There's a promising new cancer vaccine in the works that has a perfect survival rate in mice with melanoma. Even more impressively, the same vaccine is also effective in preventing the recurrence of tumors.
The Medical Board of California slaps Dr. Bob Sears with a 35-month probation after the pediatrician wrongly wrote a vaccination exemption for a 2-year-old patient. The doctor denies any wrongdoing.
Researchers develop vaccine that can potentially cure or help prevent acnes.
BabySeq is a newborn-screening study that is taking place in Brigham and Women's Hospital and Boston Childrne's Hospital, which is one of the four study sites of the NIH.
A new study revealed that almost half of men in the United States have genital infections caused by the sexually transmitted human papillomavirus or HPV.
We are here. Researchers have finally developed an Ebola virus vaccine that is able to provide 100-percent protection against one particularly deadly strain of the disease based on final field tests on thousands of people in West Africa.
In an official agency advisory, the World Health Organization said on Friday, November 18, that Zika virus, which is believed to have caused the rise in microcephaly in Brazil, is no longer a global health emergency.
A new promising Zika vaccine developed by scientists at Walter Reed Army Institute of Research earlier this year has finally entered the first phase of its clinical trial.
The universal vacccine can target 88 percent of the known flu strains worldwide.
A Chicago doctor was suspended by the Illinois regulators for giving unapproved modified vaccinations that reportedly included cat saliva and vodka.
Scientists discovered a chlomydial antigen that has the potential to be the first widely protective vaccine against Chlamydia.
MIT engineers have designed a programmable RNA vaccine that could be delivered to Ebola-affected countries fast.
The first experimental Zika vaccine is now ready for early-stage human trials, health officials declare.
Yellow fever epidemic in Africa continues to spread amid health officials’ concern over limited vaccine supply.