As we deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, there is another pandemic going on — a much slower one — that has serious health implications when the two pandemics meet.
Questions about vaccines linger in the public and are often repeated by public figures. One question is which vaccines are the most necessary. In this post, we tell you which are not necessary and why.
Researchers at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine are working on a vaccine against tuberculosis before multi-drug resistant tuberculosis becomes a bigger problem than it already is.
A new tuberculosis vaccine is showing promise. It might even mean no more antibiotics for latent tuberculosis soon…
Recent research into the BCG vaccine’s effects on lung cancer has shown some great promise in preventing it.