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FDA Approves Four-Strain Flu Vaccine for Children

FDA Approves Four-Strain Flu Vaccine for Children

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently expanded the age indication for Seqirus’ Afluria Quadrivalent influenza vaccine to include patients aged five years or older. The FDA first approved Afluria in August 2016 for patients aged 18 years or older. The vaccine is…

Expanding Vaccination Rates by Allowing More People to Give Them

Expanding Vaccination Rates by Allowing More People to Give Them

In 2009, public health officials in the United States responded to a predicted “heavy flu season” by passing a regulation allowing dentists, pharmacists, paramedics, nursing students and medical students to administer the annual influenza vaccine. Since then, it has…

FDA Gives Green Light to Test Lyme Disease Vaccine on Humans

Clinical trials for a new Lyme disease vaccine will be conducted in the U.S. and Belgium after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and European Union’s Clinical Trial Application gave Biotech firm Valneva of France clearance to begin Phase I testing. Valneva is developing VLA15, a hexavalent, protein subunit-based vaccine…

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