#vaccines

  • Article: The World Now Has an Insurance Policy Against Epidemics
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    The World Now Has an Insurance Policy Against Epidemics

    Feb. 10, 2017

    This new international partnership aims at reducing the global response time to disease outbreaks. Read more

  • Article: Trump’s Proposed Vaccine Commission Poses Massive Risk for Public Health
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    Trump’s Proposed Vaccine Commission Poses Massive Risk for Public Health

    By Colleen Curry| Jan. 11, 2017

    Vaccines keep the U.S. population safe from deadly disease. Read more

  • Article: Impact Report: How Are Commitments Made on Health Being Delivered?
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    Impact Report: How Are Commitments Made on Health Being Delivered?

    By Simon Moss| Nov. 18, 2016

    With 359 million lives impacted to date, we are 59.7% toward affecting 601.5 million lives by 2030. Read more

  • Article: Zika Outbreak: 30 Teams, 7 Months, a Funding Crisis, and No Vaccines
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    Zika Outbreak: 30 Teams, 7 Months, a Funding Crisis, and No Vaccines

    By Colleen Curry| Sept. 14, 2016

    It’s been seven months since the WHO declared Zika an emergency. How close are we we to a vaccine? Read more

  • Article: Nigeria Confirms Third Case of Polio After Nearly Eradicating Disease
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    Nigeria Confirms Third Case of Polio After Nearly Eradicating Disease

    By Colleen Curry| Sept. 6, 2016

    Health officials mount massive polio vaccination effort after third toddler is diagnosed. Read more

  • Article: ‘Decade of Vaccines’ to Usher in the End of Polio
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    ‘Decade of Vaccines’ to Usher in the End of Polio

    July 15, 2016

    We really are so close to ending polio now. Read more

  • Article: World Immunization Week 2016: 7 days, 7 ways to improve child health
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    World Immunization Week 2016: 7 days, 7 ways to improve child health

    May 1, 2016 |Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance

    Investing in routine immunization programs is essential to building strong health systems. Read more

  • Article: Are we playing Russian roulette with African kids’ lives?
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    Are we playing Russian roulette with African kids’ lives?

    By Sophia Tsirbas| Feb. 25, 2016 |Global Poverty Project

    Africa’s first conference on immunization is an unprecedented opportunity to reach every child. Read more