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Chairs Lucky Slamet and Stephen Thomas
Stephen Thomas (WRAIR), Peter Smith (LSHTM), Gandi Rayón Ramírez (COFEPRIS), Chris Nelson (Sanofi Pasteur) Kwasi Amfo (Takeda), Alex Precioso (Butantan), Hasitha Tissera (Sri Lanka MOH)
Organisation Mondiale de la Santé (OMS)
Le présent document remplace la note de synthèse de 2016 de l’OMS relative au premier vaccin homologué contre la dengue, le CYD-TDV. En novembre 2017, les résultats d’une analyse...
Organisation Mondiale de la Santé (OMS)
Le Programme pour la vaccination à l’horizon2030 établit une vision et une stratégie mondiales ambitieuses pour les vaccins et la vaccination durant la décennie 20212030. Il s’appuie sur les...
Anna Ong-Lim
Why was there a loss of vaccine confidence in the Philippines? What were the consequences of this confidence crisis? How was this issue addressed?
World Health Organization (WHO)
Dengue vaccines are now in clinical development phases. Dengue vaccine trials represent a major given the specific epidemiology and clinical manifestations of the disease. Moreover, there are...
Wu Z et al.eng
Following publication of results from two phase-3 clinical trials in 10 countries or territories, endemic countries began licensing the first dengue vaccine in 2015. Using a published mathematical...
U. Heininger et al.
In 2013, the Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences (CIOMS) created a Working Group on Vaccine Safety (WG) to address unmet needs in the area of vaccine pharmacovigilance....
Jayasree K. Iyer et al.
Vaccines are a cornerstone of modern health systems. A few shots can protect a child for life against diseases such as diphtheria and cholera. While many of us take vaccines for granted, every year,...
Yuping Ambuel, Ginger Young, Joseph N. Brewoo, Joanna Paykel, Kim L. Weisgrau, Eva G. Rakasz, Aurelia A. Haller, Michael Royals, Claire Y.-H. Huang, Saverio Capuano, Dan T. Stinchcomb, Charalambos D. Partidos and Jorge E. Osorio
Dengue viruses (DENVs) cause approximately 390 million cases of DENV infections annually and over 3 billion people worldwide are at risk of infection. No dengue vaccine is currently available nor is...
World Health Organization (WHO)
This is the first WHO position paper on a dengue vaccine. It focuses primarily on the available evidence concerning the only dengue vaccine to have been registered by National Regulatory Authorities...
Jeffrey D Stanaway et al.
Background Dengue is the most common arbovirus infection globally, but its burden is poorly quantified. We estimated dengue mortality, incidence, and burden for the Global Burden of Disease Study...
Chiang C Y et al.
To protect against dengue viral infection, a novel lipidated dengue subunit vaccine was rationally designed to contain the consensus amino acid sequences derived from four serotypes of dengue...
Bruce Y. Lee et al.
With several candidate dengue vaccines under development, this is an important time to help stakeholders (e.g., policy makers, scientists, clinicians, and manufacturers) better understand the...
J. Medlock, A. Pandey
A dengue vaccine is expected to be available within a few years. Once vaccine is available, policy-makers will need to develop suitable policies to allocate the vaccine. Mathematical models of dengue...
Jorge E Osorio et al.
Dengue virus is the most serious mosquito-borne viral threat to public health and no vaccines or antiviral therapies are approved for dengue fever. The tetravalent DENVax vaccine contains a...
Annelies Wilder-Smith
The need for a dengue vaccine is more pressing than ever. Dengue—a mosquito-borne viral infection caused by any of the four dengue virus serotypes—is regarded as the most important arboviral...
Richard Mahoney et al.
Because a dengue vaccine should be tetravalent in nature and provide protection against all four dengue serotypes, regulatory agencies need to address additional issues associated with multi-valent...
Trent D et al.
In May 2009, a group of international experts on dengue, vaccine quality and clinical evaluation met together (i) to review disease, vaccine pipeline, quality issues in manufacturing, issues of...
Douglas DL et al.
A face-to-face survey of 158 policymakers and other influential professionals was conducted in eight dengue-endemic countries in Asia (India, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam) and Latin America (Brazil,...
Sri Rezeki Hadinegoro et al.
A recombinant, live, attenuated, tetravalent dengue vaccine (CYD-TDV) has been assessed in two phase 3 randomized efficacy trials involving more than 31,000 children between the ages of 2 and 14...