vaccines Tag

By the end of Wednesday, nearly 1 million children ages 5 to 11 will have received a COVID-19 vaccine. Jeff Zients, President Joe Biden's COVID-19 response coordinator, confirmed on Wednesday that another 700,000 shots have been scheduled in pharmacies across the country for younger children. Adam Keating,...

Investments by industry and academia paved the way for the mRNA vaccines currently being used to protect people against COVID-19, according to WARF Therapeutics head Jon Young. "The comments I hear often are, these vaccines were rushed, these vaccines were not researched, and that is...

-- The UW School of Medicine and Public Health is looking to enroll more participants in a study exploring the efficacy of COVID-19 vaccines in people with inflammatory bowel disease.  The HERCULES study, which began in April, focuses on the immune system response of IBD patients...

FluGen is reporting positive results from a "human challenge" study, in which participants were purposefully exposed to a flu virus to test vaccine efficacy. FluGen, based in Madison, is undertaking the study with the support of a $15.4 million Department of Defense grant. Published recently...

By Tom Still It is “Roaring 20s, 2.0” in much of America. Stocks are booming, cash is looking for smart places to invest, businesses are clamoring for workers, and materials and products of all types are slowly returning to the supply chain. Let’s not mess it up...