Wistar Wire: Vaccines

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Wistar Researcher Scott E. Hensley, Ph.D., took to social media to answer a wide range of flu vaccine-related questions.
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Wistar researchers have determined that it could be possible to stimulate the immune system against multiple strains of seasonal influenza at one go, providing lasting immunity over many years.
Vaccines
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A report Thursday from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention described how this year’s seasonal flu vaccine has only been nine percent effective in protecting people 65 and older against the strain of influenza currently in circulation. Wistar immunologist Scott Hensley, Ph.D., who studies influenza, offers some insight on the news from the CDC.
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Human papillomavirus (HPV)-induced cervical cancer is on the cusp of turning from one of the deadliest cancers affecting women worldwide into a triumph of public health initiatives.
Cancer, Vaccines