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08/10/19

Zika known for abnormal small heads ‘found in Africa’

It is the first time Zika linked to abnormal heads of newborns has been found in Africa.

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10/09/19

Plan to wipe out malaria comes with hefty price tag

Commission claims that eradication is possible by 2050, but doubts remain over how it will be funded.

News:

02/09/19

Africa on the brink of polio eradication

Nigeria was last African country where disease was considered endemic.

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30/08/19

Vaccine alliance in US$7.4bn funding push

… Global vaccine alliance enters fundraising effort Partner countries expected to contribute at … least US$3.6bn Misconceptions and stigma remain dangerous barriers to vaccination

Feature:

28/08/19

How close are we to a ‘workable’ HIV vaccine?

… Scientists say HIV is the most challenging virus they face — yet some remain hopeful of finding a vaccine by 2030. …

Opinion:

26/08/19

Q&A: Jean-Jacques Muyembe, a lifetime fighting Ebola

… by the Congolese researcher, shows promising results Johnson & Johnson's MBA-VN vaccine is under investigation for use in the DRC …

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19/08/19

Ebola: calls for vigilance despite treatment breakthrough

The scientific community is calling for vigilance despite confirmation from health authorities of the efficacy of …

Role Models:

19/07/19

Q&A: WHO’s chief scientist rises above her father’s legacy

Digital technologies can ‘leapfrog’ developing countries into a new era of healthcare, says Soumya Swaminathan.

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18/07/19

Ebola outbreak in DRC is international emergency, says WHO

… the discovery of a case in Goma DRC ‘open’ to introduction of second Ebola vaccine

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16/07/19

Poorest children at risk as global vaccination rates stall

… Some 20 million children worldwide are missing out on life-saving vaccines, UN agencies warn. …

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