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Top 5 travel tips

By Editorial board August 4th, 2015 0 Comments

1. Cook it, boil it, peel it – or forget it A great way to ruin a holiday is to get food poisoning or pick up hepatitis A or typhoid fever from food which has not been well prepared. As a rule of thumb, avoid consuming food that wasn’t cooked for you on the spot

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What does a life worth living look like?

By Editorial board July 30th, 2015 0 Comments

This is the question you can answer to win our simple and fun photo competition! Prizes of €1,000, €500 and €250 are available for the best photos shared on Twitter or Instagram. Click here to visit the competition page Vaccines play a fundamental role in helping us live life to the fullest. They help us

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Four-week old baby dies in Australia

By Editor July 28th, 2015 0 Comments

Riley Hugues was four weeks of age when he died from a vaccine-preventable infection. Now his parents are doing all they can to ensure other families do not suffer the same loss. "Riley was a perfectly healthy new-born baby and, like most new parents, we were absolutely delighted," says Greg Hughes, Riley’s father. Then whooping

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Defeating HIV – The State of AIDS Vaccine Research

By Wayne Koff July 27th, 2015 0 Comments

Researchers around the world are excited. Ground-breaking discoveries and technologies are spurring new approaches in the design and development of promising AIDS vaccine candidates (Defeating the Virus). Research to better understand the intricate interaction between HIV and the immune system is advancing vaccine efforts against diseases such as TB, Malaria, Ebola and Cancer (Toward a

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Pasteur Institute launches online vaccinology course

By Editorial board July 17th, 2015 0 Comments

The Pasteur Institute in Paris is to launch a six-week online course in vaccinology. The organisation has been running a vaccinology course since 2008 but will now embrace new technology which makes education more widely available. The Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) begins on September 17 and features video lectures supported by online discussion forums.

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