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The Two Polio Vaccines

Polio can’t be cured, but it can be prevented. Two important tools help to prevent polio – two safe, effective...
Polio can’t be cured, but it can be prevented. Two important tools help to prevent polio – two safe, effective vaccines. Find out about the oral polio vaccine and the inactivated poliovirus vaccine and their roles in the polio eradication effort.
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WHO: Vaccine-derived polioviruses

To eradicate polio, we need to stop all strains of the virus, including vaccine-derived polioviruses. This short...
To eradicate polio, we need to stop all strains of the virus, including vaccine-derived polioviruses. This short video explains how these rare virus strains emerge and how to stop them.
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In the wake of Wakefield

Twenty years ago, in February 1998, one of the most serious public health scandals of the 20th century was born,...
Twenty years ago, in February 1998, one of the most serious public health scandals of the 20th century was born, when researcher, Andrew Wakefield and his co-authors published a paper in the medical journal The Lancet suggesting a link between the MMR vaccine and autism. As we know, in the years that followed, Wakefield's paper was completely discredited as "an elaborate fraud" and retracted. Attempts by many other researchers to replicate his "findings" have all failed and investigations unearthed commercial links and conflicts of interests underpinning his original work. Wakefield himself was struck off the medical register. And yet, the ripples of that episode are still being felt today all over the world as a resurgent anti-vaccine movement continues to drive down inoculation rates, particularly in developed Western societies, where measles rates have rocketed particularly in Europe and the United States. But the Wakefield scandal hasn't just fostered the current ant-vax movement but has played a key role in helping to undermine trust in a host of scientific disciplines from public health research to climate science and GM technology. Through the archive, science journalist Adam Rutherford explores the continuing legacy of the anti-vaccine movement on the anniversary of one of its most notorious episodes, and explore its impact on health, on research and on culture both at home and abroad.
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What can governments do to help young people thrive?

Today’s youth are tomorrow’s economic prosperity. What can governments do now to help young people transform the...
Today’s youth are tomorrow’s economic prosperity. What can governments do now to help young people transform the future?
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The evidence for optimism

Melinda Gates looks at the qualitative and quantitative data that makes her believe the world is getting better.
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An entirely preventable public health crisis

How an outbreak of diphtheria in a Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh makes it clear that these people were living...
How an outbreak of diphtheria in a Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh makes it clear that these people were living in substandard conditions before they fled Myanmar.
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Erradicación de la polio en las Américas

In Spanish. The videos has messages from the leaders of polio eradication in the Americas.
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RBE UK malaria dogs

These dogs in the UK are trained to sniff out malaria.
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Meningococcal Disease Public Service Announcement

NFID animated public service announcement on the two types of vaccines available to prevent meningococcal disease...
NFID animated public service announcement on the two types of vaccines available to prevent meningococcal disease among adolescents and young adults
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Mic Speaks to Melinda Gates on the Dangers of Anti-Vaxxers

"My child, my choice" is the public cry of parents who are against vaccinating their children. But that choice may...
"My child, my choice" is the public cry of parents who are against vaccinating their children. But that choice may be endangering thousands of others who can't receive vaccinations because they are too young or suffer from health conditions that compromise their immune systems. This video exposes the dangerous hypocrisy behind the anti-vaxxer movement in under six minutes.
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Mon Carnet de vaccination

Understanding the importance of vaccination cards through song!
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MSF logistics

Logistics behind an MSF vaccination campaign in CAR
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My story for vaccines

This talk was given at a local TEDx event. The speaker talks about preventing chronic diseases in developing...
This talk was given at a local TEDx event. The speaker talks about preventing chronic diseases in developing countries, with a particular focus on diabetes, one of the fastest growing health challenges in Africa.
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Meeting the Challenges of Global Polio Eradication

Dr. Thomas Frieden, Director, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, discusses the achievements of the...
Dr. Thomas Frieden, Director, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, discusses the achievements of the global polio programme and the way head, focussing on India's efforts.
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Meeting the Challenges of Global Polio Eradication: Michel Zaffran interview

On September 28, CSIS hosted a major international conference that brought together polio eradication leaders for a...
On September 28, CSIS hosted a major international conference that brought together polio eradication leaders for a full day of panels and discussion. Here is an interview with Michel Zaffra
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Meningitis A in Burkina Faso

MenAfriVac, a new vaccine against Meningococcal Meningitis seroptype Nm A, is expected to prevent meningitis...
MenAfriVac, a new vaccine against Meningococcal Meningitis seroptype Nm A, is expected to prevent meningitis epidemics in Africa's "meningitis belt" of 25 countries that stretch from Senegal in the west to Ethiopia in the east. Hit by epidemics every few years, the meningitis belt accounts for 95 percent of the world's meningococcal meningitis disease burden. The region's worst epidemic in recent times, the 1996 epidemic, hit more than 250,000 people in the region, killing 25,000 people and causing residual disability for 50,000 others. Besides the death and disability though, meningitis epidemics have a profound socio-political significance too. Epidemics frighten people away from work and cost large amounts of money to handle. Developed by the Meningitis Vaccine Project, a joint project of PATH and WHO, the vaccine was launched in Burkina Faso in November 2010. MenAfriVac costs less than 50 US cents per dose and is 95 percent effective. The GAVI Alliance is paying the overwhelming majority of costs to roll the vaccine out. If fully funded, GAVI expects to see 236 million people vaccinated with MenAfriVac in all 25 countries of the meningitis belt.
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Meningitis A Shot of Hope

This documentary examines the remarkable global response to devastating meningitis A outbreaks in Africa and the...
This documentary examines the remarkable global response to devastating meningitis A outbreaks in Africa and the rapid development of an affordable vaccine to eliminate these recurring epidemics.
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Main Bhi ASHA

'Main Bhi ASHA' explores the journey of an ASHA and ANM working to fully immunzing every child as part of Mission...
'Main Bhi ASHA' explores the journey of an ASHA and ANM working to fully immunzing every child as part of Mission Indradhanush
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Making numbers count: fighting pneumonia in Nepal

Clinical research funded by Gavi partners at Patan Hospital in Kathmandu is helping shape Nepal’s immunisation...
Clinical research funded by Gavi partners at Patan Hospital in Kathmandu is helping shape Nepal’s immunisation policy against its biggest child killer: pneumonia. This video shows how disease burden and impact studies at Patan have guided the national introduction of Haemophilus influenzae type b and pneumococcal vaccines, which protect children against the two main causes of pneumonia.
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Maurice Hilleman Vaccine Symposium

Internationally recognized experts give research updates on vaccine work for worldwide problems, such as HIV and...
Internationally recognized experts give research updates on vaccine work for worldwide problems, such as HIV and Ebola, as well as updates on vaccine efforts of particular relevance to Montana, such as in brucellosis. Research efforts led by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Merck & Co., Inc., are also summarized.
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