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Gonorrhea Is On The Verge Of Becoming Unstoppable By Antibiotics . But A Vaccine May Offer Hope .
Cases of gonorrhea jumped 19 percent in the U.S. last year, with similar trends noted around the world, and it's becoming resistant to all the measures doctors use to fight it. A vaccine already on the market may offer some partial protection though. In other news: fish oil and vitamin D, heart heal
GPs running out of flu vaccine
Deliveries of adjuvanted trivalent flu vaccine, known as aTIV, have been staggered – with doctors warning ahead of the vaccination season that they would run out between batches, GP magazine Pulse reported.
Malaria Vaccine market expanding at moderate CAGR during 2016-2024
According to Goldstein Research,Malaria Vaccine Marketis anticipated to reach a market size of USD 0.6 billion by 2024, from market valuation of USD 0.07 billion in 2016. The factors such as government support in increasing its accessibility to every remote location & rural population which is endem
Tulane lands contract to develop breakthrough vaccine therapy
MicrobiologistLisa Morici, Ph.D., and immunologistJames McLachlan, Ph.D., will lead the project. Morici said the difference in the new cocktail hinges on tiny triggers, nanoparticles shed by bacteria as they grow, that she said stimulate a more potent immune response that lasts longer than with curr
Can Computer Simulations Enhance Vaccine Trials ? -
Infectious disease emergencies are opportunities to test the efficacy of newly developed interventions—for example, drugs, vaccines, and treatment regimens. Yet they raise many intertwined challenges around politics, logistics, ethics, and study design.
Health Ministry : HPV Vaccine Safe - IrieFm
More than 3 million girls worldwide have received the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccine without significant adverse effects.That’s according to Acting Director of the Ministry of Health’s Family Health Unit, Dr. Melody Ennis.Speaking in an interview with the Jamaica Information service (JIS), Dr.
Shortage of tetanus vaccine hits nation
Tetanus vaccines are in short supply across the country, in some places for the past six months, affecting the general public who are in need of the vaccine, according to the Department of Drug Administration.
Vaccine clinic scheduled in Ogallala
Children with no insurance, under-insured, Medicaid, Native American or Native Alaskan qualify for the state-funded vaccine.
Build community immunity : Get your flu vaccine
We all need to do our part to protect those who are most at risk. Everyone age 6 months and older should get the flu shot each year. Practicing simple steps to prevent the spread of disease can also help—washing your hands, avoiding contact with people who are sick, and covering coughs and sneezes c
Merck takes key step toward approval of experimental Ebola vaccine - STAT
The vaccine is currently being used in the troubling Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. There are currently no licensed Ebola vaccines. While there are a number of other experimental vaccines, the Merck product is the furthest along in the developmental pipeline, having been sho
Merck Starts Rolling BLA Submission for Ebola Vaccine V920
Merck has several marketed vaccines in its portfolio like Gardasil/Gardasil 9, ProQuad/M-M-R II/Varivax, RotaTeq, Pneumovax 23 and Zostavax.
Determining the Effectiveness of PCV13 Vaccine in Dominican Republic |
In many low- and middle-income countries, infections are the leading cause of childhood illness and death. Ear infections, meningitis, blood stream infections and pneumonia are frequently the result of pneumococcal bacteria — of which there are over 90 strains. Vaccination has been shown to signific
Vaccine Offers Hope for Bread-Loving Celiac Sufferers
Entering its second phase of testing, immunotherapyNexvax2from ImmusanT Inc. promises to help build resistance togluten, a protein found inwheat, barley, rye, and hair and skin products that triggers a harmful reaction in the small intestines of those with a sensitivity, reportsCox Media.
Vaccine might allow Celiac disease patients to eat gluten
About 1% of the global population suffers from celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder that damages the small intestine when a person ingests gluten. But a new treatment currently inphase II clinical trialsmay change all that, allowing people with the disorder to include gluten in their diets.
Health Tip : Understanding the HPV Vaccine
The HPV vaccine protects against human papillomavirus, which has been shown to cause cancer in males and females, the American Cancer Society says.
Blackpool GP reacts to reports practices are running out of the flu vaccine
Deliveries of adjuvanted trivalent flu vaccine, known as aTIV, have been staggered - with doctors warning ahead of the vaccination season that they would run out between batches, GP magazine Pulse reported.
China plans to let victims sue vaccine makers for punitive damages after string of scandals
On Sunday night, a draft of the “Vaccine Management Law” was posted online for the public. If passed, the new law will allow people to sue drug makers for punitive damages in cases of death or serious illness caused by faulty vaccines. Due to multiple vaccine safety scandals in the country (a major
Letter : Vaccines -- Nurses Speak Up '' The Lakewood Scoop '' The heartbeat of the lakewood community
Dear Editor, I’ve read with interest the various comments re: An Open Letter to the Lakewood Community and the post of Dr Robert’s. As a relative new-comer to Lakewood I generally choose to remain low key when such issue arise. However, since one of my daughters and grandchildren are effected by the
State offers flu vaccine clinic in Amite on Wednesday
The flu causes approximately 500 deaths and nearly 3,000 hospitalizations each year in Louisiana. However, last year, there were more than 15,000 hospitalizations and more than 1,600 deaths from the flu in the state. Of those more than 1,600 deaths, 5 were pediatric deaths.
On the traces of a future vaccine against the Ebola virus
Can we envision a future without Ebola ? Futuris focuses on a european research project which aims to develop a vaccine to stop the spread of the disease. It takes the form of studies in Europe, but also in clinical trials in Sierra Leone, a country affected by an outbreak of 2013 to 2016.