Oxford vaccine team wins £1.4m to develop jab against ‘super gonorrhoea’

  30 March 2021

The Oxford University institute behind the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine has been awarded $2 million (£1.4m) to develop a jab against the increasing threat of “super gonorrhoea”. 

Researchers at the Jenner Institute believe their vaccine, one of just a handful currently in development, will prevent infections from different strains of the sexually transmitted infection (STI), including the most powerful multi-drug resistant forms that are spreading around the world. 

Further reading: The Telegraph
Author(s): Anne Gulland
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