A vaccine protected rhesus monkeys against several strains of Campylobacter bacteria, which causes gastroenteritis in millions of young children each year and can stunt growth and compromise brain development in children who are repeatedly infected. The vaccine is based on bacteria inactivated with hydrogen peroxide and was 83% effective, researchers reported in Science Advances.
Vaccine tested in monkeys could help millions of children
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