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Vaccines

Bill Gates conspiracy theories echo through...

Among the most popular claims in Africa is the idea that Gates wants to control mankind with the use of microchip implants or digital tattoos.

Don't let patent rows hamper search for virus...

World Health Organization member states last week adopted a resolution recognising that extensive immunisation against COVID-19 would be a "global public...

US drugmaker reports promising early results...

The Cambridge, Massachusetts-based company said the vaccine candidate, mRNA-1273, appeared to produce an immune response in eight people who received it...

UN launches global push to accelerate production...

"This is a landmark collaboration to accelerate the development, production and equitable distribution of vaccines, diagnostics, and therapeutics for COVID-19,"...

Lower trust in vaccines among people in richer...

A third (33 percent) of French people do not agree that immunization is safe, according to the poll of more than 140,000 people 15 and older across 144...

Are we close to getting HIV vaccine?

There are also vaccine studies that are already showing early positive results in humans and these are going to move into the next phase of trials. So,...

21 years later: Is the HIV vaccine around...

Much as 21 years of research may seem too long, there are vaccines that are in use today, but they took decades to develop.

The status of Hepatitis B vaccines in Uganda...

What makes Hepatitis B an infectious disease of public health importance is the fact that an excess of two billion people worldwide have been infected....

NDA appeals on counterfeit hepatitis B vaccines...

Dealers have been urged to desist from purchasing drugs from unlicensed medicine suppliers

How Facebook could stop a disease outbreak...

Immunising well-connected individuals would remove social "bridges" by which germs can spread, experts wrote in the Journal.

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