Immunology in the news
Immunology in the news
The Home Office has published statistics on the number of animals used in research in 2017.
Our response to the JCVI's statement on whether adolescent boys should receive the HPV vaccine.
BSI Trustee and Public Engagement Secretary Professor Sheena Cruickshank was profiled in this week’s The Life Scientific on BBC Radio 4.
On the tenth anniversary of the United Kingdom Primary Immunodeficiency (UKPID) Registry, the publication of their Primary Immunodeficiency (PID) report offers the most comprehensive view to date of this small but significant group of UK patients. This report, published in Clinical & Experimental Immunology, provides valuable information on PID in the UK, especially regarding delays to diagnosis. The longer it takes for a patient to be diagnosed, the less well the patient may do in the long-term, so this information is key in helping patients in the future.
Shillitoe et al. 2018 The United Kingdom Primary Immune Deficiency (UKPID) registry 2012 to 2017. Clinical & Experimental Immunology https://doi.org/10.1111/cei.13125
The British Society for Immunology welcomes a new framework document published by the Brexit Department detailing a plan for the UK's relationship with the EU for science after Brexit.
Our response to a paper in Nature Reviews Cancer on the environmental factors associated with the development of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia.
Our response to new research on a molecule to target the common cold virus
BSI statement into response to the Cochrane review on the safety and effectiveness of the HPV vaccine
The European Commission has today published a series of recommendations for how the EU should strengthen cooperation in the fight against vaccine-preventable diseases.
Our response to paper on fish oil and probiotic supplements during pregnancy reducing the risk of food allergies and eczema in children.
BSI members interviewed on BBC Radio 4 about ageing and immunity
Our response to the WHO announcement that the number of measles cases in Europe has risen by 400% in the past year.
Immunology has featured prominently on BBC Radio 4 Today programme this morning (8 February).
Our response to news stories on a new vaccine-based immunotherapy to treat grass pollen allergy