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Tag Archives: Vaccines
A theoretical basis why artificial virus-like particles (VPLs) with a high density of envelope spikes might make a safe and efecting prophylactic vaccine against HIV. Continue reading
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Should we wait longer before destroying the last remaining stock of smallpox virus? Continue reading
In a discussion on Twitter earlier this week I made an off the cuff remark which turned out to be unexpectedly telling. Continue reading
Dengue virus infections cause the most important arthropod-borne viral disease in terms of worldwide prevalence, human suffering, and cost. Continue reading
How should we communicate about infectious disease to young people? Continue reading
It takes just two shots of the MMR vaccine to protect a child against measles, mumps and rubella for life. Continue reading
How do you study a virus which is so pathogenic, you are (rightly) not allowed to work with it under normal laboratory conditions? Continue reading