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Takeda to develop Zika vaccine with U.S. funding

Japanese drugmaker Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. said it is developing a vaccine to prevent the Zika virus, which has been linked to severe birth defects, and has secured funding from a U.S. government agency.

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FDA issues emergency use authorization for Zika test

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued emergency authorization for a Zika diagnostics test from Swiss drugmaker Roche, skirting normal approval channels as the regulator moves to fight the disease’s spread.

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Study shows extent of brain damage from Zika

A report shows the kind of damage Zika infections can do to the developing brain – damage that goes well beyond that caused by the devastating birth defect microcephaly.

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U.S. government shifts $81 million to Zika research

The HHS has shifted $81 million in funds from other projects to continue work on developing vaccines to fight Zika in the absence of any funding from U.S. lawmakers.

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U.S. health researchers test Zika vaccine

U.S. government researchers said they have begun their first clinical trial of a Zika vaccine while the Obama administration told lawmakers funds to fight the virus would run out in the coming weeks.

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GM mosquitoes could join Florida’s Zika fight

Genetically modified (GM) mosquitoes could be let loose in Florida’s battle against the Zika virus if regulators approve them, according to British firm Oxitec.

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IBM steps up efforts in fight against Zika

International Business Machines Corp. said it would provide its technology and resources to help track the spread of the Zika virus.

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France’s Valneva says has generated possible Zika vaccine

French biotech firm Valneva said it has produced a possible vaccine against the mosquito-borne Zika virus.

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U.S. plans to fund Zika virus study of Olympic team

The U.S. National Institutes of Health will fund a study to monitor U.S. athletes, coaches and members of the Olympic Committee staff for exposure to Zika virus.

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Congo almost runs out of yellow fever vaccine amid epidemic

Residents read newspapers with reports of Yellow Fever, along the streets in Kinshasa, capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, June 21, 2016. Reuters/Jean Robert N’kengo Democratic Republic of Congo has almost run out of yellow fever vaccine in Kinshasa, in the same week that the government declared an epidemic of the disease in […]

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