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  1. Vaccines: The Price of Protecting a Child from Killer Diseases

    Language English Issue Brief Vaccinating with new vaccines should save many more lives, but high ... new vaccines to the national immunization program is like taking out multiple ... because they are protected against killer diseases through vaccination. Vaccinating with new vaccines ...

    MSF-USA Adminis... - Dec 3 2012 - 10:24pm

  2. Easier-to-Use Vaccines Are Needed for Hard-to-Reach Children

    vaccines are simplified so that they’re better adapted to real-life conditions, we will never get on top ... effective immunization programs."—Florence Fermon, MSF Vaccines Adviser Immunization is one of the most ... this basic protection from disease. Why? It’s because existing vaccines are hard to use in the places where ...

    MSF-USA Adminis... - Dec 3 2012 - 8:08pm

  3. Vaccines: Ensuring Sustainable Supplies

    vaccinations. Report Download Report [975 KB] Over the last few years, new vaccines to fight an increased range ... protection against childhood killer diseases. But current vaccine supply and procurement practices ... are limiting countries’ ability to get the vaccines they want and need for their children. This is leading ...

    MSF-USA Adminis... - Dec 3 2012 - 11:03pm

  4. Vaccinating Children Beyond the "Cold Chain:" Extending the Heat Stability of Vaccines

    vaccinations in 2012, and an estimated 1.5 million children aged under five die every year from ... vaccine-preventable diseases. Shipping and storing vaccines in a “cold chain” in the tropical heat of many ... resource-limited countries—whereby the vaccine is kept at temperatures between 2°C to 8°C from the point ...

    Elias Primoff - Apr 22 2014 - 4:06pm

  5. Murky Waters: Why the Cholera Epidemic in Luanda, Angola was a Disaster Waiting to Happen

    click here. Language English Country / Region:  Angola Issues:  Cholera Vaccination Campaign Quote:  ...

    MSF-USA Adminis... - Apr 30 2006 - 9:20pm

  6. Conference Briefing Paper: Medical Innovations for Neglected Patients

    suffering and death. There are numerous illustrations of the lack of suitable diagnostics, vaccines ... in resourcelimited settings in a second stage. Newer vaccines against rotavirus, for example, may have the potential ... in mind. Rolling them out in developing countries will pose severe strains because these vaccines ...

    MSF-USA Adminis... - Dec 12 2012 - 12:08am

  7. Submission to the US Trade Representative Regarding the 2012 Special 301 Review Process

    are denied access to medicines, vaccines, and diagnostic tools either because they do not exist due ... new drug, diagnostic test, or vaccine needed to treat, detect, or prevent a range of diseases ...

    MSF-USA Adminis... - Feb 15 2012 - 10:21pm

  8. Migrants in Morocco

    and HIV/AIDS, were diagnosed and treated in Moroccan health facilities. Migrants now have access to vaccination ...

    MSF-USA Adminis... - Sep 8 2010 - 12:46am

  9. MSF Projects in South Sudan in 2011?12

    consultations and vaccinations. In 2011, MSF teams delivered 3,665 babies, conducted 39,596 consultations, ... malnutrition, providing reproductive health care, vaccinating children, and providing access to secondary health ... MSF has performed more than 10,000 outpatient consultations, vaccinated 12,000 children between ...

    MSF-USA Adminis... - Feb 24 2012 - 6:04am