News file for: Vaccine
In the past decade of intensive farming industrialization, a deluge of viral diseases has threatened public health, writes Zaria Gorvett.
A new vaccine against Japanese encephalitis has been added by the World Health Organization (WHO) to its list of prequalified medicines.
Researchers studying the bird flu are looking for conditions that could lead to human transmission.
Bharat Biotech has launched the world’s first typhoid vaccine that can be given to infants older than six months.
Animal health company Zoetis has received regulatory approval by the Chinese Ministry of Agriculture for its swine vaccine, Rui Lan An.
Speculation about scientific theories without studying the facts may have negative public health consequences. Shuzhen Sim examines why.
A University of Queensland spin-off company is about to start clinical trials that could result in the prevention and treatment of genital herpes.
Taiwan-based vaccine maker Adimmune Corp says that it has the capacity to produce up to three million units per month of its preliminary H7N9 influenza vaccine.
The Government of India and Bharat Biotech have announced positive Phase III results from India’s first indigenous, low-priced rotavirus vaccine.
Singapore’s A*STAR and Switzerland’s Cytos Biotechnology AG today announced the initiation of Phase I trials for their H1N1 influenza vaccine candidate.