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This week in vaccines: 9th October 2016

This week in vaccines 9th October 2016 This week ended with the release of two major reports; the first was “Further, Faster Fairer” from Save the Children, which tallied immunisation progress around the world and outlined key challenge areas for reaching every child with...

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This week in vaccines: 21st August 2016

This week in vaccines 21st August 2016 This week saw the launch of a massive emergency vaccine campaign in DRC, using 1/5 of the normal dose, stretching supply to protect 10 million people before the beginning of the rainy...

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This week in vaccines: 14th August 2016

This week in vaccines 14th August 2016 This week we saw the unwelcome return of polio to Borno state, Nigeria, on what would have been the 2 year anniversary of a polio free...

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This week in vaccines: 24th July 2016

This week in vaccines 24th July 2016 Today marks two years since Nigeria’s last case of wild poliovirus – a remarkable milestone for the country’s vaccination campaigns, health workers and technical...

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This week in vaccines: 12th June 2016

This week in vaccines 12th June 2016  This week health leaders around the world gathered for the High Level Meeting on AIDS in New York, and discussions around the importance of an HIV vaccine and integration of educational prevention initiatives with other vaccine services weren’t far...

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This week in vaccines: 22nd May 2016

This week in vaccines 22nd May 2016 This week the Women Deliver conference in Copenhagen saw organisations and leaders from around the world gather to consider the global fight for women’s rights across a variety of...

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This week in vaccines: 15th May 2016

This week in vaccines 15th May 2016 This week was a busy one for vaccine innovation and partnership, with the Gates Foundation announcing an agreement to manufacture polio vaccine to complete the eradication campaign, a new initiative piloting the use of drones for vaccine and medical delivery and the latest malaria vaccine being named the most effective so...

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