Policymakers Face Decisions About How Much Ebola Vaccine To Stockpile Once Approved, Who Should Receive Vaccine To Prevent Next Outbreak

Washington Times: Officials weigh who should be given Ebola vaccine, how much to stockpile
“With scientists hopeful they are closing in on a vaccine to stop Ebola, policymakers are beginning to grapple with the other big questions — how much will be needed and who should get vaccinated in order to stem the next outbreak…” (Howell, 9/8).

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