Thousands vaccinated as mumps spreads at U. of Illinois; Study: Chickenpox cases and hospitalizations down thanks to vaccine;

> As a mumps outbreak at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, climbed to 82, thousands were vaccinated in an effort to stanch the disease's spread. Story

> A study shows that there has been a large reduction in chickenpox cases and hospitalizations since a second dose of the chickenpox vaccine was recommended to increase protection against the disease. Report

> A Malaysian medical center has gained exclusive global licensing rights for a Japanese cancer vaccine, Hasumi Immuno-Therapeutic Vaccine. More

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