A new analysis of progress in the global fight against malaria has found a four-fold increase in annual funding for malaria research and development (R&D) in just 16 years
Archive - June 2011
Clinical trial results have shown that some strains of the Helicobacter pylori bacteria (H. pylori) are well tolerated in humans
A potential new protocol to protect pregnant women who are at risk for hepatitis B –
The United Nations has declared that a long-term, global vaccination campaign has completely eradicated a disease
Summer mass events have the potential to quickly spread infectious diseases – especially measles – due to the large number of people, from many different countries, all meeting in the same space and time.
A two-year-old has been confirmed to have polio in Diamer District of Gilgit-Baltistan region, northern Pakistan
France has reported a cluster of eight patients with bloody diarrhoea who were infected with E.coli
The World Health Organization (WHO) has granted prequalification for Typhim Vi®, a typhoid Vi polysaccharide vaccine,
To halt a spike in pertussis cases and deaths in infants, pregnant women now are advised to get a booster shot of the pertussis vaccine in their late second or third trimester.