Bovine Inoculations, circa 1870s
Bovine Inoculations, circa 1870s
Lymph from cattle proved more effective at inducing immunity to smallpox than the older, person-to-person method.
Bovine Inoculations, circa 1870s
Bovine Inoculations, circa 1870s

Lymph from cattle proved more effective at inducing immunity to smallpox than the older, person-to-person method.

Lymph from cattle proved more effective at inducing immunity to smallpox than the older, person-to-person method.

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Measles to Hit Chicago, Los Angeles, and Miami Next, Study Predicts
Measles to Hit Chicago, Los Angeles, and Miami Next, Study Predicts
Ashley P. Taylor | May 13, 2019
The forecast for upcoming outbreaks failed to foresee the cluster of infections currently affecting Brooklyn.
Innate Immune Cells May Actually Remember Their Targets
Innate Immune Cells May Actually Remember Their Targets
Emma Yasinski | May 10, 2019
Human natural killer cells, previously considered not to participate in adaptive immunity, remember viral antigens after initial exposures, according to a new study.
Two Los Angeles Universities Establish Measles Quarantine
Two Los Angeles Universities Establish Measles Quarantine
Ashley Yeager | Apr 26, 2019
Health officials have asked students and staff potentially exposed to the virus and who either have not been vaccinated or cannot verify immunity to stay home.
US Measles Cases Break Record Since Returning to Country
US Measles Cases Break Record Since Returning to Country
Catherine Offord | Apr 25, 2019
There are now more cases of measles in America than in any year since the disease was eradicated nearly 20 years ago.
Distribution of World’s First Malaria Vaccine Begins
Distribution of World’s First Malaria Vaccine Begins
Shawna Williams | Apr 23, 2019
The World Health Organization and its partners will test the public health effect of immunization in parts of Malawi, Ghana, and Kenya.
Ebola Outbreak Not a Global Health Emergency, Declares WHO
Ebola Outbreak Not a Global Health Emergency, Declares WHO
Chia-Yi Hou | Apr 15, 2019
The agency also shares preliminary results of an Ebola vaccine trial showing that it is 97.5 percent effective at protecting from infection.
US Measles Cases Continue to Climb Toward Record High
US Measles Cases Continue to Climb Toward Record High
Ashley Yeager | Apr 9, 2019
So far this year, 465 infections have been reported, with numbers approaching their highest since measles returned to the country.
In Three Months, US Measles Cases Surpass 2018 Numbers
In Three Months, US Measles Cases Surpass 2018 Numbers
Carolyn Wilke | Apr 2, 2019
Most people who contracted the disease were unvaccinated and some state legislatures are now considering whether to curtail nonmedical vaccine exemptions.
Cancer Vaxxer: A Profile of Miriam Merad
Cancer Vaxxer: A Profile of Miriam Merad
Anna Azvolinsky | Apr 1, 2019
The Mount Sinai oncologist studies innate immune cells with the goal of designing novel immunotherapies, including cancer vaccines.