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If pneumonia can infect anyone, the prevention and treatment measures should be available to everyone who needs them....

World’s first public-private partnership to increase access to oxygen and pulse oximetry launched at Clinton Global Initiative   This press release is by the Pneumonia Innovations Team and cross posted here with permission. New York City, Wednesday September 21st—In the final plenary session of the last Clinton Global...

The UN high-level meeting on antimicrobial resistance present those fighting child pneumonia with an opportunity to speak out in support of efforts to battle both AMR and child pneumonia. By Kate O’Brien, Executive Director, International Vaccine Access Center & Amy Sarah Ginsburg, Senior Advisor in International Programs,...

September 14, 2016 By Dr. Kate O’Brien, Executive Director, International Vaccine Access Center (IVAC) [caption id="attachment_8068" align="alignright" width="357"] Source: Riccardo Gangale/VectorWorks[/caption] Everyone may get 15 minutes of fame, however, for common illnesses such as pneumonia headlines are scarce. While Secretary Clinton’s pneumonia diagnosis is viewed by most through...

September 13, 2016 World Pneumonia Day is two months away! This annual day is held on November 12 to educate the public about pneumonia and its impact on the world. This day is dedicated as a reminder about how individuals, communities, and society can protect, prevent,...

[caption id="attachment_7987" align="aligncenter" width="471"] Source: Phil Hillyard/Courier Mail[/caption] August 19, 2016 By Lois Privor-Dumm, IMBA, International Vaccine Access Center (IVAC) I, like many others, have watched the Olympics with a sense of excitement and awe this summer. Every four years, I find myself wondering how these athletes have...