SUNDAY, DECEMBER 17, 2017

Researchers find immune system molecule that could lead to TB vaccine

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Australian anti-vaccine group must change its name

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Swine flu outbreak hits West Bank

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Indiana hospital fires employees for refusing flu vaccination

An Indiana hospital recently fired eight of its employees after they refused to be given a mandatory influenza shot. Read More »

Green Cross receives WHO prequalification for seasonal flu vaccines

Green Cross, an Asian multinational pharmaceutical company, recently announced that it received prequalification from the World Health Organization for its single and multi-dose seasonal flu vaccines. Read More »

Experts: California due for outbreak of influenza

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U.S. physician named envoy to Haiti for cholera epidemic

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U.K. norovirus outbreak contributes to low blood supply

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Dengue fever increases by 70 percent in U.S. in 2012

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Glauser: More data on cold chain will support safer medications

Geoffrey Glauser, a consultant with a vaccine and therapeutic supply chain contractor, recently said that the focus of the cold chain for medications and other temperature-sensitive products should always be on patient and product safety. Read More »

Hepatitis B outbreak continues in Uganda

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HIV/AIDS deaths decrease in sub-Saharan Africa

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New California immunization law requires parents to make informed decisions

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Illinois flu outbreak is one of worst in the U.S.

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Kohl's donates $160,000 to San Antonio Children's Hospital

Kohl's Corporation, a Wisconsin-based department store chain, recently donated $163,000 to help immunize children in the San Antonio area. Read More »

Influenza activity up nationwide

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NIH researchers discover gene that affect hepatitis C clearance

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Eighteen children dead from flu complications in the U.S.

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Annual cancer report shows drop in overall cancer rates, worrying trend for HPV

John Seffrin Read More »

Increase expected in U.S. influenza vaccine demand over next decade

Demand in the United States for influenza vaccines is expected to remain high over the coming decade. Read More »