HIV & AIDS

Four decades on, where's the HIV vaccine?

In the four decades since the first cases of what would come to be known as AIDS were documented, scientists have made huge strides in HIV treatment, transforming what was once a death sentence to a manageable condition.

Vaccination

Needle-free COVID–19 vaccine shows promise

A needle-free COVID-19 vaccination could be possible, with University of Queensland scientists successfully protecting mice from the virus by administering a US-developed vaccine candidate with a 'patch."

Vaccination

Left-behind Sanofi closes in on Covid vaccine

French pharmaceuticals giant Sanofi on Monday reported positive results in trials of its belated Covid-19 jab, raising hopes that France can finally make up lost ground after falling behind in the race to develop a vaccine.

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Jab-free dengue immunity could be just a click away

A dengue virus vaccine candidate has passed an important milestone, with promising results in animal model testing providing hope to the 390 million people infected every year.

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