Pharmacies are a convenient option for patients who need vaccines, but there are still barriers that complicate the pharmacy-based vaccination process. A new report highlights the problems and proposes solutions.
Immunization Awareness Month
Most practices aren’t aware of the many options for payment and reimbursement available for adult vaccines, according to a new report.
College students who never received the HPV vaccine series are interested in getting the shot on campus, according to a new study. The study is a reminder, according to the authors, to physicians that it’s never too late to offer the series to young adults.
A new study reveals that different compounds can impact the function of the body’s natural killer cells and provide clinicians with new tools in fighting cancer.
The highly effective new shingles vaccine, Shingrix, has been in high demand since its launch in late 2017, but there have been supply issues and some administration errors. Find out what is being done.
Irregular visits and individualized needs can make it difficult for clinicians to help keep adult patients up-to-date on immunizations. Find out what you can do to keep your patients covered.
One of only four other HIV vaccines ever tested in human, the new “Mosaic” vaccine shows promise and is planned for be trialed by more than 2,500 high-risk women in the coming years.
Researchers across the world have been studying a century-old vaccine used primarily for tuberculosis treatment as a way to manage autoimmune conditions like Type 1 diabetes. New research is promising, and researchers are moving forward with a new, larger clinical trial.
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.