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Vaccine experts see hurdles in fighting efficacy, safety misinformation
As of now, confidence in a potential COVID-19 vaccine is lower than confidence in other vaccines, one specialist says.
What's the definition of the "right" COVID-19 vaccine?
Dr. Larry Brilliant, an epidemiologist who helped eradicate smallpox, believes the right kind of COVID-19 vaccine must meet some minimum requirements, like ease of storage and use.
A completely global vaccine program will stop the COVID-19 pandemic, epidemiologist says
Epidemiologist and CEO of Pandefense Advisory Larry Brilliant, who helped eradicate smallpox and polio, believes any vaccine program aimed at stopping COVID-19 must be distributed in every corner of the world.
The Pivot Point
What technology will help us transition to a post-pandemic future?
Research shows confidence in vaccines much higher in developing countries
"Vaccine hesitancy" is listed as one of the World Health Organization's top 10 threats to global health.
Measles are preventable and costly, health officials say
There have been over 150 measles cases detected nationwide, including dozens of young children in the Pacific Northwest.
Flu season could be less damaging, experts say
During last year’s season, an estimated 80,000 people died.