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Universal meningitis vaccination is not cost-effective for all

Universal meningitis vaccination is not cost-effective for all

According to Johns Hopkins Medicine, providing universal meningitis vaccination against infection may be too costly to justify cases it would prevent. Meningitis vaccination is highly...
Have you heard the buzz about the new malaria prevention drugs?

Have you heard the buzz about the new malaria prevention drugs?

Researchers tested chemical compounds for their ability to inhibit malaria parasites at earlier stages & may have stumbled on new malaria prevention drugs. Chemical starting...
What does a freeze-dried polio vaccine mean for us?

What does a freeze-dried polio vaccine mean for us?

Researchers have created a freeze-dried polio vaccine that doesn't need refrigeration, meaning this could someday be used worldwide to eradicate polio. Researchers from the University...
Johnson & Johnson: collaboration advancing novel vaccine development for MERS

Johnson & Johnson: collaboration advancing novel vaccine development for MERS

Johnson & Johnson announced today a new collaboration that will support novel vaccine development against Middle East Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus (MERS-CoV). Janssen Vaccines & Prevention...
Cases of measles in adults and children hit record high in the European region

Cases of measles in adults hit record high in the European region

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), in the first six months of 2018 there were over 41,000 cases of measles in adults and...
Vaccines for animal and human health

Vaccines for animal and human health

Vaccines are understood to be one of the greatest breakthroughs in modern medicine. Here, Health Europa explores how vaccines have benefitted not only humans...
The past, present and future of Wageningen Bioveterinary Research

The past, present and future of Wageningen Bioveterinary Research

Dr Riks Maas and Professor Jeroen Kortekaas discuss the pioneering work of Wageningen Bioveterinary Research in the fields of viral vaccine development and animal...
One million Iraqis could see loss of health facilities due to funding gap

One million Iraqis could see loss of health facilities due to funding gap

Critical health facilities in Iraq are facing closures due to a lack of funding, which leaves nearly one million people without access to basic...
World Vaccine Congress Europe

World Vaccine Congress Europe 2018

The World Vaccine Congress Europe is the place to be for the latest news and developments in vaccine research – from antimicrobial resistance to...
New outbreaks of measles virus have been reported across EUEEA

New outbreaks of measles virus have been reported across EU/EEA

The outbreak of the measles virus continues across EU/EEA countries, according to the latest Communicable Diseases Threats Report (CDTR). In a report on the European...
World Vaccine Congress Europe 2018

World Vaccine Congress Europe 2018

World Vaccine Congress Europe 2018 will be taking place on 29-31 October in Lisbon, Portugal, a conference to provide research, development and strategic partnering...
European summer travel: have you had the MMR vaccination?

European summer travel: have you had the MMR vaccination?

Young adults are being urged to check they’ve had the MMR vaccination before they go travelling around Europe this summer due to large measles...

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