Protecting The World S Children

Author: Sidsel Roalkvam
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 019164451X
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Diarrhoea: Why children are still dying and what can be done. New York and
Geneva: UNICEF and WHO. Vaccine Safety Datalink Group (2005). The use of a
computerized database to monitor vaccine safety in Viet Nam. Bulletin of the
World ...

Delivery Systems For Tuberculosis Prevention And Treatment

Author: Anthony J. Hickey
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118943198
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However, new approaches to TB drug delivery as described in the current
volume have the potential to overcome this ... Finally, while BCG vaccine remains
the world's most widely used vaccine and protects children against disseminated
TB ...

State Of The World S Vaccines And Immunization

Author: J. M. Maurice
Publisher: World Health Organization
ISBN: 9241563869
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The spores of this bacterium are present throughout the world in soil. ... This new
approach called for mass immunization campaigns, delivering three sequential
doses of vaccine to all women of childbearing age in the high- risk communities.

Transnational Partnerships

Author: M. Beisheim
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137359536
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N. N. Mudege and E. M. Zulu (2011) 'Discourses of Illegality and Exclusion: When
Water Access Matters', Global Public Health, 6 (3), 221–33. ... of the Global
Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization' in W. A. Muraskin (Ed) Crusade to
Immunize the World's Children (Los Angeles, ... F. Neto (2003) 'A New Approach
to Sustainable Tourism Development: Moving beyond Environmental Protection',
Natural ...

Textbook Of Pediatric Infectious Diseases

Author: A Parthasarathy
Publisher: JP Medical Ltd
ISBN: 9350903776
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I INTRODUCTION The Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunizations (GAVI)
Alliance is a unique public-private global ... to saving children's lives and
protecting people's health by increasing access to immunization in developing
countries. ... Systems GAVI funds immunization programs in developing countries
where 85% of the world's unvaccinated children live. ... Develops Market-based
Solutions GAVI's Advance Market Commitment (AMC) is a new approach to
public health ...

The Proctor Bulletin

Author: Francis I. Proctor Foundation
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1n trachoma endemic areas children are the focus of repeated and persistent
infection by C. trachomatis, however, the prevalence of active ... immune
protection, however, other antigens provoked strong immunopathological
responses. Thus new approaches toward a trachoma vaccine must take into
account the antigenic diversity of these organisms, and define and ... Knowledge
of the MOMP Tcell determinants are variable or constant has important
implications for vaccine design.

Vaccine Design

Author: Rino Rappuoli
Publisher: Horizon Scientific Press
ISBN: 1904455743
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Innovative Approaches and Novel Strategies Rino Rappuoli, Fabio Bagnoli ...
Polyvalent purified PS vaccines are immunogenic in healthy adults, but not in
high risk groups such as young children and the elderly. Development of PS–
protein conjugate vaccines has overcome the poor immunogenicity of PS in
children, but the protection imparted is ... The need for new pneumococcal
vaccines The potential contribution of vaccines to the control of pneumococcal
disease has been ...

Public Health And Infectious Diseases

Author: Jeffrey Griffiths
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 012381507X
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New approaches to vaccine development now being studied include infectious
clone DNA and naked DNA vaccines. These vaccines offer promise in terms of
protection against all serotypes as well. ... Indeed, a child growing up in an
endemic community can be infected soon after weaning, and continue to be
infected and constantly reinfected for life. Global and Regional Epidemiology
Recent global estimates indicate that more than a quarter of the world's
population is infected with ...

Africa South Of The Sahara 2003

Author: Eur
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9781857431315
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The objective of providing immunization for all children by 1990 was adopted by
the World Health Assembly in 1977. ... and is concerned with developing new
approaches to population ageing and encouraging healthy lite-styles and self-
care. ... According to WHO, about one- third of the world's population aged over
15 years smoke tobacco, which causes ... care; child health, including promoting
and protecting the health and development of the child through such approaches
as ...