vaccine

Study shows one third of parents won't get kids a flu vaccine this year

A study shows one-third of parents won’t allow their kids to get a flu shot this year. The research comes from a poll from C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital at Michigan Medicine.
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COVID-19 nasal spray provided 'unprecedented levels of protection' in study

One billion people around the world could get vaccinated for COVID-19 with a formula developed at the Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine.
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Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine enters late-stage trial testing

Johnson & Johnson, a COVID-19 vaccine candidate, just began Phase 3 trials in the United States. The company entered its late-stage trial testing.
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What Is Transverse Myelitis? The Disease That Paused the AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine Trial

Earlier this week, AstraZeneca paused their late-stage COVID-19 vaccine trials after a recipient experienced a “potentially unexplained” illness as a side effect of the dose. The disease in question is reportedly transvere myelitis.
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Dr. Fauci Remains Hopeful for Coronavirus Vaccine, But Says Country Has Work Ahead

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease specialist, continues to believe we may have a COVID-19 vaccine by early next year, but said this crisis has taught us that we need to be better prepared for the next outbreak.
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COVID-19 Vaccine Successful in Some Patients, Moves to Larger Studies

Early results from a Moderna vaccine proved successful in a small group of patients, resulting in heightened immune response and safe administration.
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World’s First Recipient of Coronavirus Vaccine Trial Opens Up: 'Carried a Ton of Risk'

The world’s first recipient of an experimental coronavirus vaccine, a 44-year-old mother of two from Seattle is opening up about the test she says ‘carried a ton of risks.’
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Potential Coronavirus Vaccine Developed by Medical Researchers in Pittsburgh

The University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine announced Thursday a potential vaccine for the coronavirus responsible for COVID-19. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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COOP & CASEY: HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT SCHOOL NURSES SENDING KIDS HOME THAT AREN’T VACCINATED?

For the last several years, the Philadelphia School District has prohibited school nurses from excluding unvaccinated students, a move that worries others given the recent local outbreak of mumps and other infectious diseases. Where do you stand on this? Listen:
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