June 12, 2012
At the Sabin Vaccine Institute, advocacy is big part of our business. We encourage politicians, philanthropists and the general public to expand immunization programs for vaccine-preventable diseases and increase treatment for over one billion people suffering from neglected tropical diseases.
But we’re also one of the few NGOs that is leading the research and development of vaccines to prevent diseases of poverty.
June 11, 2012 | The Nation
Ahead of this week's Coalition against Typhoid activities in Bangkok, an op-ed by CaT Director Dr. Chris Nelson was featured in today's The Nation, an English-speaking daily Thai news outlet.
What's Missing in the Effort to Stop the Spread of Typhoid Fever
By Dr. Chris Nelson
May 30, 2012 | Washington Post
May 25, 2012
The Sabin Vaccine Institute applauds the decision made today by the Sixty-fifth World Health Assembly to endorse the Global Vaccine Action Plan (GVAP). As a research and advocacy organization devoted to ensuring that life-saving vaccines reach the people that need them most, we commend this action plan, which lays the groundwork for the discovery, development and equitable delivery of vaccines.