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  • Brazil to Invest R$25 Million by 2012 on Anti-HIV Vaccines / Brasil vai investir R$25 milhões até 2012 em vacinas anti-HIV

    Sunday, October 5th, 2008

    From Brazil’s National Program on Sexually Transmitted Diseases and AIDS (STD-AIDS):
    R$ 25 million to be invested in Anti-HIV Vaccines by 2012
    During the next four years the Brazilian Ministry of Health will invest R$ 25 million in research into the development of a vaccine against AIDS. The resources will be applied in human resource training, laboratory […]

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    Cervical Cancer Control in LAC / Control del cáncer de cuello uterino en ALC

    Wednesday, June 4th, 2008

    From the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO):
    Researchers Report that Better Screening, Treatment, and Affordable Vaccines Can Prevent Doubling of Cervical Cancer Deaths in Latin America, Caribbean
    With Cervical Cancer Killing 33,000 Annually in the Region, Experts in Mexico City Consider Promise, Costs of Detection, Treatment and Introduction of New Vaccines against Deadly Virus
    Thirty-three thousand women in […]

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    Flu Vaccine Technology to Be Transfered to Brazil, Mexico

    Wednesday, April 25th, 2007

    From the World Health Organization (WHO):
    WHO facilitates vaccine technology transfer to developing countries
    As part of a concerted effort to ensure more equitable access to a potential pandemic influenza vaccine, six developing countries are being awarded grants to establish in-country manufacturing capacity for influenza vaccine. The countries are Brazil, India, Indonesia, Mexico, Thailand and Viet Nam.
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    The Costs of Vaccinating and of Not Vaccinating: The Case of Pneumococcal Disease in LAC

    Friday, April 20th, 2007

    This has been sitting in the backlog queue since December, I am ashamed to say. I wanted to reshape this into a true Temas article (hence the delay), but simply do not have the time. Yet I still consider the issue important and relevant enough to reprint the PAHO press […]

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