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WHO reports “alarming decline” in child vaccinations due to COVID-19 disruption

July 17, 2020
Medical Communications, Sales and Marketing COVID-19, WHO, vaccination, vaccines

The World Health Organization and UNICEF have pointed to an “alarming decline” in the levels of children worldwide receiving essential …


UK Government calls on social media companies to fight misinformation surrounding vaccines

August 19, 2019
Sales and Marketing MMR, anti-vaxxers, measles, pharma, vaccination, vaccines

Boris Johnson has called on social media companies to come together to discuss ways in which they can promote accurate …


Measles outbreak spurs New York County to ban all unvaccinated children from public spaces

March 27, 2019
Research and Development New York, US, pharma, vaccination, vaccines

Rockland County, New York State, is taking serious measures to combat its biggest measles outbreak in decades, making the decision …


HPV vaccine slashes rate of infection by 86% in UK

June 18, 2018
Medical Communications, Sales and Marketing HPV, biotech, drugs, pharma, pharmaceutical, vaccination

Since the introduction of the vaccination against the Human Papilloma Virus in 2008, there has been an 86% drop in …


Vaccination rates in parts of US fall to dangerous levels

June 13, 2018
Research and Development anti-vax, biotech, drugs, pharma, pharmaceutical, vaccination

The anti-vaxxer movement is the scourge of meticulously researched science and yet, in certain states in the US, it seems …


UK Government to offer HPV vaccine to men who have sex with men

February 6, 2018
Manufacturing and Production, Medical Communications, Research and Development England, HPV, UK, human papillomavirus, pharma, vaccination

The UK Government has confirmed a national vaccination programme that will provide access for men who have sex with men(MSM) …


Hope in quest for gonorrhoea vaccination

July 11, 2017
Manufacturing and Production, Research and Development WHO, gonorrhoea, meningitis, vaccination

Only last week, the WHO expressed serious concerns about the possibility of strains of gonorrhoea developing that could be resistant …

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Encouraging first results from trial of Merck’s Ebola vaccine

July 31, 2015
Research and Development, Sales and Marketing Africa, EBV, Ebola, Ebola virus, Ebola virus disease, Vaccine, WHO, World Health Organisation, guinea, vaccination

The first trial of an experimental Ebola vaccine suggests it provides high protection against the disease as early as ten …

UK benefit halt for MMR jab refuseniks

September 23, 2013
Sales and Marketing Labour, MMR, NHS, vaccination

Under new plans by the British Labour Party welfare payments could be stopped in the future for parents who fail …

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