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- Uncovering global causes of death: turning verbal autopsy data into meaningful information - Apr. 21, 2015
- Global recession linked to rising HIV deaths, study finds - Apr. 20, 2015
Two studies published in BioMed Central’s open access journal BMC Medicine examined the cost of delivering the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine to primary school girls in Tanzania. Both studies found that the cost of HPV vaccine delivery to adolescent girls may be substantially higher compared with the cost of delivering a new vaccine to an infant where the delivery schedule matches the existing infant immunization schedule.