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Inequality in monkeypox: Resources long available,

When health authorities in Europe and elsewhere roll out vaccines and medicines to eradicate the largest outbreak of smallpox beyond Africa, some doctors acknowledge an ugly reality: the resources to slow the spread of the disease have long been available, only not to Africans who have managed it. for decades. Countries including the United Kingdom, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Switzerland, the United States, Israel and Australia have reported more than 250 cases of monkey pox, many apparently linked to sexual activity at two…

In Davos, Pfizer undertakes to sell more at cost price

Discreet presence for Africans in Davos for this 51st edition of the World Economic Forum, which returns to the small Swiss resort after a two-year absence due to Covid-19. The giant Pfizer has announced that it will sell several of its treatments at cost price…

the tip of the measles vaccination marketing campaign

Seven days to vaccinate greater than 4 million kids. In Madagascar, the mass vaccination marketing campaign towards measles has simply ended. The intention was to supply as many dad and mom as attainable to present a dose of vaccine to their kids between 9…

A combination of anti-malarial drugs and vaccines would

Combine an anti-malarial drug with the Mosquirix vaccine to reduce malaria incidence and mortality in young African children by almost 75%. This is the surprising conclusion of a study published in the English scientific journal The New England Journal of Medicine, published after an experiment that took place over three years.…

Côte d’Ivoire receives 1.6 million doses of vaccines from

Ivory Coast has been mobilized for a week on its first Ebola case and has not forgotten the Covid-19 pandemic. The number of new cases is increasing again and "We must vaccinate" is the government's watchword to quickly turn the corner. Nearly 1.6 million doses of Pfizer vaccine, funded by the Covax unit, were delivered to Côte d'Ivoire overnight from Friday to Saturday.…

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