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Opinion:

17/05/10

Vaccinate before pandemics strike

… To ensure equitable access to vaccines, people must be immunised before a pandemic strikes, says Klaus Stöhr of Novartis. …

Opinion:

16/03/10

Vaccine research for peace

Collaborative research between the United States and Islamic countries can reduce disease and promote peace, says …

Feature:

03/09/08

Vaccinating against 'Cantonese cancer'

… Trials of a vaccine to prevent nasopharyngeal cancer will start soon in China, where it mainly affects the Cantonese-speaking population. …

News:

11/12/03

Scientists create Ebola vaccine

… Researchers have developed a vaccine that effectively immunises mice against the deadly Ebola virus. …

News:

14/12/01

What price vaccines?

… Some partially effective vaccines could result in more severe forms of the disease in unvaccinated individuals, according to a new analysis. …

News:

20/09/12

Thailand vaccine trial edges closer to dengue vaccine

… A dengue fever vaccine trial in Thailand has raised hopes, but scientists say more research is needed to prove its effectiveness. …

Feature:

15/10/04

Bird flu: to vaccinate or not to vaccinate?

… Dennis Normile explores the current opinions and policy decisions regarding vaccinating poultry to control the spread of bird flu. …

News:

24/07/15

Green light for malaria vaccine

… Benefits outweigh risks despite offering only modest protection Move opens door for vaccination … campaigns in Africa But vaccine may give people false sense of security …

SciDev.Net at large:

20/03/15

Modern warfare imperils vaccination workers

Surveys are showing that health workers are no longer always trusted in today’s muddled war zones.

News:

16/05/13

India develops cheap rotavirus vaccine

… A cheap vaccine developed in India against rotavirus could add substantially to protection against diarrhoea. …

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