Melbourne: Australian researchers are set to launch a study to develop a new Tuberculosis vaccine that will boost immunity in children and protect them from allergies. Over 1,400 children are expected to be part of this research over a two-year period. According to a report, Scientists at University of Melbourne, Murdoch Children`s Institute and Mercy Hospital are keen to work on the vaccine, which was routinely given until the 1980s in Australia. However, the practice was stopped after a decline in the number of people affected by TB. Nigel Curtis of University of Melbourne said small studies have already shown positive results.
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