Nearly all people hospitalized with COVID-19 develop antibodies against the virus within six days of testing positive, new research indicates.
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A new HIV vaccine shows promise in monkeys for longer-term protection. The work could also help in finding a coronavirus vaccine.
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A historian explains how smallpox outbreaks changed American public health and vaccination forever, as well as what we can learn for today's pandemic.
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The discovery of an antibody that trigger a "kill switch" in cells and cause them to self-destruct could lead to a new malaria vaccine.
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Scientists have now published the first peer-reviewed study on a potential vaccine against SARS-CoV-2. They've tested the microneedle array on mice.
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Three bioethicists call for a human challenge study, which they say could bring us a coronavirus vaccine months sooner.
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In 2016, Russian trolls used pro- and anti-vaccine messages to target Americans. That has scientists worried about how they'll use COVID-19.
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