Carlos Slim Foundation Receives Texas Children’s Hospital Award, Recognized For NTD Vaccine Research

Forbes: Carlos Slim’s Foundation Recognized For Work On Health, Research To Develop Anti-Chagas Vaccine
“Texas Children’s Hospital, a Houston-based not-for-profit health care organization, announced Monday that the Carlos Slim Foundation is this year’s recipient of the 2015 International Recognition Award of their 25th International Colloquium. … The foundation said that the award was partly in recognition of its initiative for the development of vaccinations against tropical diseases launched in 2010. One of its aims is to develop the first therapeutic vaccine for human beings against chagas…” (Estevez, 3/10).

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