Takeda Dengue Vaccine: Clinical Trials, Updates and Efficacy

Takeda Dengue Vaccine: Clinical Trials, Updates and Efficacy
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Dengue fever is a destructive mosquito-borne flavivirus with about half of the world's population at risk. There are roughly 390 million infections globally per year. A dengue vaccine is considered…

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Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever: How is it different from dengue?

Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever: How is it different from dengue?
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Although dengue was once an occasional infection that caused long-interval epidemics, today it is considered the primary mosquito-borne viral disease in the world. According to the World Health Organization (WHO),…

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How long does the dengue vaccine last?

How long does the dengue vaccine last?
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Dengue fever is a harmful virus that is transmitted through the bite of Aedes Aegypti mosquito. According to the World Health Organization, an approximate of 100 to 400 million infections…

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How to Prevent Dengue?

How to Prevent Dengue?
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Dengue fever, which is also known as breakbone fever is the most common mosquito borne viral disease that has been spreading rapidly in many parts of the world in recent…

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Dengue vs Malaria: How to Differentiate Between the Two?

Dengue vs Malaria: How to Differentiate Between the Two?
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Many people nowadays are either suffering from malaria or dengue. They are acute, chronic and infectious diseases that may even cause death. Both dengue and malaria are also caused by…

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