Study to determine best H1N1 vaccine dose for asthmatics

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Flu vaccinations test public health readiness

COLLEGE PARK, Md. Read More »

Scientists await the mutation (or not) of H1N1


NIAID contracts awarded to help boost vaccines' effectiveness

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Cholera vaccine seen safe, effective in India study

A cholera vaccine has proved to be safe and effective in young children in a part of India where the disease is endemic, a new study in The Lancet says. Read More »

Mayo Clinic offers flu vaccine allergy screenings

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FDA Approves New Vaccine for Prevention of Cervical Cancer

The FDA approved Cervarix, a new vaccine to prevent cervical cancer and precancerous lesions caused by human papillomavirus types 16 and 18. Read More »

Virginia Tech wins $27 million contract for infectious disease research

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AIDS vaccine expert encouraged by promising results

When promising results from a large clinical trial of an AIDS vaccine regimen were announced recently, it was good news to the inventor of one of the vaccines used in the trial. Read More »

Novavax researching vaccine for common respiratory virus

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CSL, others donate millions of doses of H1N1 vaccine to WHO

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Emergent BioSolutions launches

ROCKVILLE, Md. Read More »

UTEP focuses on TB vaccine research

With all the attention on H1N1 and the seasonal flu, it might be easy to forget about other infectious diseases. Read More »

H1N1 vaccine puts focus on calls for faster delivery

The United States expects 200 million doses of H1N1 flu vaccine by the end of the year, the result of a process that occurred at "unprecedented speed" since H1N1 was detected in April. Read More »

Businesses foresee problems in widespread H1N1 flu outbreak

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U.S., Mexican and Canadian officials to collaborate against H1N1


Albany Medical College to fund biodefense research of tularemia

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FDA, FTC warn website marketing fraudulent H1N1 vaccine, treatments

Internet scams are taking advantage of the public Read More »

FDA OKs seasonal influenza vaccine Fluarix for pediatric use

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved use of the seasonal influenza vaccine Fluarix for children ages 3 to 17. Read More »

Vaccinating boys against human papillomavirus not cost-effective

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