Antiretrovirals have done a good job in halting the progression of HIV to AIDS, but new gene editing technologies could result in a cure.
Rachael Zimlich, RN
HIV/AIDS management has come a long way, but there is still work to do to support patients with what is now a chronic disease.
Patients are increasingly turning to the Internet to have questions about vaccines answered, highlighting the need for increased education at the time of vaccination.
A new study reveals that certain genes may play a role in how effectively the body produces antibodies against the flu after vaccination.
Imagine if you could administer an entire vaccine series in just one shot. That technology might be on the horizon, thanks to researchers at MIT.
Adults who don’t know they need or refuse measles vaccinations before international travel introduce more than half of new U.S. measles cases.
Regardless of whether the chicken or the egg came first, the caterpillar may have the edge when it comes to vaccine production, a new report finds.
Those age 65 and older faced the most cases of the flu and were most often hospitalized during the 2016-17 season, according to new CDC data.
Teens want and need physicians to reach out and give them responsibility when it comes to managing vaccination, according to a new report.
States requiring students to get certain vaccinations before middle school have lower disease incidences and higher compliance rates, a new report finds.