Responding to positive news in relation to the development of a COVID-19 vaccination. David Sinclair, Director of the International Longevity Centre – UK said:
“While the progress in the development of a COVID vaccine will be a relief to many reading the news today, this is not the time to be complacent.”
For too many adults, immunisation is seen as being ‘just for kids’
From big data to blockchain, and gamification to AI and robotics, can technology help increase uptake of adult immunisations?
ILC-UK have today published a think piece which explores how technology is beginning to influence the delivery and uptake of adult vaccination.
From Big Data to the Internet of Things: Can technology help increase uptake of adult immunisations?
The International Federation of Ageing (IFA) and the International Longevity Centre UK (ILC-UK) have issued a joint statement on proposed changes to the childhood pneumococcal vaccine guidelines. The organisations have issued this statement.
Interesting article in The Sun about Pneumococcal disease and the important role for vaccination.
The Meningitis Research Foundation (MRF) has expressed concern over a Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) recommendation that the number of doses of pneumococcal vaccine given to babies should be reduced.
Woman who lost both her legs and all of the fingers on her left hand after contracting MenW shares video of her experiences.
New research published by Marshall University and promoted by Science Daily, reveals that patients who recover from invasive pneumococcal pneumonia may suffer shorter longevity.