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Despite Challenges, Ebola Vaccine Research Continues In West African Nations

The Lancet: Ebola vaccines line up while industry calls for change “As the West African Ebola outbreak slows, the world has a suite of experimental vaccines in various stages of development. But manufacturers are warning of problems ahead…” (Petherick, 10/10). Reuters: J&J starts vaccine trial in Sierra Leone, even as…

UNICEF Calls For Joint Vaccination Operation To Reach Sudanese Children Cut Off From Aid

U.N. News Centre: UNICEF calls for a joint vaccination plan in Sudan “Calling for a joint vaccination operational plan in Sudan, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) [Tuesday] outlined the dire situation for thousands of children living in the Nuba Mountains, which remain inaccessible after four years while conflict in…

South Korea Pledges $12M Over 3 Years To Gavi

IANS/Business Standard: Seoul to offer $12 mn towards global vaccine program “The South Korean government on Tuesday said it will provide $12 million over the next three years towards a global vaccine program. The foreign ministry said it has signed a related memorandum of understanding with [Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance]…

Blog Post Provides Roundup Of Recent Global Health Research News

Global Health Technologies Coalition’s “Breakthroughs”: Research Roundup: genetic protection against malaria, the vaccine pipeline, and counterfeit drugs and the FDA Kat Kelley, GHTC’s senior program assistant, highlights recent news in global health research, including a study identifying a genetic variation that might provide protection against malaria, a report evaluating the…