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Updates To CDC Immunization Schedule

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At the 44th annual National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners Conference, the CDC provided an updated immunization schedule that details new changes.

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Examining Immune Response of Hepatitis B Vaccines in Patients With HCV

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Research presented at DDW 2024 found there was no significant association between immune response and hepatitis B vaccine types in patients with Hepatitis C.

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Pharmacy Technician Immunizers Can Provide The Much Needed Shot In The Arm For Community Pharmacies

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The immunizing technicians stated they had greater job satisfaction and had a greater sense of being valuable pharmacy members

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Immune checkpoint enhancer biotech AltruBio raises $225m

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Immune checkpoint enhancer biotech AltruBio raises $225m to support phase 2 trials of its PSGL-1-targeted drug for ulcerative colitis

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STAT+: Vertex to buy Alpine Immune Sciences for $4.9 billion

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Vertex Pharmaceuticals will buy Alpine Immune Sciences, a maker of protein-based medicines that harness the immune system, for $4.9 billion, the companies announced Wednesday. It is the largest acquisition in Vertex’s history.

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STAT+: Moderna says data show its combination Covid-flu vaccine generates a strong immune response

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Moderna announced Monday that, in a Phase 3 clinical trial, its combination Covid-19 and influenza vaccine generated stronger immune responses in older adults than individual vaccines that target those viruses.

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Pfizer Announces Positive Top-Line Data for Abrysvo Immunization in Adults Aged 18 to 59 Years

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Abrysvo is currently approved to treat RSV-associated lower respiratory tract disease in adults aged 60 years and older, and in infants through the immunization of pregnant individuals.