Sugar helps the medicine go down in babies; Sanofi Pasteur launches Imojev in Australia;

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> BiondVax's universal influenza vaccine M-001 significantly enhanced the efficacy of the human pandemic H5N1 bird flu vaccine. Release

> Medicago landed up to $493,000 from the National Research Council of Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program to support development of its flu vaccine programs. Release

> Sanofi Pasteur launched Imojev, a vaccine against Japanese encephalitis, in Australia. Release

> Inovio says its SynCon synthetic boosts flu vaccine efficacy. News

> Researchers explore a painless patch to deliver the measles vaccine. Article

And Finally... A study shows a bit of sugar helps comfort babies during immunizations. Story

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