Press Releases with tag "vaccine"
Biomay AG Successfully Completes Interim Analysis of Phase IIb Study with the Innovative 3rd Generation Grass Pollen Allergy Vaccine BM32
Biomay announced today that an interim analysis for futility has been successfully completed for an ongoing phase IIb study (clinicaltrials.gov identifier NCT01538979) with its 3rd generation grass pollen allergy vaccine BM32.
Vaccination of Infants Against Pneumonia Helps Protect Elderly
The study suggests this herd immunity is an even more effective prevention for elders than the vaccine currently recommended to prevent pneumonia in older adults.
Protection from Cervical Cancer Hindered by Market Rivalry
The cervical cancer vaccine market is this week's featured topic in Fast Market Reseach's "Focus on Pharmaceuticals"
Travelsafe Clinic Announces The Indian Japanese Encephalitis (JE) Vaccine For Travelers
Biological E, one of the leading Indian vaccine manufacturers, has launched a safe and effective vaccine against Japanese Encephalitis, a deadly infectious disease and the leading cause of Acute Encephalitis.
Biologicals To Drive The Global Cold Chain Logistics Market
The strong growth of the global biologicals market is expected to create a huge demand for efficient cold chain logistic services.
Global Healthcare Cold Chain Logistics Market To Reach USD 10.7 Billion By 2017
A new report from IMARC Group expects the market for cold chain logistic services to grow at a CAGR of 8% during 2011-2017.
Sanofi Pharmaceuticals Fail In Its Dengue Vaccine Trial
All eyes are now on the clinical outcome of the two large studies as the vaccine has been found to be effective against 3 of the four strains of the dengue fever.
FastMed Provides Free Flu Shots to Patients
FastMed provides free adult and children's vaccinationsas part of annual health and wellness outreach in NC
ORGANOBALANCE Signs Licensing Agreement with Sanofi Pasteur
Modified strain of yeast paves way for new industrial vaccine production process
Geovax Awarded $3.6 Million Grant By U.S. Government For Its HIV/AIDS Vaccine Program
U.S Government Continues Support for Clinical Development of Adjuvanted Vaccine
GeoVax Initiates Third Site For Therapeutic Testing of Its HIV Vaccine
Los Angeles-Based AIDS Research Alliance Selected as Site to Test Therapeutic vaccine
New Book Discloses Why Vaccines Do Not Prevent Disease
New scientific findings and statistical data disclose that vaccines not only fail to prevent the diseases they are supposed to protect us from, but they actually cause or contribute to them.
GeoVax Launches Second Clinical Site To Test The Therapeutic Benefit of HIV Vaccine
University of Alabama at Birmingham to Serve as Second Site for Ongoing Clinical Trial
The Majority Of British People Would Not Say No To A Breast Cancer Vaccine
mingle-Trend presents the results of a representative survey about a new vaccine against breast cancer
NewsRx Publishes Encyclopedia of Vaccines, 2009: An encyK Resource for Parents, Patients & Professionals
NewsRx has published a new encyclopedia on vaccines -- Encyclopedia of Vaccines, 2009: An encyK Resource for Parents, Patients & Professionals.
Friday 13th vaccine ... A(H1N1) vaccine
Are you afraid of Friday the 13th , as of influenza virus A(H1N1)? You therefore suffer from paraskevidekatriaphobia? Be calm, because Taliscope Inc. here offers free vaccine against the next Friday 13th or November 13, 2009.
Breaking news - New vaccine to prevent HIV
Researchers have been working for years to develop a vaccine that would help bring the AIDS epidemic to a halt. There have been many failures recently, leading scientists to think that such a vaccine would never be a possibility. But now an experimen
Swine flu vaccine recipients encouraged to post reports of side effects on SwineFluVaccineReport.com
Adams is on the record saying that the swine flu vaccines are likely more dangerous than the swine flu itself. This website gives swine flu vaccine sufferers an opportunity to share their true stories with the world
30-year veteran in the health and wellness field to discuss concerns about vaccines
Mary Tocco, well-known vaccine investigator, is coming to the River Center at Saluda Shoals in Columbia, SC on October 24th