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An article from The Hindu
July 24, 2013 - IT tool developed to curb dengue, malaria   July 24, 2013--A unique IT tool, which uses a cluster technique in data mining, the Self Oragnizing Map (SOM), has been developed to control and reduce the outbreak of mosquito-borne...
An article from The New York Times
July 24, 2013 - Whooping Cough Vaccine Lags in Efficacy   July 24, 2013--The New York Times reports on a recent study in The BMJ which examined the effectiveness of the Tdap vaccine in California between 2010 and 2011. The results of the study...
An article from the South China Morning Post
July 23, 2013 - Tin Shui Wai hit by third case of Japanese encephalitis   July 23, 2013 -- A 13-year-old boy from Tin Shui Wai has been confirmed to have contracted the deadly Japanese encephalitis in the district's third reported case in two...
An article from the Times of India
July 23, 2013 - Yellow fever vaccine to be available from next week   Due to a breakdown of facilities at the Central Research Institute in Kasauli and low global levels of yellow fever vaccine, India has been experiencing a yellow fever vaccine...
An article from the Times of India
July 23, 2013 - Biological E's Japanese encephalitis vaccine prequalified by WHO The Times of India reported on the announcement from Biological E Limited, an Indian biopharmaceutical company, and Valneva SE, a European biotech company, stating...
An article from The Nation
July 23, 2013 - Sanofi set to make dengue vaccine   July 23, 2013--Sanofi Pasteur has announced that it has a factory ready to start producing the world's first dengue vaccine once it is ready. Though the company is still waiting for results of a...
July 23, 2013 - Somalia: Polio Outbreak Kills 11 People in Hiraan Region   July 23, 2013 -- A polio outbreak in Somalia has claimed at killed at least 11 lives in Hiraan region of south central Somalia, Garowe Online reports. Speaking on Puntland-...
An article from Vaccine News Daily
July 22, 2013 - First case of West Nile fever reported in EU/EEA July 22, 2013--Vaccine News Daily reports that the European Union's first case of West Nile fever was reported in the Attiki region of Greece earlier this week. Read more here.
An article from Vaccine News Daily
July 22, 2013 - Electronic health records shown to help stop preventable disease   July 22, 2013--Vaccine News Daily reports on the results of a recent study conducted at Columbia University's School of Nursing in New York, United States, which...
An article from The New York Times
July 21, 2013 - Pakistan Battles Polio, and Its People's Mistrust   July 21, 2013--This New York Times piece explores the social challenges facing Pakistan's polio eradication program. Thanks to the fake vaccination campaign staged by the US...
An article from Shots, National Public Radio (USA)'s health blog
July 20, 2013 - Polio Eradication Suffers A Setback As Somali Outbreak Worsens July 20, 2013--Shots, the health blog of US National Public Radio (NPR), reports that "Twenty new cases of polio were this week in Somalia by the Global Polio...
An article from the Wall Street Journal
July 19, 2013 - Fifteen Years After Autism Panic, a Plague of Measles Erupts July 21, 2013--The Wall Street Journal reports on the costs of a false conception of connections between measles vaccination and measles, due to a 1998 study published in...
An interview with Vaccines Today
July 19, 2013 - IAIM ad hoc President interviews with Vaccines Today BRUSSELS--July 19, 2013--Vaccines Today, an online portal supported by Vaccines Europe, intervewed the ad hoc President of IAIM, Dr. David Salisbury, about the critical role of...
An article from The Economist
July 19, 2013 - Polio Vaccines: Injecting Competition   July 19, 2013--Dr. Cyrus Poonawalla, founder and Chief Executive of the Serum Institute of India, has said that the company is preparing to sell inactivated polio vaccines (IPV) at nearly...
An article from the International Business Times
July 18, 2013 - Despite Rising Number of Deaths, SARS-Like MERS-CoV is Still NOT a Global Health Menace – WHO July 18, 2013 -- Despite a steadily rising number of deaths now at 45 worldwide, the Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-...
An article from VaccineNation
July 11, 2013 - 4 potential game-changers that could eliminate the cold chain July 11, 2013--This article outlines four technologies in development that may change the way that vaccines are stored, delivered and administered. These techologies...
An interview with News Medical
July 11, 2013 - Immunization in developing countries: an interview with Dr. Jos Vandelaer, Chief of Immunization for UNICEF   July 11, 2013--In this interview, Dr. Jos Vandelaer, Chief of Immunization for UNICEF, discusses some of the biggest...
An article from VaccineNation (US)
July 11, 2013 - The need for an unbroken cold chain is one of the biggest challenges to global vaccine access. The requirement for vaccines to be kept sufficiently cold during transport makes vaccine distribution to some countries extremely...
An interview with Vaccines Today
July 10, 2013 -     IAIM Secretariat Director interviews with Vaccines Today BRUSSELS--July 10, 2013--Vaccines Today, an online portal supported by Vaccines Europe, intervewed the Director of the IAIM Secretariat, Mr. Peter Carrasco, about the...
An article from VaccineNation
July 10, 2013 - Novartis teams with India’s Biological E for typhoid vaccine development   July 10, 2013--Novartis and the Indian biotechnology company Biological E have made a development and licensing agreement to offer accessible and affordable...

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