Keyword: World Health Organization
Philippines' health secretary plans to ask Sanofi for a Dengvaxia refund and to sue the drugmaker amid worries about the dengue shot's safety.
On the heels of a safety warning, the Philippines' FDA ordered Sanofi to pull its Dengvaxia shot from the market.
No currently available vaccines against typhoid are meant for children younger than 2, but a new WHO endorsement could change that.
Gavi's vaccine initiative will have saved 20 million lives and $350 billion in healthcare costs by 2020, a recent study found.
Chasing a $6 billion market opportunity, Bavarian Nordic reports that a dose of its universal RSV vaccine can elicit a significant immune response.
A new U.S. study shows that Merck's Ebola vaccine rVSV-ZEBOV offers protection that can last for at least a year.
Bharat Biotech has initiated a phase 1 trial of its Chikungunya vaccine, while Themis started a phase 2 of its own candidate.
Congolese officials have given initial approval to the use of Merck’s as-yet-unlicensed Ebola shot to combat a local outbreak.
Health officials are in talks to deploy Merck & Co.’s experimental Ebola vaccine against a new outbreak in Congo.
Malaria parasites can shuffle genes to create different strains, a phenomenon that could put the efficacy of Glaxo’s vaccine Mosquirix, among others, into question.