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Researchers make a huge step towards a universal flu vaccine

Researchers around the world are feverishly working to develop a universal flu vaccine that would cover all influenza strains. They may now be a step closer to creating such a vaccine, thanks to researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, who collaborated...

source: By Lynn Hetzler
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A ground-breaking study on a new experimental pill for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is currently underway in Toronto, but the community remains divided on its use. Drug manufacturer Hoffmann-La Roche has commissioned an international research study for Balovaptan,...

source: City News

Research from three Ontario universities sheds new light on the risks associated with cannabis use during pregnancy, finding the psychoactive component of the drug restricts oxygen and nutrients from crossing through the placenta. The...

source: Times Colonist

Health advocates say a safe supply of opioids is critical to help prevent people from overdosing on tainted street drugs. Now, a pilot project in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside provides some high-risk users with access to an automated...

source: CBC News

A new study published recently tells a darker story about one of Canada's key scientific discoveries — the development of the world's first approved Ebola vaccine. Dalhousie University law professor Matthew Herder used Canada's Access...

source: CBC News

New research published in The Lancet has found that sepsis is responsible for the most deaths worldwide, even more than cancer or coronary disease — previously believed to be the leading causes of death globally. The study determined that, in 2017, 48.9 million cases...

source: UBC Faculty of Medicine

Nova Scotia has lifted restrictions that limited the amount of tamoxifen a patient could receive in one prescription. The move comes after Health Canada officially declared the shortage of the drug has been resolved. Tamoxifen...

source: The Chronicle Herald


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