MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2017

TSRI scientists develop new strategy for HIV vaccine

Researchers with the La Jolla, California-based The Scripps Research Institute recently developed a strategy for inducing a key part of an effective HIV immune response which could be replicable on a larger scale. Read More »

Study finds electronic records can help battle vaccine-preventable diseases

A recent study conducted by Columbia University School of Nursing researchers found that using an electronic health record system to automate immunization data allows physicians to help individual patients more effectively. Read More »

Florida asks parents to immunize their children early

The Florida Department of Health asked parents on Tuesday to have their children vaccinated in July to avoid the back-to-school immunization rush usually seen in August. Read More »

UNICEF delivers basic necessities to people affected by Syrian conflict

The United Nations Children's Fund and partners delivered basic necessities to thousands of children in Aleppo, a city that is both difficult to access and heavily affected by the Syrian conflict. Read More »

Barriers to preventing malaria in pregnancy consistent in Africa

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MadgeTech releases new system to monitor vaccine temperature

MadgeTech, Inc., a Warner, New Hampshire-based data logging solutions company, announced the shipment on Wednesday of its Vaccine Temperature Monitoring System, a device used to remotely monitor temperature-sensitive vaccines. Read More »

U.N. calls for greater efforts to fight hepatitis

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Study finds first pressure-driven infection mechanism in cold sore virus

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Researchers identify vulnerabilities of the Ebola virus

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Sanofi Pasteur ships first lots of U.S. 2013-2014 seasonal influenza vaccine

Sanofi Pasteur, the vaccines division of global healthcare provider Sanofi, announced on Thursday that the first lots of its influenza virus vaccine for the 2013-2014 season were released and shipped for U.S. distribution. Read More »

Researches find clues on cause of pandemic influenza

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New detection method for TB provides faster results

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GSK receives positive opinion on chronic hepatitis C treatment

GlaxoSmithKline, a research-based pharmaceutical company, announced on Friday that it received a positive opinion from the European Medicines Agency's Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use for REVOLADE, a hepatitis C treatment. Read More »

Study presents facts about record incidence of hantavirus in Germany

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Zydus and IDRI partner to bring a safe and affordable VL vaccine to India

Zydus, a healthcare provider, and IDRI, a non-profit product development and research company, announced on Thursday that they have formed a partnership to develop a safe and affordable visceral leishmaniasis vaccine. Read More »

JCVI does not recommend meningitis B vaccine for immunization program

Novartis announced on Thursday that the United Kingdom Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation is not recommending Bexsero for inclusion in the National Immunisation Programme. Read More »

Scientists question origin of MERS-CoV

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Researchers say adenoviruses could jump from monkeys to humans

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Aethlon Medical receives patent for Hemopurifier

Aethlon Medical announced on Thursday that the European Patent Office granted its patent application entitled "Method of Removal of Viruses from Blood by Lectin Affinity Hemodial YSIS" for its Hemopurifier. Read More »

Hib vaccines shown to have big impact in developing countries

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