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RotaFlash: Mali puts children first in the fight against rotavirus

From clinical trial to GEMS study site to vaccine introduction
Yesterday’s milestone launch of rotavirus vaccines in Mali highlights Mali’s unwavering commitment to the health and lives of its children.
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RotaFlash: Rota Roundup 2013 – An unprecedented year of remarkable progress

Critical advances in policy, science, and access hold great promise for 2014
2013 was a remarkable year for rotavirus vaccines, the best tool to prevent severe rotavirus disease and the deadly, dehydrating diarrhea that it causes.
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RotaFlash: Burundi battles rotavirus with vaccines

Rollout of rotavirus vaccines across Africa continues
Coinciding with the start of its second annual Mother-Child Health Week, Burundi today became the 19th GAVI-eligible country and 13th country in Africa to introduce rotavirus vaccines into its national immunization program.
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RotaFlash: First in Lusaka then nationwide, Zambia rolls out rotavirus vaccines

Focus on integrated approaches for comprehensive diarrheal disease control
Zambia today celebrated the national scale-up of rotavirus vaccination following a successful pilot in Lusaka. Zambia is the 18th GAVI-eligible country and 12th country in Africa to introduce rotavirus vaccines into its national immunization program.
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Rotavirus vaccines will help 2.8 million Ethiopian children live healthier lives

With the uplifting theme "Saving children’s lives through rota vaccines", Ethiopia yesterday became the 17th GAVI-eligible country and 11th African country to introduce vaccines against rotavirus...
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Gun Shooting

MEDIA STATEMENT

Shock and disbelief best describes our feelings on hearing the news of a 10 year old boy who was shot through his nose and now warded in the paediatric intensive care unit of Hospital Raja Permaisuri Bainun, Ipoh, Perak. The bullet is lodged at the back of his skull in between the cervical vertebrae (bones at the nape of the neck) narrowly missing his spinal cord and major blood vessels in the neck.
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Senate passes motion urging Australian Vaccination Network to disband, end scare campaign against vaccines

Senate passes motion urging Australian Vaccination Network to disband, end scare campaign against vaccines
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Vaccine fear debunked - Response from MPA

CLAIMS by a group of parents on Facebook against child vaccinations have been debunked by medical specialists.
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