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By Guest Author On Wednesday, September 7th, 2022
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6 Types of Vaccines and How They Work

Infectious diseases have existed for millions of years. But, humanity learned how to prevent them only recently – in fact, the first known vaccine was developed only in 1798. It contained a small strain of cowpox More...

By Guest Author On Wednesday, August 18th, 2021
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Dr Michael Everest on His Passion for Medical Research and How The Everest Foundation is Helping

Dr. Michael Everest saw the doctor shortage around him and created The Everest Foundation to help fund medical research. It provides opportunities for Fellowships and Scholarships for post-graduate students and More...

By The Dispatch On Saturday, January 19th, 2019
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Universal Flu Vaccine: Senators ask NIAID for update

About one year ago, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of the National Institutes of Health announced the details of a strategic plan for addressing the research areas essential More...

By Robert On Saturday, June 23rd, 2018
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Philippines: National Hepatitis B Sero-prevalence Survey to be conducted

The Philippines Department of Health (DOH) is setting out to determine how prevalent hepatitis B doing a sero-prevalence survey that began this month. An important question DOH wants to answer is, How many Filipino More...

By The Dispatch On Friday, July 21st, 2017
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Cow antibodies yield important clues for developing a broadly effective HIV vaccine

Cows are leaving the pasture and entering the field…of HIV vaccine research. As outlined in a study published today in Nature, lead author Devin Sok, Director, Antibody Discovery and Development at the International More...

By The Dispatch On Friday, July 21st, 2017
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Flu vaccine with four times the antigen reduces hospital visits for nursing home residents: Study

The fact that vaccines typically don’t work as well in older people presents a challenge to influenza vaccine makers, particularly because the illness often results in serious respiratory infections in frail More...

By The Dispatch On Wednesday, April 26th, 2017
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Vaccines: Heat-stable versions saves money, protects more people according to MSF study

Replacing the standard vaccines currently recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO)—most of which require refrigeration—with heat-stable versions would save money and increase protection of women, children More...

By Robert On Wednesday, March 15th, 2017
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Vaccines, aborted fetal tissue and the Christian

I recently did an interview with the creator of the WI-38 cell strain, Leonard Hayflick, PhD on the Outbreak News This Week Radio Show. Who is Dr Hayflick? In 1962, Leonard Hayflick created a cell strain from an More...

By The Dispatch On Tuesday, March 14th, 2017
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Ebola vaccines provide immune responses after 1 year

Immune responses to Ebola vaccines at one year after vaccination are examined in a new study appearing in the March 14 issue of JAMA. Ebola virus Image/CDC The Ebola virus vaccine strategies evaluated by the World More...

By The Dispatch On Tuesday, March 7th, 2017
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Horsepox vaccine to prevent smallpox infection: ‘A safer vaccine to protect against smallpox’

Tonix Pharmaceuticals Holding Corp. (Tonix), a company that is developing innovative pharmaceutical products to address public health challenges, working with researchers from the University of Alberta, a leading More...

By The Dispatch On Saturday, December 17th, 2016
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Zika vaccine survey: More than 40 percent would not be interested

As scientists race to create a vaccine for the Zika virus, new research from the University of Georgia suggests almost half of Americans wouldn’t be interested in getting the shot even if public health officials More...

By Robert On Saturday, December 17th, 2016
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Romania measles outbreak grows, officials lower age to give vaccine

The measles outbreak in Romania has more than doubled since late October, according to Romania’s Ministry of Health. The outbreak tally has grown to 1,725, up from about 800 a month and a half ago. Measles More...

By The Dispatch On Thursday, October 20th, 2016
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UNICEF obtains pentavalent vaccine at lowest-ever price

Breakthrough prices have been achieved with six vaccine suppliers who offered to price pentavalent vaccine at an 84 cents a dose average – half the price that the UN children’s agency currently pays. In the More...

By The Dispatch On Monday, June 6th, 2016
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ADF defends Christer and Annie Johansson against Sweden who took their son ‘for homeschooling’

ADF International filed an application with the European Court of Human Rights in the case of Johansson v. Sweden. Christer and Annie Johansson want their 14-year-old son Domenic to be returned by the Swedish state More...

By The Dispatch On Wednesday, May 4th, 2016
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Alberta: Pertussis increases in South Zone prompts calls for vaccination

Alberta Health Services (AHS) is reminding the public of the importance of immunization in light of  increases in the number of cases of whooping cough (pertussis) confirmed in the South Zone. Public domain photo/John More...

By The Dispatch On Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016
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Ebola vaccine: Promising phase I trials

“The results for tolerability, safety, and the immune response to the vaccine candidate are very promising,” explains Prof Marylyn Addo. The antibodies which developed against the virus were still detectable More...

By The Dispatch On Monday, May 2nd, 2016
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Pharos to begin Phase 1 clinical trials of its Zika vaccine candidate this fall

Pharos Biologicals, LLC (Pharos) has been awarded the exclusive worldwide licenses for a patented Lysosome-Associated Membrane Protein (LAMP) DNA vaccine technology, as well as for certain nanotechnologies to deliver More...

By The Dispatch On Wednesday, November 4th, 2015
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Pediatrics: 21% of pediatricians dismiss families who refuse to vaccinate their children

One in five pediatricians dismiss families who refuse to vaccinate their children, according to findings published Monday in the journal Pediatrics and based on research by faculty from the University of Colorado More...

By The Dispatch On Friday, October 30th, 2015
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Japanese researchers step forward to Toxoplasma vaccine development

Toxoplasma gondii is a common parasite which causes the development of fatal encephalosis or pneumonia in immunodeficient patients under treatment of AIDS or cancer. Pregnant women who are infected may suffer a More...

By Brandon Jones On Tuesday, April 14th, 2015
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Australia to force vaccinations or lose socialized medicine coverage

“No jab, no pay” is the headline as Australia has moved strongly for the government to force vaccinations on all children and intimidate parents into compliance, even it’s against their religion. Many More...


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