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1. Colorado, Nation Face Dangerous Flu Season
February 02, 2018

Health officials are warning people to take precautions as Colorado and the country face a particularly bad flu season. ER Specialists Urgency Center is ready to help treat all flu symptoms from minor to severe and still has a supply of flu vaccine left. As of Jan. 13, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that 32 states have experienced high flu activity. Colorado is among nine other states experiencing moderate activity. While “moderate” by CDC standards, it is widespread in Colorado as the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reports that 2,366 peo... (read more)

Author: John Doe

2. Maintaining Male Organ Health with the HPV Vaccine
December 21, 2017

By now many men have heard of the HPV vaccine for women. This vaccine is vitally important to help sensually active women avoid HPV infection, which is one of the most common reasons for cervical cancer. But men who want to ensure the best possible member care should also get the vaccine, as it is designed to provide many protections for everyone, not just the females in the equation. Here’s what a man needs to know. What is HPV, anyway? Also known as human papillomavirus, HPV is one of the most common viruses among adults. In fact, the CDC reports that most people will be infected... (read more)

Author: man health

3. Rising prevalence of chronic diseases & Inclusion of Several New Vaccines in National Immunization
January 22, 2017

“Launch of Anti TB drugs, introduction of IPV and several other vaccines in the national immunization programme to drive the India Pediatric Drugs and Vaccines Market” India pediatric drugs and vaccine market has witnessed tremendous growth in the last five years largely due to high number of annual births recorded at around 25 million, launch of generic formulations of several pediatric drugs including flavored TB drugs, inclusion of several vaccines in the national immunization schedule of the country and inclining coverage of children vaccination under national immunization schedule. ... (read more)

Author: Ankur Gupta

4. AIDS Vaccine Trial Begins in South Africa
December 02, 2016

Just before this year's World AIDS Day, South Africa launched a multiyear trial of a vaccine that might save millions of lives and help put an end to AIDS. VOA's Carol Pearson reports expectations are high.... (read more)

5. AIDS Vaccine Trial Begins in South Africa
December 02, 2016

South Africa has just launched a multi-year trial of a vaccine that might save millions of lives and help put an end to AIDS. It’s the first AIDS vaccine trial in seven years, and hopes are high, not just in South Africa, but around the world. The search for an AIDS vaccine has been long and frustrating. Dr. Anthony Fauci at the National Institutes of Health has spent his career studying HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. His agency is co-funding the trial. “The challenge that we have...... (read more)

6. AIDS Vaccine Trial Underway in South Africa
November 30, 2016

For nearly three decades, every December 1, we've heard about the tragedy of AIDS. And it is tragic. The virus has tens of killed millions of people, often in the prime of life, and it's left behind millions of orphans. But now, on this World AIDS Day, VOA's Carol Pearson has a message of hope... (read more)

7. Antibodies Offer Hope in Battling AIDS
November 29, 2016

As World AIDS Day approaches Dec. 1, new research is offering hope for further treatment options and, perhaps, even a vaccine.   When the first World AIDS Day was held in 1988, infection was a death sentence. Today, there is lifesaving treatment. In Thailand, researchers eliminated mother-to-child HIV transmission, the first country in Asia to do so. In South Africa, a major clinical trial of an experimental AIDS vaccine aims to reduce the risk of HIV infection by 50 percent. In...... (read more)

8. Study: Use of Dengue Vaccine Effective in Some Regions, Risky in Others
November 29, 2016

The World Health Organization is continuing to assess the risks and benefits of the first vaccine developed to prevent dengue fever.   A study, published in September, concluded that the vaccine, called Dengvaxia, could have a positive impact in regions where there is a high incidence of dengue, preventing one in five hospitalizations, but could be problematic in other areas. A new report, commissioned by WHO and spearheaded by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine,...... (read more)

