SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 2017

Study finds no significant change in donor funding for HIV

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UNDP launches new framework for malaria

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ECDC: Threat of polio outbreak real

The European Centre for Disease Control and Prevention released a new rapid risk assessment of a potential polio outbreak and recommended those who do not meet the ECDC recommendations for vaccination do so. Read More »

U.N. General Assembly: Time to act towards accomplishment 2015 health MDGs is now

A joint statement made at the 68th General Assembly of the United Nations on Wednesday laid out the work that lay ahead towards the accomplishment of the December 2015 Millennium Development Goals. Read More »

U.K. commits $1.6 billion to Global Fund

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria announced on Monday that the United Kingdom will contribute $1.6 billion to the fund over the next three years. Read More »

Study shows no evidence between influenza vaccination and health risks for pregnant women

A study conducted by the Vaccines and Medications in Pregnancy Surveillance System found that administration of the H1N1 influenza vaccine showed no evidence of an increase in health risks for a mother or unborn child. Read More »

GAVI CEO discusses vision for future of vaccines

Seth Berkley, the CEO of the GAVI Alliance, spoke on Monday about his vision for the future of vaccines and how his organization plays a role in this landscape of technological innovation. Read More »

Inovio Pharmaceuticals announces successful trial of new DNA plasmid technology

Inovio Pharmaceuticals, Inc., announced on Tuesday that its new DNA plasmid technology for the generation of therapeutic monoclonal antibodies was a success. Read More »

U.N. launches multi-level strategy to battle malaria

The U.N. and a coalition of partners launched a multi-level approach on Tuesday to battle malaria, identifying actions to address the environmental and social determinants of malaria. Read More »

Scientists find new way influenza can infect cells

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DR Congo launches measles campaign

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Enhancing immune system may be possible

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Phase I trial of novel AIDS vaccine begins

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Menendez and Corker introduce bill to strengthen PEPFAR

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Michigan Department of Community Health recommends measles vaccination

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Pneumococcal vaccine results in widespread reduction of serious disease

Vaccination with the pneumococcal conjugate vaccine-7 is associated with overall decreases in the rate of serious infections caused by Streptococcus pneumoniae, according to a study recently published in the journal PLOS Medicine. Read More »

Kerry announces U.S. to hold Global Fund replenishment conference

Secretary of State John Kerry announced on Wednesday that the United States will host the Global Fund's Fourth Replenishment Conference. Read More »

Report: Preventing malaria in travelers to West Africa lowers health costs

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More children receiving flu vaccinations in U.S.

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WHO committee won't declare MERS-CoV PHEIC

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