Third World and Developing Countries

September 27, 2022

A new syringe protects against HIV, but access for Africans is uncertain

An injection every two months instead of a daily pill could protect many more women from the virus, but it’s unavailable in places where it’s needed most. Source link
September 23, 2022

More than 700 children have died in a measles outbreak in Zimbabwe

It’s being driven by a decline in child immunizations during the pandemic and the anti-vaccination influence of an evangelical church. Source link
September 12, 2022

Vaccination, treatment, and testing for monkeypox are unavailable in much of the world

High-income countries snatched up vaccines as the disease hit them, leaving none for countries that have battled the virus for years, echoing the Covid response. Source link
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