CDC releases report on worldwide influenza projects

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released an annual report on Monday profiling a variety of CDC influenza-related projects from around the world, including epidemiology training, vaccine effectiveness studies and flu surveillance. Read More »

Bio Farma to partner with vaccine manufacturers in Islamic and developing nations

Bio Farma, an Indonesian vaccine maker, announced that it is prepared to partner with vaccine manufacturers in developing and Islamic countries for the development and research of new vaccines. Read More »

Report in the Lancet supports controversial malaria subsidies

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Ugandan health ministry requests funding to fight Marburg outbreak, WHO doubtful

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West Nile virus spread slows in U.S.

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HPV vaccine not just for females

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Study shows benefits of school closures during flu outbreaks

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NIH to extend grant application deadlines

The U.S. National Institutes of Health recently announced that organizations affected by Hurricane Sandy will be allowed to submit grant applications past their original deadline. Read More »

Papua New Guinea looks to ban TB spreading pastime

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CDC committee recommends HibMenCY for infants

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Advisory Committee for Immunization Practices voted on October 24 to recommend a meningococcal vaccination for infants at increased risk of contracting the disease. Read More »

New study shows how antibiotics operate inside cells

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More bacteria found in NECC products

Laboratory results of additional product samples taken from the pharmacy responsible for an outbreak of fungal meningitis recently tested positive for bacterial contamination. Read More »

Orlando officials team up to fund homeless TB testing

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Milder malaria form may cause severe complications

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Pitt conducts sensor flu study on schoolchildren

School children are aiding researchers from the University of Pittsburgh who are conducting a study on the spread of influenza and other diseases. Read More »

Fungal meningitis victims hit by second infection

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HIV/AIDS vaccine shows no adverse effects in human clinical trials

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AgResearch receives grant from Gates Foundation for TB research

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Arizona State University scientists engineer bacterial vaccine delivery system

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Concern spreads about drug-resistant malaria

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