Study Published Showing Meningitis Vaccine Remains Stable Without Refrigeration
Financial Times: Vaccine breakthrough could help millions
“On Thursday, the publication ‘Vaccine’ publishes a study that shows the mass vaccination in Africa does not require constant refrigeration in specific cases. To be precise, 155,000 people in Benin got a vaccination against meningitis, with a vaccine kept in temperatures of up to 39°C…” (Vanham, 3/12).
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