Indian pediatrics group calls for free mumps vaccines; Protein Sciences gets FDA OK for its 2015/2016 flu shot;

> The Indian Academy of Pediatrics has called on the country's health ministry to add the mumps vaccine to the nation's free childhood immunisation program. More (reg. req.)

> Protein Sciences' flu vaccine formulation for the 2015/2016 season has been approved by the FDA. Release

> University of Auckland spinoff Sapvax is seeking investments to commercialize a cancer vaccine developed by Maurice Wilkins Cancer Centre director Rod Dunbar and colleagues and Margaret Brimble, the university's medicinal chemistry director. More

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