Researchers have created a new immune vaccine intended to fight and kill breast cancer cells.
Researchers have now developed a protective vaccine that promises to fight threatening sexually transmitted disease (STD) called chlamydia. Experts from McMaster University outlined ways to administer the vaccine and how the new antigens can help curb the ominous disease.
Malaria is one of the most dreaded disease that affects hundreds of millions of people with more than 500,000 dying from it annually. And the most disheartening part of it all is that includes innocent children aged 5 and below as singled out in a study from University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore.
The flu season is still very mild, the CDC said Wednesday.
New findings suggest a 64% drop in HPV infections since the anti-STD vaccine was introduced a decade ago.
Florida health officials issue warning to tourists amid a statewide Zika surge and declared a public health emergency across 9 affected counties.
The first case of the Zika virus in a woman who traveled to the Dominican Republic has been confirmed in Russia.
The effectiveness of a whooping cough booster vaccine recommended for middle school aged children wanes over time, a new study is reporting.
A zika vaccine could be available for emergency use before the end of 2016, a Canadian scientist said.
A day before WHO declared Ebola epidemic officially over, Russian president Vladimir Putin made a sensational public claim that his country’s team of experts developed the world’s best Ebola vaccine- so bold a claim dismissed as downright ‘nonsensical’ by other scientists around the world.
Zuckerberg received criticism for getting his newborn child vaccinated.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has approved a third supplier to manufacture a vaccine for cholera with the intention of doubling the global stockpile.
Not all doctors strongly recommend preteens to get the HPV vaccine, a new survey found.
How malaria parasites prevent the body's immunity system from fighting the disease has helped scientists to find a new protective technique.
A team of Spanish researchers developed a vaccine that was found effective in protecting camels from MERS infection, a breakthrough study suggests.