Bill Gates on vaccination and healthcare

Bill Gates, the man who made a revolution in the technological hemisphere and co-founder of Microsoft, believes that technology may have improved people's way of life socially or economically, but it is still not able to solve problems that affect humans the most – widespread diseases and illnesses, especially in countries that are poor. He believes that "when we want …

Investing in immunization

  It all began in the early 1970s, when vaccines for 20 diseases became available to high-risk population groups.  Over the years, vaccines have become used for mass campaigns on a global scale, with national immunization programmes protecting millions of children from disease and death.  Throughout the past 40 years, however, the question of cost and the economics of immunization …

Download – Modified Vaccinia Ankara (MVA)-based vaccines for Asian infectious diseases

Interested to learn more about MVA based vaccines and their uses and advantages? Continue reading to see what Stephen Lockhart, Senior Vice President, Product Development, Emergent Biosolutions, UK has to say. Stephen Lockhart heads the Product Development Division within Emergent Biosolutions. Emergent Biosolutions develops, manufactures and commercialises vaccines and immune-based therapeutics for infectious diseases, oncology and autoimmune diseases. It produces …