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Categories: Vaccines and immunization
The threat is real: defunding CDC puts us all in danger, in every country of the globe.
Scientists discovered a “cheap, easy, and quick” way to make polio vaccines using plant leaves.
A chance finding from 20 years ago may have the potential to transform vaccinology.
Can a vaccine for pregnant moms protect their babies from dangerous bacterial infections? PATH’s Mark Alderson believes it can.
Some stories get more comments and likes on social media than others. Here are 5 of our favorites.
US foreign aid spending is less than $.01 for every $1 of the budget, but here's the mighty impact.
A writer learns how partnerships, friendships, and 40 years of history make global health possible.
Join PATH May 12 for an evening with Teen Vogue editor in chief Elaine Welteroth, actor Yara Shahidi, and others.
A new technology could quickly identify pneumonia by using chemicals that light up in lungs when certain bacteria are present.