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What is polio? Everything you NEED to know

What is polio? Health Europa brings you everything you need to know about the disease, its origins, symptoms, how you can catch it, and...
Covid vaccines estimated to have prevented 19.8 million deaths in the first year

Covid vaccines prevented 19.8 million deaths in the first year

A modelling study has quantified that Covid vaccines have prevented 19.8 million out of a potential 31.4 million deaths in the first year. In the...
Scientists create a vaccine basis for a common pollen allergy

Scientists create a vaccine basis for a common pollen allergy

New research could mean scientists are getting closer to a vaccine for mugwort, a common pollen allergy. A research team at MedUni Vienna has discovered...
cervical cancer vaccine

ACCUVAC-PTE7 cervical cancer vaccine provides complete protection

In a groundbreaking advancement in the treatment of cancer, Defence Therapeutics has revealed that the company’s AccuVAC-PTE7 cervical cancer vaccine completely protects against the...
The future of an Epstein-Barr virus vaccine

The future of an Epstein-Barr virus vaccine

Concerning findings on the Epstein-Barr virus have led to urgency in efforts to develop the first vaccine. The Epstein-Barr virus usually appears in early childhood...
aerosol vaccines

Inhaled aerosol vaccines may provide the most robust disease protection

Research conducted at McMaster University has identified that inhaled aerosol vaccines may provide more potent and longer-lasting protection from infectious diseases than nasal sprays. Nasal...
mRNA vaccines

New chemical process may help design mRNA vaccines for all diseases

A Japanese research team has pioneered a new all-chemical process that may significantly advance vaccine technology, enabling scientists to design mRNA vaccines for a...
11th vaccine for COVID-19 approved for emergency use

11th vaccine for COVID-19 approved for emergency use

The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued an emergency use listing (EUL) for CONVIDECIA, the 11th vaccine for COVID-19. COVID-19 vaccine developments has come a...
Pfizer Covid vaccine

Pfizer Covid vaccine prevented over 110,000 deaths in the US

A new study has revealed that the Pfizer Covid vaccine prevented over 110,000 deaths since its widespread implementation in the US. The Pfizer Covid vaccine...

Enhancing the efficacy of cancer vaccines and antibody drug conjugates

In its quest to optimise treatment for cancer and infectious diseases, Defence Therapeutics illustrates how its groundbreaking Accum technology elevates the performance of vaccines...
Epstein-Barr virus

Vaccine for Epstein-Barr virus to undergo a clinical trial

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIH) has announced performing an early-stage clinical trial to assess an Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) vaccine. The Phase...
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Racial discrimination in healthcare may have increased vaccine hesitancy

Research emerging from the UK suggests that one in 10 people from ethnic minority groups who were reluctant to receive a COVID-19 vaccine experienced...
Vaccine for paratyphoid fever begins human trials

Vaccine for paratyphoid fever begins human trials

Exciting developments are being made for a paratyphoid fever vaccine as human trials begin in Oxford. Salmonella Paratyphi A is a bacterium that can cause...
Over one million African children receive first vaccine for malaria

Over one million African children receive first vaccine for malaria

The World Health Organization (WHO) has revealed that over one million children in Ghana, Kenya and Malawi have received one or more doses of...
Malaria mRNA Vaccine

Scientists investigate protein for malaria mRNA vaccine

A research team from Brazil’s Federal University of Santa Catarina intends to utilise technology to discover the ‘perfect’ protein to develop a malaria mRNA...
Fitness bands reveal physiological responses to the COVID-19 vaccine

Fitness bands reveal physiological responses to the COVID-19 vaccine

Researchers from Scripps Research finds data from fitness bands and other wearable devices can track physiological response to the COVID-19 vaccination. The research team analysed...
Covid vaccine hesitancy

The drivers of Covid vaccine hesitancy revealed

A study performed by Canadian researchers has highlighted the causes of Covid vaccine hesitancy among older adults – a group known to be at...
Cervical Cancer Vaccine

Cervical cancer vaccine to eliminate the disease worldwide

A research team from the University of Washington’s School of Medicine has noted that successful administration of the cervical cancer vaccine could potentially eliminate...
vaccine safety

Scientists use smart sensors to assess vaccine safety accurately

Researchers from Tel Aviv University (TAU) have utilised smart sensors to evaluate vaccine safety for the first time ever, an innovation that looks to...
Over one million spring COVID-19 booster vaccines delivered by NHS

Over one million administered the spring COVID-19 booster vaccine by NHS

Over one million people have received a spring COVID-19 booster vaccine in just over two weeks as part of the NHS COVID-19 vaccination programme. The...

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