TUESDAY, MAY 15, 2018

House passes legislation to improve HIV patients' lives

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Medicines Company's antibiotic receives QIDP designation

The Medicines Company, an international organization focusing on acute and intensive care hospitals worldwide, announced on Tuesday that its investigational antibiotic oritavancin was designated as a qualified infectious disease product. Read More »

Germany shows continued support for immunizations

The GAVI Alliance praised Germany on Nov. 7 during the mid-term review for its continued support for immunizations in the developing world. Read More »

Flusurvey partners with U.K. schools to track influenza virus in children

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Influenza shot may protect against flu and heart attack

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Zinc may starve lethal pneumonia bacteria

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Mosquito Squad donates more than $50,000 to Malaria No More

Mosquito Squad showed its support of Malaria No More on Monday by donating more than $50,000 for the fight against malaria at the International Honors 2013 event in New York City Read More »

WHO and UNICEF partner on Syria immunization campaign

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Protein Sciences announces availability of Flublok influenza vaccine

Protein Sciences Corporation, the Meriden, Connecticut-based manufacturer of Flublok, announced on Wednesday that doses of the influenza vaccine for the 2013-2014 season are now available. Read More »

NVIC promotes public awareness about national vaccine policies

The National Vaccine Information Center, a non-profit vaccine safety charity, and Joseph Mercola announced on Tuesday that they raised questions about national vaccine policies during the fourth annual Vaccine Awareness Week. Read More »

ECDC clarifies recommendations for poliovirus

The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control said on Thursday it examined the risk of wild-type poliovirus re-emerging within the European Union following confirmed cases of asymptomatic WPV1 and poliomyelitis in the Middle East. Read More »

EU passes legislature to address cross-border health threats

The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control passed legislature on Oct. 22 that improves the European Union's preparedness plan against communicable diseases and cross-border health threats. Read More »

New roadmap for malaria vaccines targets next-generation products by 2030

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MedImmune partners with Pantley to give parents guide to flu season

AstraZeneca's MedImmune Specialty Care division, a Gaithersburg, Maryland-based biopharmaceutical business unit, announced a partnership on Wednesday with author Elizabeth Pantley on a flu season guide for parents. Read More »

Pertussis vaccinations encouraged in Ohio

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WHO reports new confirmed cases of cholera in Mexico

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Positive Phase I clinical trial results for Novartis H7N9 vaccine

Novartis, a Basel, Switzerland-based pharmaceutical company, announced positive interim results on Thursday from a Phase I clinical trial of its novel H7N9 avian influenza vaccine candidate. Read More »

Malaria drug could be used to treat cancer

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Research published that may help decrease dengue virus risk

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New study finds vivax malaria an emerging threat

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