Coffee with Polio Experts: Dr Ondrej Mach, WHO

Why we are developing new polio vaccines for the post-eradication era.

Ondrej Mach of the WHO polio research team discusses why new inactivated polio vaccine solutions are needed for the post-eradication era. Why are we developing entirely new vaccines for a disease which will no longer exist?


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