Tag: Vaccines

CEPI to Fund Three Programmes to Develop Vaccines Against the Novel Coronavirus

CEPI, the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations, announced the initiation of three programmes to develop vaccines against the novel coronavirus, nCoV-2019. The programmes will leverage ra...

HIV First-in-class Pipeline Sees High Levels of Innovation

The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) pipeline is robust, with 450 products in active development that display a high degree of novelty and diversity. Promisingly, there are 87 first-in-class product...

Regulation of Autogenous Vaccines

Antimicrobial resistance to medicinal products for human use and veterinary medicinal products is a growing health problem in the European Union and worldwide. The use of antimicrobial medicinal produ...

A Russian Vaccine Against Haemophilus Influenzae

This year, the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation may increase the list of risk groups for mandatory vaccination against infections caused by Haemophilus influenzae. There is no local drug o...

In China Approved Home-grown Vaccines

According to a recent article, China has approved a number of home-grown vaccines, offering alternatives to global drugmakers’ products. According to a notice released by China’s National Medical ...

Boehringer Ingelheim Expanded Plant in Georgia for $76m

Boehringer Ingelheim, a leading provider of animal health products for pets and livestock, marked the completion of work after a $76 million investment in its site in Athens, Ga. The investment double...

BI to Donate 60k Doses of Rabies Vaccine for Dogs to Puerto Rico

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Boehringer Ingelheim, a global leader in veterinary rabies vaccines, plans to donate 60,000 doses of its IMRAB® rabies vaccine for dogs over the next three years to fight rabies in Puerto Rico. The...

Kenya to Use World’s First Malaria Vaccine

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Kenya has become the third African country to introduce the world’s first malaria vaccine into the country, in a phased pilot programme. The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced that Kenya...

WHO Partners with Facebook to Stop Spreading Anti-Vaccination Content

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The World Health Organization is partnering with Facebook to stop the spread of inaccurate information about vaccines, which the WHO calls “a major threat to global health that could reverse decades o...

Australian Researchers Developed New Type of TB Vaccine

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Australian researchers produce early-stage vaccine which is inhaled into the lungs. Australian medical researchers from the Centenary Institute and the University of Sydney have successfully develope...

Global Cervical Cancer Vaccine Market to Increase

A new piece of research estimates that the global cervical cancer vaccine market will increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.1 percent during the forecast period 2019 to 2026. Estim...

Seqirus Became First to Begin Shipping its Portfolio of Seasonal Influenza Vaccines

Seqirus, a global leader in influenza prevention, announced it is first-to-market with shipping its portfolio of seasonal influenza vaccines to customers in the United States for the 2019/20 influenza...

Boys in UK Will Be Offered Free HPV Vaccine

In a bid to reduce the number of cancer cases in the UK, boys will be offered the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV), the government has announced. From September this year, boys in year 8 will be offered...

China Toughens Management of Vaccines Entering the Market

China passed a law on Saturday tightening the supervision and management of how vaccines enter the market, requiring stricter management of their production, research and distribution, after a series ...

Novel Manufacturing Platform for M&R Vaccines Manufacturing

Univercells' propriety bioproduction platform has already proven success. Univercells has been awarded a $14.3 million grant by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to increase the availability ...

Delhi Experiences Big Shortage of Rabies Vaccines

Decreased supply of anti-rabies vaccines (ARVs) in Delhi causes outbreak of the disease. The Delhi government is reporting an “acute shortage” of rabies vaccines in its government-run hospitals. Ho...