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   25/06/2010
Looking at long-term OPV use and at fractional IPV dosage The New England Journal of Medicine has published today two studies on polio eradication, offering useful new insights both for the pre- and post-eradication era. In the first study, Helen Jenki...
   25/06/2010
Looking at long-term OPV use and at fractional IPV dosage The New England Journal of Medicine has published today two studies on polio eradication, offering useful new insights both for the pre- and post-eradication era. In the first study, Helen Jenki...
   21/06/2010
As polio eradication launches plan to tackle the final 1%, funding threatens historic achievement THE new Strategic Plan to eradicate polio by 2013 is already being compromised by a lack of funds, despite the fact the new approaches outlined in the Plan a...
   11/06/2010
Vaccination campaigns delayed or curtailed to minimize funding risk After several rounds of intense vaccination campaigns to end a polio outbreak in west Africa, which saw heads of state, movie stars and football heroes advocate for the eradication of pol...
   08/03/2010
Top-level leadership at launches of vaccination campaigns The President of Chad started the day by announcing, "I am personally declaring war on polio." The President of Mali launched campaigns in his country, calling on his peers to help make Africa...
   04/03/2010
Campaign aims to leave no child unvaccinated in 19 countries More than 85 million children under five years old will be immunized against polio in 19 countries across west and central Africa in a massive example of cross-border cooperation aimed at st...
   23/02/2010
“End Polio Now” message beamed on to monuments worldwide   Iconic landmarks around the world were illuminated with the “End Polio Now” message the week of 23 February in honour of Rotary's 105th anniversary. Landmarks lit up included: the...