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- Injection-free vaccination technique could address global vaccine challenge for HIV, malaria Injection-free vaccination technique could address global vaccine challenge for HIV, malaria
Scientists have demonstrated the ability to deliver a dried live vaccine to the skin without a traditional needle, and shown for the first time that this technique is powerful enough to enable specialized immune cells in the skin to kick-st [...]
- Researchers pioneer treatment for viral infection common in children Researchers pioneer treatment for viral infection common in children
Researchers have discovered a new way in which a very common childhood disease could be treated. In the first year of life, 65 per cent of babies get infected by Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV). This causes bronchiolitis, and is thought t [...]
- Two-step immunotherapy attacks advanced ovarian cancer Two-step immunotherapy attacks advanced ovarian cancer
Most ovarian cancer patients are diagnosed with late stage disease that is unresponsive to existing therapies. In a new study, researchers show that a two-step personalized immunotherapy treatment -- a dendritic cell vaccine using patients' [...]
- Novel pathway for a mucosal TB vaccine Novel pathway for a mucosal TB vaccine
A new pathway for improving vaccines against tuberculosis has been discovered by microbiologists.
- Attitudes toward HPV vaccination for boys Attitudes toward HPV vaccination for boys
A new study has found that low-income and minority parents/guardians were receptive toward vaccinating boys against Human Papilloma Virus. However, racial/ethnic differences emerged in attitudes regarding school-entry mandates.