Posts in: vaccine

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The end of biomedical research on U.S. chimps may imperil their wild brethren

The end of biomedical research on U.S. chimps may imperil their wild brethren

Chimpanzee research was once done for the benefit of humans. Now, some researchers think it’s essential for saving the great apes.

By | Posted February 17, 2017

Dengue fever vaccine inches to approval

Dengue fever vaccine inches to approval

Newly completed clinical trials show the vaccine works, but perhaps not well enough

By | Posted November 26, 2014

Dengue fever vaccine remains elusive

Dengue fever vaccine remains elusive

Much-anticipated trial produces mixed results

By | Posted October 15, 2012

Viruses, master camouflagers, and the "right stuff" for space

Viruses, master camouflagers, and the “right stuff” for space

Our favorite from the week

By | Posted July 29, 2011

Avoiding Risk at Your Own Risk

Avoiding Risk at Your Own Risk

Studies Show Childhood Vaccination Exemptions May Be Overused, Create Larger Public Health Problems

By | Posted February 26, 2010

Chasing the Dream: The World’s Most Powerful Malaria Vaccine

Chasing the Dream: The World’s Most Powerful Malaria Vaccine

After decades of abandonment, an unlikely experimental malaria vaccine is stirring again, promising to outshine all other candidates in the pharmaceutical pipeline.

By | Posted June 1, 2009

Why is there not a vaccine for HIV?

Why is there not a vaccine for HIV?

Asks Alex from Philadelphia

By | Posted November 17, 2008

Inside the “Vaccine Court”

Inside the “Vaccine Court”

A court with no judge, no jury and a controversial treatment of science takes center stage in the autism-vaccine debate.

By | Posted July 25, 2008

Green Vaccines?

By | Posted June 12, 2008

From Autoimmunity to HIV

By | Posted June 11, 2008

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