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A new approach to preventing cancer teaches the immune system to seek and destroy emerging tumors.
Researchers have engineered rice to serve as a needle-free vaccine for cholera.
Therapies that block the high of addictive drugs are finally making their way from the lab into reality.
Fragments of known drugs could lead to a more robust antiviral for H1N1 and other flu variants.
The FDA wants further evidence that the novel approach is completely safe.
As new influenza strains emerge, researchers struggle to speed vaccine development.
The experimental therapy could ultimately serve as a seek-and-destroy treatment for metastatic cancer.
A new process could keep vaccines stable at tropical temperatures.