Zika Vaccine: Human Trials On Mosquito Saliva Begin
Human testing has begun on a new vaccine that makes humans taste bad to Aedes Aegypti, the Zika-carrying tropical mosquito. The National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) launched last week Phase 1 of clinical trials to test a vaccine intended to protect against mosquito-born viruses.
Stem Cell Therapy: The Key To Multiple Sclerosis, Details Inside
As the number of the suspected possible treatment for multiple sclerosis keeps on rising, how essential and effective is the stem cell therapy for the auto-immune disease? What’s with stem cell that experts have considered this treatment as the cure for the disease? Find out what health professionals have to say