9. HIV Vaccine Trial to Begin in South Africa
November 27, 2016

A new clinical trial is underway in South Africa on an experimental vaccine that could safely prevent HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. According to a statement from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the HVTN 702 is the largest and most advanced HIV vaccine clinical trial to be undertaken in South Africa, where some seven million people are living with the virus. The director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), which is part of the NIH, Anthony...... (read more)

10. Haiti Vaccinating Nearly 1 Million for Cholera in Storm Zone
November 09, 2016

Health authorities in Haiti have begun a campaign to vaccinate 800,000 people for cholera in areas hit hardest by Hurricane Matthew. Ministry of Health nurses are administering the oral medication in the southwestern departments of Sud and Grand' Anse. There have been around 3,500 suspected cases of the water-borne illness since the hurricane. The vaccine provides about six months of protection.   The Pan American Health Organization said Wednesday that international...... (read more)

11. Antibody Seen as Breakthrough in Fight Against Zika
November 07, 2016

In a potential breakthrough in the fight against Zika, researchers have discovered an antibody that could potentially be fashioned into a vaccine to protect pregnant women against the mosquito-borne virus.  Called ZIKV-117, the antibody — or immune system protein — was isolated from a patient who had been infected with Zika virus.  In a study of pregnant mice infected with the mosquito-borne pathogen, ZIKV-117 protected the fetus against infection. The antibody, which...... (read more)

12. US Approves Clinical Trial of Cuban Lung Cancer Vaccine
October 26, 2016

Federal regulators have given approval for U.S. clinical trials of a Cuban-developed lung cancer vaccine. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced the Food and Drug Administration’s decision Wednesday at the Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo. Lung cancer is the second most commonly diagnosed cancer in both men and women, according to the American Cancer Society, which estimates nearly 160,000 Americans will die from the disease this year, with non-small cell cancer the most...... (read more)

13. Uber Offers Free Flu Vaccine
October 25, 2016

Ride hailing service Uber is offering free flu shots to customers in select U.S. cities. “This flu season, we’re delivering free flu-fighting care packages across the country,” the company said in a blog post. “When you receive a pack, you’ll have the option to request a free flu shot from a registered nurse – for up to 5 people.” According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, flu infects from 5 to 20 percent of the population each year. Over 4,000 people died in the...... (read more)

14. UNICEF: Vaccine Price Drop Will Save Millions of Child Lives
October 19, 2016

The U.N. Children’s Fund reports a steep drop in the price of a crucial childhood vaccine will prevent millions of deaths in dozens of the world’s poorest countries. The U.N. children’s fund reports 1.5 million children under five die each year from illnesses preventable by vaccines. Thanks to a breakthrough deal with six pharmaceutical companies to lower the price of a pentavalent vaccine many of these deaths will be averted. Director of UNICEF’s supply and procurement headquarters,...... (read more)

15. WHO Sends Cholera Vaccine to Haiti, Hopes to Prevent Epidemic
October 11, 2016

The World Health Organization is rushing an oral cholera vaccine and other essential treatments to Haiti to try to prevent an epidemic of the fatal disease among victims of Hurricane Matthew.  WHO cholera expert, Dominique Legros, warns that the risk of cholera increasing is great because heavy flooding left by Hurricane Matthew is likely to contaminate the water. In Haiti, Interim President Jocelerme Privert said 13 people have died of cholera since the hurricane hit, CNN...... (read more)

16. US Health Officials: Zika Funding Delay Hurt Effort to Fight Virus
October 03, 2016

Top U.S. health officials said on Monday the long delay in getting Congress to approve funding to fight the Zika virus came at a heavy cost in dealing with what they called a serious public health threat. They said the $1.1 billion in newly approved funding for Zika would be used to expand mosquito control programs, accelerate vaccine development, and begin important studies of its effect on babies and children born to mothers infected during pregnancy. President Barack Obama in...... (read more)

