When current Ebola otbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) began a year ago, the global stockpile of a new, promising vaccine was 300,000 doses. But as the virus continues to spread geographically, the supply of the new vaccine is dwindling, and is expected to run out before the outbreak ends.
This report updates the 2010 recommendations from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) regarding prevention of Japanese encephalitis among US travelers and laboratory workers. The report summarizes the epidemiology of Japanese encephalitis, describes the US approved Japanese encephalitis vaccine, and provides recommendations for its use.
A mass vaccination of cattle is underway after an anthrax outbreak left one person dead in Kisumu, Kenya. County health officials are educating the public on the dangers of eating contaminated meat.
A new study conducted by the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) finds that Baloxavir showed broad spectrum in-vitro replication inhibition of four types of influenza viruses.
A team led by Case Western University School of Medicine demonstrated in mouse models that a “mechanism-based approach” to combination chemotherapy shows potential for treating multidrug-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
State Council, China's cabinet issued a guideline to strengthen the supervision on the whole chain of the country's pig industry.
On Thursday, July 4, hunters will begin a two-day cull of wild boar in Luxembourg to prevent the spread of African swine fever into Luxembourg.
The technology for this influenza vaccine is believed to be the first human drug in the world to be completely designed by artificial intelligence.
Sixteen out of 18 sows and all 15 pigs for meat vaccinated were healthy after two months.
An Indian vaccine manufacturing company has collaborated with a global research and development organization to produce an oral cholera vaccine for India and several other low and middle-income countries.