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  1. Emergency room nurse Christine Bauer treats Joshua Lagade of Vista, California, for the flu as his

    Commentary: The flu, a global threat the world is poorly prepared for

    A universal flu vaccine may hold the key but until then, countries need to press on with immunisation programmes, says one health expert.
  2. FILE PHOTO: A worker shows used anti-dengue vaccine Dengvaxia inside a vaccine storage room in Sta.

    Philippines' Duterte says dengue campaign carried out in 'good faith'

    President Rodrigo Duterte believes the previous Philippine government acted in good faith in launching an immunisation drive that used a new ...
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    Americas region is world's first to be free of measles

    "Endemic transmission of measles has been eliminated from the region," said World Health Organisation director Margaret Chan.
  4. baby and mother

    Rise in whooping cough cases affecting infants; MOH reminds parents to get children vaccinated

    The number of whooping cough cases has more than doubled since 2012 and more than half of the cases reported occurred in infants aged less than ...
  5. India polio drops

    India launches emergency vaccine drive for new polio strain

    The strain had not been seen in India for 17 years and the vaccines are being flown in from Geneva as they are not available locally in sufficient ...