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Pneumococcal disease is a leading cause of serious illness in children and adults throughout the world. The disease is caused by a common bacterium, Streptococcus pneumoniae, or pneumococcus, a gram-p...
In The Lancet, Warner K Huh and colleagues1 report their final analysis of a randomised, double-blind trial of 14 215 women, aged 16–26 years, testing the quadrivalent human papillomavirus (qHPV; ...
CULVER CITY, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–NantKwest and Nantworks today announced at the 2017 Annual American Society for Clinical Oncology meeting (ASCO) in Chicago, IL the expansion of the com...
BioNTech has published results from the first clinical trial for an mRNA-based individualized vaccine with the potential to target all cancer types. Published in Nature, the results from the first t...
When we hear phrases like vaccine objection, vaccine refusal and anti-vaxxers, it's easy to assume these are new labels used in today's childhood vaccination debates.
(Reuters Health) - Religious young women are less knowledgeable about a vaccine that guards against several different types of cancer, suggests a new study from Utah.
WEDNESDAY, May 10, 2017 -- Development of a Zika vaccine is proceeding rapidly, but it still will be years before such a vaccine is available to the public, says the author of a new report on research...
The vaccine adds three more targets to a human vaccine candidate that showed promise
I abstained from an FDA committee vote on the safety of a new vaccine because it was impossible to tell if the vaccine increases heart attack risk.
A randomized, controlled clinical trial to evaluate the immunogenicity of a PreS/S hepatitis B vaccine Sci-B-Vac™, as compared to Engerix B(®), among vaccine naïve and vaccine non-responder dialysis patients.
Dialysis patients have a suboptimal response to hepatitis B (HBV) vaccination. This study aimed to compare the immunogenicity of two vaccines: the third-generation Sci-B-Vac™ vs. the second-generati...
Human papillomavirus (HPV) is the causative agent of 5% of human cancers. HPV infection is necessary for the development of cervical cancer and is responsible of a variable percentage of cancers of an...
HIV-infected patients of all ages frequently underperform in response to seasonal influenza vaccination, despite virologic control of HIV. The molecular mechanisms governing this impairment, as well a...
Drug induction of Hb F seems to be an ideal therapy for patients with hemoglobin (Hb) disorders, and many efforts have been made to reveal the mechanism behind it. Thus, we examined in vivo expression...
Pneumonia is an inflammatory disease of the lung, responsible for high morbidity and mortality worldwide. It is caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, or other microorganisms. Streptococcus pneumoniae, a...