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Advanced genetic engineering is already changing vaccine development and could make inroads into other branches of medicine.
Researchers are developing quick-brew vaccines and ones that catch multiple strains of flu.
A similar design could lead to chips that detect drug-resistant strains of HIV and tuberculosis.
Researchers are plotting strategies against the next major flu outbreak using clues from the 1918 virus.
A new process could keep vaccines stable at tropical temperatures.
Researchers are working to treat pandemic flu by recruiting a patient’s own immune cells.
With H1N1 vaccine supplies delayed, attention turns to faster-to-make “virus-like particles.”
As new influenza strains emerge, researchers struggle to speed vaccine development.
An iPhone app lets users help track infectious diseases.