Vaccination and Immunization Resource Center
Stronger Measles Vaccination Exemption Policies Reduce the Likelihood of an Outbreak April 21, 2017By Jill SederstromMaking nonmedical vaccination exemptions more difficult to obtain can reduce risk of a measles epidemic. Study Finds Nearly Half a Million Deaths Prevented in the United States by Vaccines March 22, 2017By Jill SederstromOver 55 years, 450,000 people stayed alive and 200 million people stayed well in the United States because of vaccines. Early Studies of Needle-Free Vaccine Delivery System Show Promise March 22, 2017By Jill SederstromA pill-like device that pumps vaccine into the mouth may make syringes obsolete. Human trials of Zika vaccine underway November 30, 2016By Christine BlankThe Army has made significant progress on the Zika vaccine in just 10 months. Details here. HIV vaccine could be nail in coffin for disease November 30, 2016By Christine BlankA clinical study, recently begun in South Africa, is testing whether an experimental vaccine regimen safely prevents HIV infection. Alzheimer’s vaccine targets early and later disease stages November 10, 2016By Rachael Zimlich RNA new vaccine against Alzheimer’s targets two proteins involved in the development of the disease in hopes to offer both early and late protection. Researchers zero in on a cure for the common cold November 10, 2016By Rachael Zimlich RNScientists at Emory University have developed a vaccine they say may work well in preventing infection with rhinovirus—the top cause of the common cold. How community pharmacies are affecting flu vaccine rates November 02, 2016By Christine BlankThe U.S. rate for adult flu vaccinations has not increased significantly because of retail pharmacy access. Eligible infants not getting rotavirus vaccine November 02, 2016By Christine BlankResearchers found that estimated coverage for RV at 19 to 35 months of age lags behind the other vaccines recommended at ages two, four, and six.