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immunogen consisting of a suspension of weakened or dead pathogenic cells injected in order to stimulate the production of antibodies

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Valneva SE (EPA: VLA) has been granted Fast Track designation for its Lyme disease vaccine candidate VLA15 from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the French biopharmaceutical company revealed on Monday.
Massachusetts has an opportunity - some like Telford believe an obligation - to make the Lyme disease vaccine available again as soon as possible.
Recombinant outer-surface-protein A Lyme disease vaccine study consortium.
Arthropathy codes appeared in the medical charts of 16% of Lyme disease vaccine recipients and 14% of unvaccinated controls seen at Harvard Pilgrim HMO between Jan.
The availability of a Lyme disease vaccine has made immunization to this infection an issue for domestic travelers.
The new study solidifies the earlier reports suggesting that the Lyme disease vaccine sometimes fails because the array of proteins on the bacterium's surface changes, says Leonard H.
A Lyme disease vaccine (LYMErix) is now available for older children and adults aged 15 to 70.
For example, Welsh recalled that the Westerly store offered a Lyme disease vaccine program.
People at high risk in endemic areas, should consider Lymerix[R], the Lyme disease vaccine now available from SmithKline Beacham PLC.
Earlier this year, federal officials approved a Lyme disease vaccine for general use.
For information about the Lyme disease vaccine, visit the Web at www.
SmithKline Beecham gained 16p to 793p after US drugs regulators approved its Lyme disease vaccine and traders recommended it as a buy.
In our March issue, we reported new developments regarding a possible Lyme disease vaccine.
Mandatory laboratory surveillance ended after 2002 when the Lyme disease vaccine was removed from the market.