MONDAY, MARCH 19, 2018

Researchers chart evolution of deadly H7N9 bird flu

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SciMetrika receives $1.5 million immunization contract from CDC

SciMetrika, LLC, a Durham, North Carolina-based population health consulting firm, announced on Friday that it received a $1.5 million contract from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Read More »

Gains made in treatment of people living with HIV

The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria announced on Friday that new results show significant gains in the treatment of people living with HIV. Read More »

Novartis and Malaria No More launch Power of One campaign

Novartis and Malaria No More announced on Monday the launch of a joint initiative titled the "Power of One," a campaign to engage everyday people around the world in the fight against malaria. Read More »

Recurrent malaria may lead to chronic inflammation and death

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WHO director-general says antimicrobial resistance getting worse

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CDC reports possible risk of polio spreading to polio-free countries

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New research shines light on combating HIV

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Researchers discover new replication pathway for HIV-1

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New investment fund to advance late-stage vaccines

JPMorgan Chase & Co. announced a new investment fund on Monday that will give individual and institutional investors the chance to finance late-stage global health technologies, potentially saving millions of lives in the developing world. Read More »

Poliovirus found in environmental samples in Israel

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Equatorial Guinea launches malaria vaccine clinical trial

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Significant reductions in new HIV infections among children since 2001

The Joint U.N. Programme on HIV/AIDS released a report on Monday showing a dramatic reduction in new HIV infections among children since 2001. Read More »

Virus-killing immune cell may be key to universal flu vaccine

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New pill form of TB vaccine shows promise

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CSL Biotherapies completes AFLURIA shipments for 2013-2014 flu season

CSL Biotherapies, Inc., announced on Monday that is has completed its shipment of 11 million doses of AFLURIA for the 2013-2014 flu season, ensuring healthcare providers have sufficient influenza vaccines for the season. Read More »

Louisiana confirms five new cases of West Nile virus

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Meningitis vaccine booster may stave off waning immunity

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Fluenz Tetra receives positive review in EU

AstraZeneca announced on Friday that the Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use of the European Medicines Agency has given a positive opinion on Fluenz Tetra, a nasal four-strain live attenuated influenza vaccine. Read More »

MedImmune Specialty Care partners with Tia Mowry on flu awareness

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