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Identifying appropriate journals in which to publish original research on vaccines against human infectious diseases - Volume 21, Issue

The most effective way of communicating new research findings is by publishing them in a peer-reviewed journal which is widely read and highly respected. To ensure that important new data are shared with the appropriate audience in a timely manner,…

Vaccines and immunotherapies - Volume 27, Issue

The use of vaccines and immunotherapies in medicine dates back to the end of the 18th century and the work of Edward Jenner, the father of immunology. Jenner, building on the observations of John Fewster in 1768, showed that inoculation with the…

An introduction to vaccines and immunotherapies - Volume 27, Issue

Vaccines and immunotherapies are among the largest categories for pharmaceutical products, meaning that many medical writers will work in this field. For people new to this area, we describe the basics of how vaccines and immunotherapies work.

Pharmacovigilance for vaccines and immunotherapies - Volume 27, Issue

Although the content of EU Periodic Benefit- Risk Evaluation Reports (PBRERs) for vaccines is governed by the same regulatory framework as applies to other medicinal products, the complex nature of vaccines presents vaccine-specific challenges that…

Profile - An Interview with Juliane Chaccour - Writing in Mozambique - Volume 25, Issue

On her private Twitter profile, Julie (Juliane) describes herself as “freelance medical editor, mother, immunologist with an interest in tropical diseases and vaccines”. Julie works as a freelance medical writer and editor, is managing editor at…

HIV vaccine clinical trials: An overview - Volume 27, Issue

More than 30 years after the discovery of the human immunodeficiency virus as the agent that causes AIDS, an effective vaccine against this deadly disease has yet to be developed. The pathway to the development of a vaccine has been riddled with…

Addressing vaccine hesitancy in writing - Volume 27, Issue

Since the infamous article by Wakefield et al. was published in 1998, diseases once nearly eradicated are re-emerging. As a result, research has focused on communication strategies that can successfully combat vaccine hesitancy. Current research…

The Big Pharma conspiracy theory - Volume 22, Issue

This essay outlines the broad themes of the conspiracy theory that pharmaceutical companies, regulators, politicians, and others are secretly working in consort against the public interest. This so-called Big Pharma conspiracy theory shares a number…

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