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Press Releases

29 March 2007:

Thai Ministry of Public Health and WHO Host Meeting of Leading Researchers to Highlight Burden of Meningitis and Pneumonia. Read more >>

23 MARCH 2007:

Routine Use of Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine in the Developing World Considered Priority by WHO to Help Save Millions of Lives. Read more >>

9 FEBRUARY 2007:

$US1.5 Billion donor commitment launches pilot Advance Market Commitment for pneumococcal vaccines. Read more >>

29 NOVEMBER 2006:

GAVI Alliance announces important step in preventing childhood deaths from pneumococcal diseases. Read more >>

18 SEPTEMBER 2006:

UNICEF and WHO launch a major report about the global health problem of childhood pneumonia. Preventing deaths from pneumonia is essential if developing countries are to meet child survival targets. Read more >>

07 September 2006:

Immunizations Groups Welcome Meeting to Discuss Advance Market Commitment for New Vaccines
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18 May 2006:

Leading Experts Urge Commitment from Industry and International Donors to Prepare for the Introduction of Pneumococcal Vaccines.
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5 April 2006:

New Global Task Force to Implement Pneumonia Call to Action by 2008
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4 April 2006:

PneumoADIP Hails New Funding for Vaccine Development
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15 February 2006:

WHO Meeting Brings Together Leading Experts to Discuss Burden of Pneumococcal Disease
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25 March 2005:

The Gambia Vaccine Trial
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18 January 2005:

Leading Experts Unite to Understand the Burden of Pneumococcal Disease
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21 September 2004:

Researchers and Policy Makers Told to “Fast Track” Access to Childhood Vaccines Suited for the Developing World…
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30 May 2004:

PneumoADIP calls for Letters of Interest from Potential Asian and Pacific Vaccine Evaluation Sites…
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10 May 2004:

Up to One Million Child Deaths are Preventable…
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15 April 2004:

New Opportunity for Pneumococcal Research in Developing Countries…
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