Virologic Monitoring of Poliovirus Type 2 after Oral Poliovirus Vaccine Type 2 Withdrawal in April 2016 — Worldwide, 2016–2017

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Authors: Nakata J, Nakajima H, Hayashibara H, Imafuku K, Morimoto S, Fujiki F, Motooka D, Okuzaki D, Hasegawa K, Hosen N, Tsuboi A, Oka Y, Kumanogoh A, Oji Y, Sugiyama H Abstract In immunotherapy by cancer antigen-derived peptide vaccine, vaccination of cytotoxic T lymphocyte (CTL) peptide alone is common, while it remains unclear whether the addition of helper peptide vaccine to the CTL peptide vaccine is of great advantage for the enhancement of tumor immunity. In the present study, combination vaccine of Wilms' tumor gene 1(WT1) protein-derived CTL and helper peptides induced the strong infiltration of WT1-speci...
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This study evaluated the safety, immune responses and clinical outcomes of patients who received a CHP-MAGE-A4 vaccine. Twenty-two patients with advanced or metastatic cancer were enrolled, and were subcutaneously vaccinated with either 100 μg or 300 μg of CHP-MAGE-A4. Seven and 15 patients, respectively, were repeatedly vaccinated with 100 μg or 300 μg of CHP-MAGE-A4; patients in both groups received a median of 7 doses. No serious adverse events related to the vaccine were observed. Of 7 patients receiving the 100 μg dose, 2 (29%) showed immune responses, compared with 3 of the 14 (21%) patients who receiv...
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Conclusion: The expanded MOPA will be useful for evaluation of the immunogenicity of PPV23 and future conjugate vaccine formulations. PMID: 30546285 [PubMed - in process]
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This study recommends an in vivo assessment for the most promising peptides especially FFKEHGVPL. PMID: 30542244 [PubMed]
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Green was responding to a question from a mother who has a child with autism asking about Medicaid spending cuts
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In older mice and humans, the immune system becomes dysfunctional. It is overactive, producing chronic inflammation that leads to harmful cellular behavior throughout the body, but at the same time it is much less capable when it comes to destroying pathogens and errant cells. In today's open access research, scientists investigate the incapacity of naive T cells in older mice. This population of T cells is necessary for a strong immune response, but their numbers decline due to the involution of the thymus. T cells begin life as thymocytes in the bone marrow, and then migrate to the thymus where they mature into T cells o...
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(Reuters Health) - - People with heart failure who get flu shots may be less likely to die prematurely than their counterparts who don't get vaccinated, a Danish study suggests.
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Carotid stents, more stem-cell retractions, AHA statement on statin safety, flu vaccine rules, medication errors, veterans care, and wasteful NIH research on golfing are discussed in this week ’ s on Medscape
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Ferrigno, 67, posted a photo of himself in a hospital bed on Twitter on Wednesday, saying the shot left him with fluid in his bicep.
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Actor Lou Ferrigno, star of the late 1970s TV series 'The Incredible Hulk,' says he got a vaccine shot for pneumonia that left him hospitalized with fluid in his bicep.
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