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Some scientists believe stem cell transplants may never be a scalable treatment for HIV, but every case brings us closer to a more generalised cure.
US authorities flag possible COVID jab link to stroke in older adults
The health authorities say it’s “very unlikely” the data shows a true clinical risk, and “no change in vaccination practice is recommended”.
'Biggest crime since Holocaust': British MP suspended over COVID tweet
Conservative politician Andrew Bridgen had posted a series of comments on social media which his own party has described as "misinformation."
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Moderna sues Pfizer-BioNTech for copying tech behind COVID vaccines
Moderna is suing its biggest rivals over claims they stole "groundbreaking technology" used in mRNA vaccines.
Is vaccinating wildlife the solution to preventing the next pandemic?
Scientists suggest that vaccinating wildlife might break the chain of transmission of zoonotic diseases like COVID, monkeypox and rabies.
Are pets at risk of catching monkeypox from their owners?
With the news that a pet dog in France has contracted monkeypox from its owner, should we be concerned?
Lyme disease: New vaccine for the tick-borne illness in final trials
The final clinical trial of a new vaccine against Lyme disease created by Pfizer is calling for 6,000 volunteers in Europe and the US.
Is there enough monkeypox vaccine in Europe to go around?
Men who have sex with men are most at-risk of monkeypox, but are they being reached with the vaccine in time?
Watch: Here is why you shouldn't be complacent about monkeypox
Cases of monkeypox have now been recorded in more than 80 countries worldwide but mortality remains low for now.
New York joins call for WHO to rename 'racist' monkeypox virus
Authorities in New York City are dealing with the biggest monkeypox outbreak in the United States with over 1,000 infections reported so far.
EU approves use of Bavarian Nordic vaccine against monkeypox
The European Commission approved the use of the drug just days after the WHO called the spread of monkeypox a global health emergency.
Monkeypox: These EU member states have received vaccine doses
As of 6 July, nearly 5,950 cases of monkeypox have been reported from 33 countries and areas throughout the European region.
'No longer necessary': Austria scraps COVID-19 vaccine mandate
Health Minister Johannes Rauch said the measure risked polarising society and could even lead to fewer people getting the jab.
EU to purchase 110,000 doses of monkeypox vaccine
The first deliveries will begin at the end of June, EU Commissioner Stella Kyriakides has announced.
Which countries are using monkeypox vaccines?
The number of monkeypox cases in Western countries is growing. Here’s a list of which nations are buying vaccines.
WHO confirms efficacy of 'game changer' single dose HPV vaccine
The findings could help to speed up the rollout of HPV vaccines in poorer countries where coverage is limited.
Why are US authorities still advising people not to travel to Europe?
Travel restrictions are easing across the EU but US authorities are still advising citizens not to visit Europe.
Austria to suspend its controversial COVID vaccine mandate
Austria was the first country in the EU to introduce such a measure. But now it has been suspended.
EU resists calls for IP waivers but agrees to transfer mRNA technology
The European Commission, Germany, France and Belgium will invest €40 million to help six African countries produce mRNA vaccines at scale.