Tag: health technologies
U.S. researchers are testing two new Ebola vaccines in a clinical trial, hoping to offer long-lasting immunity against deadly strains of the Ebola virus.
In a single shot, a universal vaccine could protect patients for their lifetime from multiple existing or future strains of influenza virus.
Millions of people around the world lack adequate access to essential medical products. Companies in the U.S. and other places are working to change that.
An international team of scientists may have found a way to turn modified rice seeds into a weapon against HIV/AIDS.
Scientists agree genetically engineered foods are safe to eat and help feed a growing world. Learn more about them.
Experimental poliovirus therapy developed by Duke University researchers shows early promise for treating aggressive brain cancers.
New inventions from the global health startup community, with funding from USAID, are improving care — and outcomes — for Ebola patients in the DRC.
What if hospitals could travel as well as shipping containers? The Smart Pod is a state-of-the-art mobile health clinic designed to go wherever the next health emergency may be.
Hopes are high that U.S.-backed research underway in Africa will lead to a vaccine that ultimately stops new infections of HIV.