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Meet three women on the front lines of Zika vaccine testing
as informed in Governments, NGOs launch US$460m vaccine initiative to tackle Ebola, ZikaThe race is on to develop vaccines against both Zika and Ebola, but none has been registered yet.
The race is on to develop vaccines against both diseases, but none has been registered yet.
— Picture by JurgaR/Istock.com via AFPDAVOS, Jan 19 — As the world still reels from outbreaks of deadly Ebola and baby-deforming Zika, governments and charities today launched a US$460-million (RM2-billion) initiative to “outsmart” infectious epidemics.
CEPI will also look into supporting vaccines being developed against multiple strains of the Ebola and Marburg viruses, and against Zika.
Other participants in the initiative include the World Health Organisation and pharmaceutical groups such as GSK, Pfizer and Sanofi.
Governments, NGOs launch US$460m vaccine initiative to tackle Ebola, Zika
as informed in Zika vaccine trial volunteer Andrea Vaught, second from left, shares a dinner with friends at her apartment in Washington.
The race to develop a Zika vaccineSeveral companies and U.S. government institutions are racing to develop a vaccine to prevent infection from the Zika virus.
Even in the best-case scenarios, though, scientists won’t know whether any of the candidates produces an effective Zika vaccine until at least early 2018.
Pharmacy technician Sandra Crutcher prepares a dose of Zika vaccine for use in a clinical trial at the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore.
New technology allowed NIAID researchers to engineer the plasmid so it contains genes coded for proteins of the Zika virus.
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