1. Takeda to seek Japan approval for dengue vaccine  The Japan Times
  2. Cure For Dengue Fever?  CNA Insider
  3. Could vaccines turn the tide in the fight against dengue?  The Daily Star
  4. Dengue vaccine now within sight, but Bangladesh decides to wait and see  The Business Standard
  5. Kill the dengue virus in 6 hours instead of 2 weeks? This NUS researcher is 'getting close'  CNA
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The firm's CEO said Takeda will prioritize regulatory approval in endemic countries, and that it will later seek approval in Japan to make it available for travelers.The firm's CEO said Takeda will prioritize regulatory approval in endemic countries, and that it will later seek approval in Japan to make it available for travelers.

Takeda to seek Japan approval for dengue vaccine | The Japan Times

After spending 10 years on dengue research, he and his team from the Immunology Translational Research Programme are hopeful that clinical trials of ‘super potent’ medicines can start in the next 18 to 24 months. In partnership with the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine.After spending 10 years on dengue research, he and his team from the Immunology Translational Research Programme are hopeful that clinical trials of ‘super potent’ medicines can start in the next 18 to 24 months. In partnership with the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine.

Kill the dengue virus in 6 hours instead of 2 weeks? This NUS researcher is ‘getting close’ - CNA

BANGKOK/JAKARTA/HANOI -- Indonesia's successful pursuit of a homegrown coronavirus vaccine shows the challenges and opportunities for Southeast AsianJakarta now has homegrown halal alternative to Western, Chinese shots

Indonesia's COVID vaccine shows region's push for third way - Nikkei Asia