MONDAY, JULY 16, 2018

Hong Kong learns of 10 new avian flu cases in China

The Hong Kong Department of Health's Centre for Health Protection announced on Thursday that it received notification of 10 additional human cases of avian influenza A H7N9 in China. Read More »

NIAID says durable end to AIDS requires HIV vaccine

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New strain of bird flu discovered in China

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CHP announces novel CA-MRSA case

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Thousands die annually in U.S. from vaccine-preventable diseases

Approximately 30,000 people on average die of vaccine preventable illnesses in the U.S. annually, the University of Colorado at Denver said on Tuesday. Read More »

Bacterial fibers may contribute to avian, human infection

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Measles deaths reach record lows

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Scripps announces novel vaccine development method against RSV

Researchers from the Scripps Research Institute recently announced the discovery of a new method for designing artificial proteins and have used it in the development of a candidate vaccine against respiratory syncytial virus. Read More »

IAVI praises TSRI for new approach to vaccine design

The International AIDS Vaccine Initiative, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the development of HIV vaccines, congratulated researchers at The Scripps Research Institute on Thursday for developing a new approach to vaccine design. Read More »

Hong Kong learns of seven new avian flu cases in China

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Mass primaquine treatments used to eradicate malaria

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Researchers discover how Dengue and WNV replicate

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NIH seeks proposals for HIV cure research

The National Institutes of Health announced a research funding opportunity on Wednesday meant to spur innovative academic-private sector research collaborations to create novel approaches to eliminate HIV. Read More »

TFAH says adult immunization rates are "abysmal"

Trust for America's Health, a non-profit organization focused on disease prevention, said on Thursday that the recently released adult immunization rates for 2012 are abysmal and a new strategy is needed to increase rates. Read More »

Measles case confirmed in Albany child

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WHO vaccinates 115,000 children against measles in CAR

The World Health Organization recently announced that its vaccination campaign in the Central African Republic successfully vaccinated more than 115,000 children between the ages of six months and 15 years against measles. Read More »

Little progress made in increasing adult vaccination

There was little progress made in improving adult vaccine coverage between 2011 and 2012, according to a study published on Friday in Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. Read More »

Lawrence Ellison Foundation contributes $100 million to polio eradication

The Global Polio Eradication Initiative, a coalition of entities battling the disease, announced on Saturday that the Lawrence Ellison Foundation will donate $100 million over five years to support the eradication of polio. Read More »

Researchers a step closer to decoding dengue and West Nile

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PreCheck and Sentry MD partner to improve student immunization records

PreCheck, Inc., a background and employment screening company, recently announced that it entered into partnership with Sentry MD, a health record management company, to help restructure the student immunization health record system. Read More »