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πŸ’‰ First tuberculosis vaccine in 100 years is in sight

Tuberculosis kills over 1.6 million per year. But there is hope on the horizon, with the new M72 vaccine. The first new TB vaccine in a century.

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πŸ’‰ A leap forward in the battle against malaria: 18 million vaccine doses for 12 African nations

Over the last three years, a significant decrease in child deaths due to malaria was observed, owing to the world's first malaria vaccine. Now 12 African countries are to receive 18 million doses of the malaria vaccine.

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🌍 Successful trials of new meningitis vaccine in Africa

The vaccine has the potential to save up to 250,000 lives annually. NmCV-5, unlike current alternatives, provides protection against five main meningococcal strains, including the dangerous emerging X strain.

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βš•οΈ Vaccines for cancer and heart disease by 2030: could save millions

mRNA-based vaccines for cancer, heart disease, and other conditions could become a significant medical breakthrough.

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πŸ’‰ Fewer child deaths, thanks to new vaccine

In the past three years, the number of children hospitalized and deaths due to malaria has decreased significantly in Kenya, thanks to the launch of the world's first malaria vaccine.