MONDAY, MAY 22, 2017

FDA seeks staff fellow for hepatitis C research

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Indiana schools to require chickenpox vaccines next year

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Hispanics less likely to receive flu vaccination

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently recommended that more be done to increase influenza vaccination rates among minority adults this flu season and in future flu seasons. Read More »

Study shows 40-50 percent vaccination rate needed to halt cholera in Haiti

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West Virginia senators announce federal funding for state immunization program

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Delaware Supreme Court hears arguments related to SIGA, PharmAthene litigation

PharmAthene, Inc., recently announced that the Delaware Supreme Court heard oral arguments related to appeals from both parties in the company's on-going litigation against SIGA Technologies. Read More »

Opinions differ on flu shot for children with egg allergies

A medical association of allergy experts recently reported that children with severe egg allergies should still be given the seasonal influenza vaccine. Read More »

Blame sought in Pakistani measles outbreak

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Physician calls on Nigerians to stick to HBV vaccination guidelines

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Flu outbreak prompts changes to Communion in Boston

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Tanzania and the GAVI Alliance to introduce two new vaccines

The government of Tanzania, with the support of the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization, plans to simultaneously introduce two new vaccines to protect children. Read More »

South Carolina state representative to introduce HPV vaccine bill

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Scientists working on pain-free nanopatch vaccination

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Tuberculosis on the rise in Denmark

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CDC issues new influenza reports

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Pfizer's pneumococcal vaccine approved for use in Europeans aged six to 17

Pfizer, Inc., recently announced that the European Commission has approved expanding the use of Prevenar 13, its pneumococcal conjugate vaccine. Read More »

DTaP vaccine causes fewer reactions when given in thighs

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Buffalo VA may have been exposed to hepatitis, HIV

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New York governor declares public health emergency over flu epidemic

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Illinois retailer shipping 7,000 extra doses of flu vaccine to its pharmacies

The Illinois-based supermarket chain Jewel-Osco plans to ship 7,000 extra doses of the seasonal influenza vaccine to its pharmacies in Illinois, Iowa and Indiana. Read More »