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May 12, 2018
WHO hopes to deploy experimental Ebola vaccine to stem outbreak in remote area of CongoThe World Health Organization said it hopes to deploy an experimental Ebola vaccine to tackle an outbreak in a remote area of Congo to prevent it spreading
Apr 09, 2018
Three infants die, six fall sick after being vaccinated in Jharkhand's Palamu district; chief minister orders probeThree infants died while six others fell sick after they were vaccinated at a government-run health centre in Jharkhand's Palamu district on Sunday.
Mar 28, 2018
New vaccine for malaria works on mice but could take years to develop for human useMalaria parasite, though a tiny single-celled organism, has highly complex life cycle. It has 15 different stages and they occur in different cellular environments.
Mar 27, 2018
On Tuesday, fourth anniversary of India being declared Polio-free, take our quiz about the deadly diseaseThe World Health Organisation (WHO) had certified India as being 'Polio-free' on 27 March, 2014, making it the fourth anniversary of the declaration on Tuesday.
Feb 13, 2018
62% Indian kids receive all basic vaccinations but country still lags far behind the likes of Bangladesh, VietnamMore Indian babies are receiving all basic vaccinations than a decade ago, a sign of better healthcare. But India still lags behind a host of emerging nations.
Jan 27, 2018
President Ram Nath Kovind launches pulse polio programme for 2018 on eve of National Immunisation DayPresident Ram Nath Kovind launched the Pulse Polio programme for 2018 by administering polio drops to children below five years at the Rashtrapati Bhavan in New Delhi
Jan 15, 2018
Most newborns are protected from Hepatitis B infection by antibodies received from the mother: StudyOver 40 million Indians are chronically infected with Hepatitis B. People can live without symptoms for years and realize later that they have an infection.
Jan 14, 2018
WHO and UNICEF to collaborate with Bangladesh to vaccinate 475, 000 Rohingya children against diphtheriaWHO, UNICEF and health sector partners are working with Bangladesh's health ministry to vaccinate more than 475,000 children in Rohingya refugee camps and temporary settlements
Dec 01, 2017
'Won't take Modi-RSS vaccine': Myths, quacks derail Malappuram vaccination drive putting lakhs of children at riskIn the Malappuram district of Kerala, health workers are threatened, abused and even physically assaulted for attempting to give a vaccine to children.
Nov 28, 2017
International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology holds a conference on vaccine research on its 30th anniversaryThe International Centre for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology started with two components, one in Italy at Trieste and the other in India at New Delhi.