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Cervical cancer to double across Middle East without ‎vaccine‏s

BEIRUT, March 21 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Deaths from cervical cancer will double in the Middle East and North Africa by 2035 unless conservative nations vaccinate young women and tackle sexual taboos, a study said on Wednesday. The Tunisian Center for Public Health, an advocacy group, urged g

DAILY MAIL - 2018-03-21 18:32:16

Polish firm sued over tricking homeless into ‎vaccine‏ test

WARSAW, Poland (AP) - Prosecutors in Poland are suing a private firm accused of tricking homeless people into unwitting participation in bird flu vaccine tests in 2007. Prosecution spokesman Andrzej Kukawski said Wednesday that dozens of participants, including a pregnant woman, were denied informat

AP - 2018-03-21 17:11:14

HPV ‎vaccine‏ market bursts

Demand for injection so hot that clinics are left with months-long waiting lists Since entering the Chinese mainland market in mid-2017, two HPV vaccines to prevent the onset of cervical cancer have continued to boom. However, the speed in demand for such vaccines on the mainland is far outpacing th

ECNS.CN - 2018-03-20 02:31:41

Public Health Column : New guidelines for adults receiving the shingles ‎vaccine‏

Public Health Column from the Genesee County Health Department: A new and improved shingles vaccine has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. "Shingrix" is now available to adults 50 years and older in protecting against shingles and postherpetic neuralgia, one of the most serious


8 private facilities cleared to administer hepatitis B ‎vaccine‏

Ministry of Health has cleared eight private health facilities in Kampala to administer hepatitis B vaccination, as investigation into counterfeited vaccines continues. The private health facilities that have been cleared to provide the hepatitis B vaccine are: Nsambya hospital, Kibuli hospital, Me


Shingles ‎Vaccine‏ Again ?

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah (Ivanhoe Newswire) - The National Institutes of Health estimates there are a million new cases of shingles in the United States every year. Shingles are chicken pox reactivated, and it can be painful, leave scars and cause permanent damage. A new vaccine on the market since mid-


Pentavalent ‎Vaccine‏ - Doctors Raise Red Flag

New Delhi, India 14 March 2018. Pentavalent vaccine (PV) that was introduced by India six years ago doubled the deaths of children soon after vaccination compared to DPT (Diphtheria-Pertussis- Tetanus) vaccine according to a new study that calls for a "rigorous review of the deaths following vaccina


Altimmune Announces Pre-Clinical Data From its SparVax-L Anthrax ‎Vaccine‏ Program

Single dose of vaccine showed 67% survival rate and 100% survival rate after two doses GAITHERSBURG, Md., March 12, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) - Altimmune, Inc. (Nasdaq:ALT), a clinical-stage immunotherapeutics company, today announced data from a pre-clinical study comparing SparVax-L and BioThrax again


An MD Regrets And Apologizes About ‎Vaccine‏ Ignorance : A True Story

An "aha" event made Dr. Neides check into the flu vaccine ingredients and realize even though the label stated it contained "no preservative," it contained formaldehyde. Catherine J. Frompovich, Natural BlazeTrue, Organic and Free Seeing vaccine adverse reactions may not make one a believer, but pe

TRUEORGANICANDFREE.COM - 2018-03-20 19:36:15

Dubai tests ‎vaccine‏ to rid camels of coronavirus

Camel owners will be encouraged to get the vaccine as the disease affects the camels' performance in racing events. - Shutterstock Dubai - Dubai's Central Veterinary Research Laboratory (CVRL) is working on creating a vaccine to combat coronavirus that causes Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS),


Vanderbilt enrolling participants in avian influenza ‎vaccine‏ study

Vanderbilt University Medical Center is recruiting healthy adults for a clinical trial of a vaccine for H7N9 avian influenza. The virus has not been detected in the US, but it has infected humans in China, where 39% of reported cases have been fatal. Vanderbilt University Medical Center is recruitin


Oyo targets 1.2 million children for measles ‎vaccine‏

Over one million children in Oyo State are set to benefit from the measles vaccination campaign embarked upon by the State Government, Federal Ministry of Health and the World Health Organisations. Specifically, the state government said it is targeting over 1.2 million children under the ages of ni


UI Health Care researchers to test new flu ‎vaccine‏

University of Iowa researchers will help test one of two new investigational vaccines to prevent infection with the deadly H7N9 influenza virus. The Phase 2 studies are sponsored by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Re


C'River Calapharm to produce meningitis , Lassa fever ‎vaccine‏

Cross River state pharma-ceutical company, Cala-pharm, would soon begin production of drugs and vaccine to tackle the menace of deadly diseases such as meningitis and Lassa fever thereby stopping importation of drugs for such ail-ments, the State Commissioner for Commerce and Industry, Mr. Peter Aka


‎Vaccine‏ injury payouts - another trope that abuses NVICP statistics

Another day, another anti-vaccine trope finds it way out of the grave to enter the zombie apocalypse of anti-vaccine misinformation and lies. Today's zombie trope is the one that the NVICP (National Vaccine Injury Compensation Plan, see Note 1) payouts are so huge that they the "prove" that vaccines


National Research Council contribution plays key role in newly approved Ebola ‎vaccine‏

MONTREAL, March 20, 2018 /CNW/ - In response to the Ebola outbreak that claimed more than 10,000 lives in West Africa four years ago, Canada and China worked on a new Ebola vaccine. Created by the Chinese Academy of Military Medical Sciences' Bioengineering Institute and CanSino Biologics Inc., the

BUSINESS INSIDER - 2018-03-20 15:07:00

United States cholera ‎vaccine‏ -LRB- oral route -RRB- market insights shared in detailed report

Cholera Vaccine (Oral Route) Market is provided in the report based on product scope and market status & outlook. The market is segmented on the basis of type, end-users/application, and geography. The report provides information about the production, price, revenue, market share, and growth rate of

WHATECH.COM - 2018-03-20 14:26:57

Grant funds clinical trial of canine cancer ‎vaccine‏

Arizona State University received a grant of more than $6.4 million from the Open Philanthropy Project to test a multivalent frameshift peptide vaccine for canine cancer that was developed at the ASU Biodesign Institute's Center for Innovations in Medicine. The clinical trial will last about five ye


Experimental Ebola ‎vaccine‏ to be tested in humans next year

Clinical trials are scheduled to begin in Japan next year on an experimental whole-virus Ebola vaccine that has proven effective in monkeys. The vaccine is based on a form of the virus, developed at the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine, that provokes an immune response but canno


HPV ‎Vaccine‏ Becomes Available For Women Under 45 in Shanghai

In a major step forward in fighting cervical cancer, a human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine was made available in China for people under the age of 45 on March 8. Cervical cancer is caused by sexually acquired infection with certain types of HPV, with types 16 and 18 causing 70 percent of all cervica