An antibody produced by llamas seems particularly effective at neutralizing a key protein of the novel coronavirus.
Human-challenge trials are not without risk, but they could speed up the process.
New research suggests anti-vaxxers overestimate all problems associated with mortality.
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Misinformation is rampant—but it is the Internet.
Georgia State University researchers have created a novel nanoparticle vaccine.
The possibility of an easy, non-invasive detection method arises.
Researchers recently discovered an antibody that totally disrupts the influenza virus's ability to replicate; it could be used to design a universal flu vaccine.
Ferrets are not humans, but this new drug is showing promise.
A new immunotherapy treatment is showing positive signs in early-stage clinical trials.
An outbreak in the number of measles cases in the UK has resulted in the country losing its World Health Organization dedicated “measles-free” status. The culprits responsible for this decline: […]
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A large new study uses an online game to inoculate people against fake news.
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Finally, a means for battling the anti-vaccination movement.
A new study from the University of Pittsburgh details how the anti-vaxx movement has divided and grown.
A bill in New York would let older kids get vaccinations against their parents' wishes.
As Facebook and YouTube move to moderate anti-vaccination content, Amazon has given no indication that it plans to do the same.
Scientists are developing vaccines for migraines and sciatica (back pain) – a win in the war against the overprescription of opioid drugs.
The spike in measles cases stems from three outbreaks in Washington and New York.
Officials have reported 25 confirmed cases so far.
The rise of anti-scientific thinking and conspiracy is a concerning trend.
"History matters, and we now know that hysteresis is part of the answer," wrote the author of a recent study.
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Pfizer's Susan Silbermann explains the superhuman effort involved in getting vaccines to the people who need them most.
Pfizer's partnerships strengthen their ability to deliver vaccines in developing countries.