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2007 Vaccine News from JHSPH

Vaccines for the Vulnerable around the World
Orin Levine and Michael Klag
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
January 3, 2007
It's flu season, and many Americans have been to the doctor or school clinic  for a flu shot…Read more.

Hib Vaccine: A Critical Ally in Asia’s Effort to Reduce Child Deaths
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
June 27, 2007

New Study Shows Hib Vaccine Protects Children from Significant Burden  of Life-Threatening Pneumonia and Meningitis…Read more.

PneumoADIP and Hib Initiative’s Pilot Child Pneumonia Prevention Africa Regional Advocacy Workshop a Success 
PneumoADIP and Hib Initiative
October, 2007
GAVI’s PneumoADIP and the Hib Initiative hosted their first Child Pneumonia Prevention Africa Regional Advocacy Workshop in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, October 23-25, 2007. Twenty-one prominent child health experts from eight African countries—Kenya, Uganda, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria, Ethiopia and Tanzania—took part in the event...Read more.

Study conducted by Dr William Moss, MD, MPH, and colleagues reveals that measles vaccinations need to be repeated to protect HIV-infected children.
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
July, 2007
HIV-infected children may require repeat measles vaccination for protection, according to new research from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and other institutions...Read more.

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