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mRNA technology for universal flu vaccine shows early promise in US study

mRNA technology for universal flu vaccine shows early promise in US study

potentially paving the way to a universal flu vaccine that might help prevent future pandemics. ... The universal flu vaccine would not necessarily prevent infection, Hensley explained, but would aim to stimulate a memory immune response that could be

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    Has anyone ever paid attention to – or asked – who produced their annual flu vaccine? ... Unlikely. But as the COVID-19 vaccine has been rolled out, a common discussion between friends and families around the world is whether someone had been given

  • How will COVID-19 affect uptake of vaccinations against other diseases? How will COVID-19 affect uptake of vaccinations against other diseases?

    In England, the health system is working to provide a free flu vaccine to 30 million people, the highest number on record. ... A newly eligible group comprising 50- to 64-year-olds will also be offered a free flu vaccine later in the season.

  • Biotech profile: Tom Evans, CEO, Vaccitech.

    The company’s most advanced programme is a universal flu vaccine, VTP-100, which has just begun phase 2b trials.Vaccitech is also developing a clinical stage therapeutic vaccine for prostate ... We need new flu vaccine products that enable long-term

  • Country report: The healthcare market in Japan Country report: The healthcare market in Japan

    It launched a new division in January 2012 to expand its vaccines business globally, testing a new vaccine to prevent Haemophilus influenzae type b and developing a human papillomavirus vaccine and ... a flu vaccine.

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  • Health literacy in the time of COVID-19

    The most important determinants of COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy were distrust of the vaccine safety and general vaccine avoidance, as implied by not having had a flu shot in the last ... Likewise, a survey conducted in Portugal in late 2020 identified

  • What does the COVID-19 vaccine mean for the future of R&D?

    as genomics and molecular biology, that is supporting a new era in vaccine development. ... In 2009, the development of an H1N1 vaccine utilised existing flu vaccine technology.

  • Mistrust in medical research: a patient perspective

    The Thalidomide Society has said that comparisons between thalidomide and the COVID-19 vaccine are “insulting”. ... It’s worrying how many people still refuse the flu vaccine because they believe “it gives them the flu.”.

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