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‎Vaccine‏ producer under investigation

A vaccine producer in Northeast China's Jilin province is under investigation for law violations in producing rabies vaccines for human use, China's top drug regulator announced on Sunday. Changchun Changsheng Bio-tech Co, in Changchun, was found to have serious irregularities, including fabricating

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Lyme Disease ‎Vaccine‏ Candidate VLA15 Advances Through Phase 1 Trials

Valneva, a French biotech company focused on developing vaccines, has announced it has obtained successful Phase 1 results for its Lyme disease vaccine candidate, VLA15 [1]. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved a Fast Track designation for VLA15 in 2017 due to the increasing severity of L

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‎Vaccine‏ that protects children against malaria is one step closer

The 2014 World Malaria Report, published by the World Health Organisation (WHO), estimates there were 198 million cases of malaria worldwide and 584,000 deaths in 2013.


Novel malaria ‎vaccine‏ may offer treatment hope

ALSO READTest vaccine for malaria appears promisingHow malaria parasites invade our cells decodedTB vaccine may help reverse diabetes'Novel HIV vaccine found safe, effective'Killer immune cells show promise for malaria vaccinesResearchers have developed a vaccine that protects againstmalariainfectio


Target for novel malaria ‎vaccine‏ identified

Researchers have created a vaccine that protects against malaria infection in mouse models, paving the way for the development of a human vaccine that works by targeting the specific protein that parasites use to evade the immune system.


Teen TB ‎vaccine‏ trial offers new hope

An innovative new clinical trial has shown that revaccinating at-risk teenagers with theBacille Calmette-Guerin(BCG) vaccinethey first got as babies could significantly drive down the threat of these youngsters becoming carriers of TB infection.


Towards a Universal Flu ‎Vaccine‏

Each year, depending on the weather and other factors, flu season shows up and sometimes it’s really bad and other times it’s not as widespread. The 2017-2018 season for influenza was one of the worst in recent memory. The official season, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), ran from


Aids ‎vaccine‏ test rekindles hopes

Shown to be safe in humans, the candidate vaccine has now advanced to the next phase of the pre-approval trial process, and will be tested in 2,600 women in southern Africa to see whether it prevents HIV infection.


Tuberculosis ‎vaccine‏ shows potential as low-cost treatment for type 1 diabetes

A tuberculosis vaccine that has been around for a century is being investigated as a potential low-cost, long-term treatment for type 1 diabetes.Researchers published asmall studyof the Bacillus Calmette-Guerin (BCG) vaccine’s effects in June in the journalNature Partner Journal Vaccines. They found


Hepatitis C ‎Vaccine‏ Could Reduce Transmission Among Drug Users

The new study conducted by Loyala researchers estimated that if an injecting drug user shared a syringe/needle with a second drug user who was infected with hepatitis C, there would be a greater than 90 percent chance the first drug user would also become infected with hepatitis C after six months.


Two senators urge GSK to end shingles ‎vaccine‏ shortage

Sens. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and Tina Smith (D-MN) have written to GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) CEO Emma Walmsley to urge the drugmaker to do more to increase inventory levels of GSK's recombinant zoster vaccine (Shingrix) in the wake of a shortage. The senators said GSK may have failed to create "contingenc


Spanish researchers develop five-strain Ebola ‎vaccine‏

Spanish researchers are working on a vaccine against all five strains of the killer Ebola virus in what would be a world first, Madrid's October 12 Hospital said Wednesday. A prototype vaccine developed by pharmaceutical group Merck is already in ...


Samoa recalls MMR ‎vaccine‏ after two deaths

© Courtney Perry/For the Washington PostNurse prepares to administer the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccineSamoa's health officials have issued an immediate recall of a vaccination for rubella, measles and mumps, after two babies died just hours after being vaccinated.


‎Vaccine‏s.news brings you the latest research on ‎vaccine‏s , updates on ‎vaccine‏ mandates and more

Vaccine dogma is everywhere, from the mainstream media to conventional healthcare practitioners – and its even present at a government level. That’s why keeping up with the latest vaccine research and legislative initiatives is so important. Being well-informed is essential, but getting real informa


Candidate HIV ‎vaccine‏ passes key early test

The near 40-year quest for anAIDS vaccinereceived a hopeful boost onJuly 7when scientists announced that a trial drug triggered an immune response in humans and shielded monkeys from infection.Shown to be safe in humans, the candidate vaccine has now advanced to the next phase of the pre-approval tr


Pet ‎Vaccine‏ Clinic at Southern States on Williamsburg Rd. .

Southern States, 3119 Williamsburg Rd., will host a Pet Vaccine Clinic from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Capital Home Veterinary Clinic will provide vaccinations for eligible pets. Prices vary depending upon package selected. Bring previous vaccination history and keep pets on leashes or in appropriate carriers


Why ‎vaccine‏ opponents think they know more than medical experts

Matthew Motta, University of Pennsylvania; Steven Sylvester, Utah Valley University, and Timothy Callaghan, Texas A&M University


Mosaic HIV-1 ‎Vaccine‏ Induces Responses in Humans , Monkeys

THURSDAY, July 12, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- A mosaic adenovirus serotype 26 (Ad26)-based HIV-1 vaccine induces immune responses in humans and rhesus monkeys, according to a study published online July 6 inThe Lancet.


Probe into Samoa infant deaths after ‎vaccine‏ jabs

The health department said two one-year-old babies, a boy and a girl, died soon after being administered a vaccine for measles, mumps and rubella (MMR).


HCV ‎vaccine‏ could reduce transmission in people who inject drugs

“Our data-driven mathematical modeling approach demonstrates that even with transient viral replication following exposure during injection drug use, if an effective vaccine were available, its use in drug user populations has the potential to reduce virus transmission and reduce new HCV infections