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Sanofi Pasteur Dengue Vaccine Enters Pediatric Efficacy Clinical Study

... - Global Clinical Study Program Across Dengue endemic Regions in Latin America and Asia Sanofi ... vaccine that will ultimately benefit children in endemic countries," said Dr. Joachim Hombach, Coordinator ... A substantial number of people traveling to endemic regions are also infected each year. About ...

Intercell AG to Acquire Iomai Corporation to Expand Late Stage Product Pipeline and Strengthen Leadership in Vaccine Innovation

... more effective medication to those living in endemic areas, in particular high risk groups such as ... virus continue. The current virus is now endemic in bird populations, having spread to more than ... With over three billion people living in endemic areas, Japanese Encephalitis, a mosquito-borne ...

Video: Partnership Unites UCB with Consumer Product Innovator OXO(R)

... been exposed to tuberculosis, who have resided or traveled in areas of endemic tuberculosis or endemic mycoses, such as histoplasmosis, coccidioidomycosis, or blastomycosis, or ...

CDC Analysis Finds Unique Social and Behavior Intervention Helps Reduce MRSA Rates Up to 62% in Study Hospitals

... superbugs. "Reports of successful multicenter interventions to reduce endemic antimicrobial resistance problems among U.S. hospitals are extremely ... a growing body of evidence that hospitals can make a difference in their endemic MRSA rates, and further might be able to improve the chances that infected ...

Two-Year Data Show Patients Receiving SIMPONI(TM) (golimumab) Experienced Sustained Improvement in Signs and Symptoms of Psoriatic Arthritis and Ankylosing Spondylitis

... of patients receiving SIMPONI. There were no reports of tuberculosis, and one case of histoplasmosis in a patient (SIMPONI 100 mg) living in an endemic area was successfully treated. Malignancies reported through week 104 included basal cell skin cancer (one patient), colon cancer (one patient) and ...

USD 12.5 m Funding for the Development of Intercell's Vaccine Patch System for Pandemic Influenza From U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)

... influenza have emerged in Southeast Asia, as lethal infections of poultry and humans with avian influenza virus continue. The current virus is now endemic in bird populations, having spread to more than 40 countries and causing the deaths of hundreds of millions of birds. Furthermore, the World Health ...

Two New Studies in the New England Journal of Medicine Show Malaria Vaccine Candidate Advancing in Africa

... accessed: Nov 2008 (4) Aponte JJ, Aide P, Renom M, et al. Safety of the RTS,S/AS02D candidate malaria vaccine in infants living in a highly endemic area of Mozambique: a double blind randomized controlled phase I/IIb trial. Lancet 2007 Nov 3;370(9598):1543-51. Epub 2007 Oct 18. ...

Napo Announces Positive Clinical Data Indicating Crofelemer, Could Effectively Treat Cholera

... the isolates from patients attending the ICDDR, B in Dhaka. Cholera, identified and detailed from the beginning of recorded history, was initially endemic to the Indian sub-continent. The disease began spreading almost 200 years ago, and is now pandemic and persists primarily in the developing world. ...

Animals That Cyclone Survivors Depend on Need Help Now

... Any precious grass that is not ruined by the flood will be owned by individuals and will not be for sale. Wet conditions, lowered immune systems, endemic disease such as Foot and Mouth and overcrowded camps create a highly disease prone and contagious environment. WSPA will seek to advise government ...

General Wesley Clark Joins Immtech as Consulting Strategic Advisor

... malaria kills over one million people. It is also a significant threat to 125 million people who travel annually from developed countries to malaria endemic areas. Pafuramidine is also in two pivotal Phase III trials targeting the treatment of Pneumocystis pneumonia (PCP), a severe form of fungal ...

Iomai Announces Data from Phase 2 Field Study of Travelers' Diarrhea Vaccine Accepted for Presentation at ICAAC

... travelers' diarrhea. Travelers' diarrhea (TD) is caused by ingestion of pathogens in contaminated food and water. Of the 54 million travelers to endemic areas, an estimated 17 million will contract TD, making it one of the most common illnesses in travelers. Symptoms last for 3 to 5 days, and 55 ...

Costs of Eradicating Poliomyelitis Now Are Much Lower Than Trying to Control It Later

... and Dr Radboud Duintjer Tebbens of Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, USA used a dynamic modelling technique based on current wild poliovirus endemic areas of India. The results show the importance of maintaining and increasing the immunisation intensity to complete eradication. They find that ...

IR BioSciences Announces Promising Data from Study of Its Compound Homspera

... strain and from the 1918 Spanish Influenza virus). A fear of many scientists and public health officials is that the current avian influenza endemic to Southeast Asia may mutate sufficiently to become more easily transmitted among humans, yet maintain its highly pathogenic nature. Such an event, ...

Avant's Typhoid Fever Vaccine Demonstrates Excellent Clinical Potential

... over $200 million in annual sales. AVANT plans to initiate its own sponsored Phase 2 dose-ranging trial of Ty800 in mid-2007. "Typhoid fever remains endemic in many developing areas of the world, as well as being an important potential health threat for travelers and military personnel in areas affected ...

Avant’s Typhoid Fever Vaccine Demonstrates Excellent Clinical Potential

... million in annual sales. AVANT plans to initiate its own sponsored Phase 2 dose-ranging trial of Ty800 in mid-2007. “Typhoid fever remains endemic in many developing areas of the world, as well as being an important potential health threat for travelers and military personnel in areas affected ...

Research on New Treatment for Neglected Disease Published in The New England Journal of Medicine

... estimated new VL cases per year worldwide, with India alone carrying 50% of all new cases. The most affected state in India is Bihar, but VL is also endemic in the states of Jharkand, West Bengal, and Uttar Pradesh. About Paromomycin Phase 3 Clinical Trial The approval of Paromomycin IM Injection in ...
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