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Several key policies to stop the spread of COVID-19 were generally a good idea in hindsight according to majority of Americans

Several key policies to stop the spread of COVID-19 were generally a good idea in hindsight according to majority of Americans

How Epstein-Barr virus shapes immune responses in multiple sclerosis

How Epstein-Barr virus shapes immune responses in multiple sclerosis

New strategy targets rare B cells for effective HIV vaccine development

New strategy targets rare B cells for effective HIV vaccine development

Engineered immunogens show promise in inducing HIV broadly neutralizing antibodies

Engineered immunogens show promise in inducing HIV broadly neutralizing antibodies

COVID-19 boosters targeting omicron subvariants remain effective, but wane over time

COVID-19 boosters targeting omicron subvariants remain effective, but wane over time

Addressing local dynamics in rubella vaccination policy

Addressing local dynamics in rubella vaccination policy

UNICEF delivers first R21/Matrix-M malaria vaccine doses to Central African Republic

UNICEF delivers first R21/Matrix-M malaria vaccine doses to Central African Republic

4 ways vaccine skeptics mislead you on measles and more

4 ways vaccine skeptics mislead you on measles and more

New tool may help identify newborns at highest risk for developing RSV lower respiratory tract infection

New tool may help identify newborns at highest risk for developing RSV lower respiratory tract infection

Newsom boosted California’s public health budget during covid. Now he wants to cut it.

Newsom boosted California’s public health budget during covid. Now he wants to cut it.

Breakthroughs in germline-targeting HIV vaccine design for broad protection

Breakthroughs in germline-targeting HIV vaccine design for broad protection

Cervical cancer rates drop significantly among vaccinated women

Cervical cancer rates drop significantly among vaccinated women

Single measles jab up to 2.6 times more likely to be ineffective in C-section born children

Single measles jab up to 2.6 times more likely to be ineffective in C-section born children

Children can boost vaccination rates by educating their grandparents

Children can boost vaccination rates by educating their grandparents

UT Health San Antonio leads effort for developing oral vaccine against chlamydia

UT Health San Antonio leads effort for developing oral vaccine against chlamydia

Mobile teams boost immunization rates in rural Sierra Leone

Mobile teams boost immunization rates in rural Sierra Leone

50 years of lifesaving vaccinations: WHO's EPI saves 154 million lives

50 years of lifesaving vaccinations: WHO's EPI saves 154 million lives

Rotavirus vaccine in NICUs does not lead to outbreaks, study shows

Rotavirus vaccine in NICUs does not lead to outbreaks, study shows

Study shows continued willingness to get vaccinated across 23 countries

Study shows continued willingness to get vaccinated across 23 countries

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