MONDAY, MAY 22, 2017

New progress with oral hepatitis B vaccine

Genetically modified corn used to deliver vaccine without requiring refrigeration. Read More »

West Africa still has long way to go to stop Ebola outbreak

CDC still working toward goal of getting to zero new cases. Read More »

EU agency issues flu-virus vaccine strain directives for 2015-16

Health professionals from the European Medicines Agency (EMA) said on Friday that vaccine manufacturers should include influenza virus strains from this flu season in the vaccine for next season. The European Union bureau's recommendations are formulated from observations by the World Health Organization (WHO). Read More »

GeoVax officer to present at World Vaccine Congress

GeoVax Labs, Inc., a biotechnology company that specializes in creating novel human vaccines for HIV and Ebola with its unique platform technology, has announced that the company’s chief scientific officer has been asked to present at the 15th annual World Vaccine Congress on April 8. Read More »

European committee gives positive review to GARDASIL 9 HPV vaccine

New vaccine by Sanofi Pasteur MSD contains largest quantity of HPV types. Read More »

New tool for studying relapsing malaria infections

Human-chimeric mouse model used to grow livers for additional research of parasite behind disease. Read More »

Poultry, bird owners asked to raise biosecurity

Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development warns owners of possible avian influenza Read More »

White House unveils action plan to fight antibiotic-resistant bacteria

The White House recently released its "National Action Plan for Combatting Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria" -- a direct result of President Obama’s Executive Order 13676, released in September -- to help the country fight against antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Read More »

VaxCorps coordinates global vaccine solutions network

PMG Research, Benchmark Research and Miami Research Associates have joined forces to create VaxCorps, a vaccine site network to advance and develop vaccine solutions. Read More »