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Researchers at Boston University School of Medicine are using bacteria to improve vaccines, and it may have exceed expectations. They believe a protein found in deadly meningitis bacteria can not only boost the effectiveness of vaccines, but it could also help fight off other diseases.

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Hate needles or the strict regime you must follow while taking antibiotic pills? There is a possible solution in the works that will ease the anxiety of going to the doctors. Researchers say they have come up with a painless alternative to administering vaccines by using a high-pressure spray delivered directly onto the inside of the cheek, where it is absorbed.

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To vaccinate or not to vaccinate? That's the question as the debate continues nationwide over whether require young children to get vaccinated. Of course, the idea of forcing parents to immunize their kids caused some controversy, and even sparked angry tweets from celebrities claiming vaccines are poisoning our children. The debate surrounds a preservative used in some vaccines called thimerosal.

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It's been almost three years since the Ebola outbreak began in West Africa, now scientists say they know who is responsible for transmitting the virus that killed around 11,300 people. According to the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences published this week, nearly 61% of the cases were caused by 3% of infected people, known as superspreaders.

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As the search for a cure to breast cancer continues, doctors at the Mayo Clinic have developed a vaccine they hope will treat and prevent precancerous breast lesions. According to the nonprofit, only 35% of precancerous breast lesions can morph into cancer if untreated.

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