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Active Citizenship Network: “For vaccination? Come back. I can’t tell you when."

Active Citizenship Network: “For vaccination? Come back. I can’t tell you when.”

The Active Citizenship Network’s Mariano Votta and Maira Cardillo detail the impact of COVID-19 on vaccination efforts across Italy. The situation is fraught: even within...
Taking biopharmaceutical vaccine candidates from research to clinical trial

Taking biopharmaceutical vaccine candidates from research to clinical trial

The Vaccine Development Department at Statens Serum Institut provides experience and expertise at each stage of the research and development process for biopharmaceutical vaccine...
New EU approved flu vaccine is designed to protect over 65’s

New EU approved flu vaccine is designed to protect over 65’s

The European Commission has given regulatory approval for the first adjuvanted quadrivalent influenza vaccine to become available across Europe and is designed to protect...
Coronavirus Global Response campaign aims for affordable vaccine for all

Coronavirus Global Response campaign aims for affordable vaccine for all

The European Commission’s Coronavirus Global Response campaign has teamed up with Global Citizen to launch the next phase of the campaign that aims to...
New microneedle vaccine could expand global immunisation capabilities

New microneedle vaccine could expand global immunisation capabilities

A new microneedle vaccine delivery system has been developed that has the potential to improve cellular immune responses in patients and expand global immunisation...
More effective pneumonia vaccine on the horizon

More effective pneumonia vaccine on the horizon

A more effective and less expensive pneumonia novel vaccine is on the horizon thanks to new research. The novel vaccine against pneumonia, developed by researchers...
Stem cells: what do bones have to do with boosting immunity?

Stem cells: what do bones have to do with boosting immunity?

A newly discovered memory that is stored in our bones has revealed the surprising role of stem cells in boosting our immunity. A  research team...
immune cell in action

The ‘Jekyll and Hyde’ of immune cells

Scientists from Trinity College, Dublin have identified a rare, new cell in the immune system with 'Jekyll and Hyde' properties. These cells play a key...
State of health in the EU: prevention and primary care important

State of health in the EU: prevention and primary care important

The European Commission has published reports that depict the profile of health systems in 30 countries. Country Health Profiles that analyse the state of health...
NHS England urge eligible people to get free flu vaccine

NHS England urge eligible people to get free flu vaccine

The primary school flu vaccination programme is resuming following temporary delay of nasal spray vaccine from the manufacturer. The NHS and Public Health England (PHE)...
General Election manifesto for UK pharmaceutical industry launched

General Election manifesto for UK pharmaceutical industry launched

The Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry has launched its General Election 2020 Manifesto for Medicine. The UK pharmaceutical industry body is calling on all...
MMR vaccine secured for UK private patients to protect supply

MMR vaccine secured for UK private patients to protect supply

New restrictions that have been put in place mean the MMR vaccine cannot be parallel exported from the UK, to protect stock for private...

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