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Experimental Ebola Vaccine Safe, Elicits Immune Response, Researchers Say

Agence France-Presse: Ebola vaccine is safe, researchers say “Preliminary results from a clinical trial on an experimental Ebola vaccine developed by GlaxoSmithKline and the U.S. National Institutes of Health suggest it is safe for use, researchers said Wednesday…” (1/28). Press Association/The Guardian: Cautious optimism follows results from trials of early…

Experts Debate Role Of Public-Private Partnerships In Vaccine, Drug Development

GroundTruth Project/GlobalPost: In Ebola response, Big Pharma and public sector strive to make up for lost time “…The delayed response [to Ebola] is an example of the diverging interests of public and private sectors when it comes to addressing a public health crisis, say experts from both sides. … Still,…

Asia’s Largest Vaccine Maker Developing Low-Cost HPV, Diarrheal, Pneumococcal Vaccines

Bloomberg Businessweek: Top-Selling Vaccine Made Cheap Shows Challenge to Merck: Health “…Serum Institute of India Ltd., which makes vaccines injected in 65 percent of the world’s children, is targeting newer vaccines, including one for the human papillomavirus that could be available in late 2018 and sell at a third of…

10 Advances In Global Health, Vaccinations For 2015

Huffington Post: 2015: Full Speed Ahead Orin Levine, director of vaccine delivery at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation “…I compiled a quick list of the 10 advances in global health and vaccinations I would like to see in 2015: 1. A fully-funded Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance; 2. An end…

Gavi Requests $7.5B From Donors As Funding Conference Approaches

Reuters: Vaccines group seeks $7.5 billion as disease fight reaches peak “The Gavi global vaccines alliance is seeking to raise $7.5 billion at a funding conference in Berlin next week, as its battle to prevent infectious diseases in millions of children reaches an expected peak. … The coming 2016-20 period…