Scientific Scrolls

Keep yourself engaged with recent breakthrough articles and listen to the thoughts and recommendations of key opinion leaders on infectious diseases and vaccines.

Latest Clinical News and Updates

Keep yourself abreast with latest clinical data and findings published in top peer-reviewed journals in this section.


Anyone can catch and spread the flu. It’s an infectious disease that does more damage than most people realize. It can lead to severe complications, increasing the risk of heart attack and pneumonia. Vaccines are the best public health tool available to prevent the flu and its serious complications. Find out about the latest updates and developments on Influenza.

Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis & Polio

Diphtheria is a serious disease that usually begins with a sore throat and can quickly lead to breathing problems. Pertussis is a bacterial infection of the lungs and breathing tubes. It makes breathing difficult and is very easily spread. Tetanus is a disease of the nervous system causing muscle spasms and breathing problems. Polio is an infectious disease affecting the nervous system. It can cause permanent paralysis of the muscles.

Haemophilus Influenzae B

The Haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) is a bacterium that can cause severe illnesses like meningitis and pneumonia, especially in children. Vaccines against Hib have significantly reduced the morbidity and mortality associated with this infection.  Find out about the latest updates and developments on Haemophilus Influenzae B.


Meningitis is a serious and life-threatening disease. While various microorganisms can cause meningitis, bacterial causes are usually the serious form. Vaccines against meningitis have successfully caused a significant reduction in the number of cases throughout the world. Find out about the latest updates and developments on Meningitis.

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