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Admedus reports $6.3 million revenues amid $12.7 million Star Bright backing

Admedus Ltd (ASX:AHZ) (OTCMKTS:AMEUF) wrote $6.3 million in revenues in the September 2018 financial quarter after raising $7.7 million from cornerstone investor Star Bright Holding Ltd this year. A..
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Admedus appoints Steve Denaro to the board

Admedus Ltd (ASX:AHZ) has appointed experienced tax professional Streve Denaro to sit on its board as a non-executive director and company secretary. The chartered accountant and registered tax agent..
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Chickenpox outbreak in Western North Carolina [Video]Chickenpox outbreak in Western North Carolina  01:00

Health officials in North Carolina are urging parents to get their child vaccines after a chickenpox outbreak.

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Poll suggests one-third of parents skipping flu vaccine for their children [Video]Poll suggests one-third of parents skipping flu vaccine for their children  01:06

A 12-year-old boy was one of 8 children who died from the flu in Florida last year. Now, an online national poll suggests one third of parents may skip getting their children vaccinated this season...

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The global battle against Malaria stalls [Video]The global battle against Malaria stalls  01:53

According to the U.N health agency's 2018 report, annual cases of malaria are leveling off after several years of steady decline. Lauren Anthony reports.

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Flu clinics come to Elyria schools [Video]Flu clinics come to Elyria schools  01:58

Flu Clinics coming to local schools

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Power-free fridge | FT Business [Video]Power-free fridge | FT Business  03:58

► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: The FT’s technology reporter Sally Davies visits north Wales to meet the people behind start-up Sure Chill, which has..

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This University Will Allow You to Bring Your Furry Friends to School [Video]This University Will Allow You to Bring Your Furry Friends to School  00:58

Pennsylvania's Lock Haven University joins the trend of creating pet friendly dorms for their students. Buzz 60's Justin Kircher has the story.

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Two-year ban for nurse who sold vaccines and pocketed the cash

Nurse to pay costs for stringing out proceedings and maintaining “her elaborate story”: QCAT.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

NSW pharmacists to offer more shots

From January, pharmacists in NSW who complete an approved course will be able to give vaccines for measles, whooping cough and other shots.
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NSW pharmacists get go-ahead to give measles, whooping cough vaccines

The vaccines 16-year-olds will soon be able to get from your pharmacist without a doctor's visit.
Credit: Brisbane Times - Published Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

How did this year's flu season compare to 2017?

Cases of flu in Australia have dramatically fallen this year. Was an increase in vaccines the answer?
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Free vaccination program starts in SA

South Australian babies and children will be the first in the nation to receive free Meningococcal B vaccines.
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Imugene begins manufacture of its innovative cancer vaccine for trials

Imugene Limited (ASX:IMU) has formally commenced cGMP (current good manufacturing practice) manufacture of the clinical batch of its cancer vaccine KEY-Vaxx. The cGMP batch is part of the pre-clinical..
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Admedus completes placement to strategic cornerstone investor Star Bright Group

Admedus Limited (ASX:AHZ) has completed the placement of more than 70 million shares to Hong Kong-based significant investor Star Bright Group. The latest investment takes Star Bright’s total..
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HIV, malaria and tuberculosis vaccines unlikely: study

To make real progress against infectious diseases by 2030, the world must increase research spending to nearly $US9 billion ($12 billion) a year.
Credit: Sydney Morning Herald - Published Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

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