17. Old Vaccine Brings India New Hope in Fight Against Leprosy
September 30, 2016

India's decision to conduct new trials on the world’s first leprosy vaccine is eliciting hope it will help eliminate the dreaded disease from the country. Following a declaration by the World Health Organization (WHO), India has been officially counted as a leprosy-free country since 2005, meaning less than one person in 10,000 people is afflicted with disease. Many experts, however, say the true rate of infection is much higher, accounting for more than 60 percent of the world’s new...... (read more)

18. Experimental Zika Vaccine Protects Monkeys
September 22, 2016

Researchers are getting closer to a vaccine against Zika virus, which causes severe birth defects in the babies of women who become infected while pregnant. The experimental Zika vaccine being worked on by researchers at the National Institutes of Health is a newer generation of vaccine, which uses DNA technology to trigger the body's immune response. That is a different approach than traditional vaccines take. They use weakened or killed viruses to stimulate an immune response...... (read more)

19. Scientists Take Lesson From Immune System in Hunt for HIV Vaccine
September 09, 2016

Scientists are one step closer to success in the battle against HIV with an experimental vaccine designed to retrain the body's immune system to attack the virus that causes AIDS. A vaccine has been elusive in part because the AIDS virus mutates rapidly, making it a moving target for researchers.  However, in a small fraction of people who have been infected for a couple of years, their immune systems learn to recognize the viral mutations, cranking out “broadly neutralizing...... (read more)

20. Dengue Fever Vaccine Could Cause Severe Illness
September 01, 2016

The first vaccine marketed to prevent dengue fever could be making people sick, according to a new study. The authors are urging public health officials to consider carefully which individuals to vaccinate, to prevent severe illness. An estimated 400 million people globally are infected each year with dengue fever, a mosquito-borne virus found most often in tropical regions. People who live in dengue-prone areas frequently are infected more than once, but most suffer relatively mild...... (read more)

21. Customizable Vaccine Could Fight Numerous Diseases
August 18, 2016

As the Zika virus spreads through the Americas and into the United States, there's been a scramble to develop a vaccine against it. Some of those vaccines are now entering clinical trials. Omar Kahn, a chemical engineer at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, hopes his customizable vaccine will soon follow. The vaccine uses messenger RNA, a genetic material that researchers program to fight any disease-causing organism by stimulating an amplified immune response in the body. The...... (read more)

22. Customizable Vaccine Could Fight Numerous Diseases
August 18, 2016

A new vaccine that researchers say could be designed and developed in a week can be customized to protect against any number of diseases, including Zika and potentially cancer. VOA's Jessica Berman reports.... (read more)

23. Afghanistan to Restart Polio Vaccine Campaign After IS Retreat
August 15, 2016

Afghanistan will restart a polio vaccination drive in the coming days for thousands of children in remote eastern regions previously controlled by the Islamic State, provincial authorities say. Polio vaccinations have been on hold for more than 18 months because health workers were not able to safely travel to three restive districts in Nangarhar province, which borders Pakistan. In all, the new drive will attempt to reach 137 districts in 14 provinces where the polio virus is...... (read more)

24. Polio Is Back in Nigeria; Immunization Drive Begins Monday
August 12, 2016

The polio virus struck Nigeria just as the country was set to celebrate an important anniversary this week - two years of being polio free. Now two children infected by polio are paralyzed for life. The virus attacked in Borno, a northern state that borders Niger, Chad and Cameroon. Borno is where Boko Haram militants have their stronghold. It's also a place where, at times, being a polio vaccine worker is dangerous. Fighting in this area makes it difficult to get all children...... (read more)

25. Three Experimental Zika Vaccines Protect Rhesus Monkeys
August 04, 2016

Three experimental Zika vaccine candidates have completely protected rhesus macaque monkeys from infection, scientists announced Thursday, and human clinical trials of one of the vaccines are set to begin this fall.   Researchers at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research in Maryland and Harvard University in Boston said in June that they had developed two vaccines against Zika that protected mice. Since then, a third vaccine, using a harmless cold virus, has been developed, and all of them shielded nonhuman primates against the mosquito-borne virus in experiments reported this w... (read more)

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