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In South Sudan, Vaccine Stockpiles Save Lives

Vaccine stockpiles protect South Sudanese refugees against cholera.

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Cholera in 2014: How Do You Mix Optimism With Worry on the Long Walk Home?

The world has made great strides against cholera, but more work is needed.

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A First: Use of the Cholera Vaccine Stockpile

Last year, the World Health Organization established a 2 million dose cholera vaccine stockpile for the first time. Cholera outbreaks can be fast and explosive and if communities are not prepared, they can be deadly.

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Parasite Page-Turner: Africa’s Battle with a Cattle Killer Takes New, Unexpected Turns

An unusual story is unfolding in Africa, where the battle against a cattle-killing disease called East Coast fever is quickly becoming a cliff-hanger.

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2013 - The Leap Year Against Cholera: Global Support for Vaccines

2013 will be known as a leap year in progress in the fight against cholera – it is the year when global access and financing for oral cholera vaccines became available.

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