Policy Analysis: An Essential Research Tool for the Introduction of Vaccines in Developing Countries
Mahoney, Richard, Journal of Health Population and Nutrition
To address the unacceptable levels of disease in developing countries and the lack of vaccines to address infectious diseases, the public sector has been expanding its funding for, and involvement in, vaccine research and development. The public sector is becoming a full participant in the spectrum of translational research taking candidates from the laboratory to use in national immunization programmes. As these programmes and the continuing work of the private sector achieve success, an extensive analysis of policy will be needed to support the introduction of vaccines. Based on the early experience with the introduction of hepatitis B vaccine in several developing …
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Publication information: Article title: Policy Analysis: An Essential Research Tool for the Introduction of Vaccines in Developing Countries. Contributors: Mahoney, Richard - Author. Journal title: Journal of Health Population and Nutrition. Volume: 22. Issue: 3 Publication date: September 2004. Page number: 331+. © 2009 International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research Bangladesh. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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