepatitis B case

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Nigerian journalists arrested for inciting violence against vaccinators

Three Nigerian journalists were recently arrested for inciting violence only days before gunmen murdered nine vaccination healthcare workers. Read More »

French AIDS vaccine to enter human trials

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