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Deerfield, IL – November 10, 2010 - The American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene joins the global community in observing the second annual World Pneumonia Day on November 12. Pneumonia kills more children under five years of age than any other disease — stealing...

IVI pairs up with Amway to raise awareness of pneumonia Seoul-based international organization participates in “World Pneumonia Day” campaign on Nov. 12 Every year 1.5 million children under age 5 years die from pneumonia; prevention education is essential SEOUL, Korea – The International Vaccine Institute (IVI) has participated...

On November 12th, a team of PneumoniaFighters!, dressed in blue 'superhero-style' costumes, will take to the streets of Washington, D.C. and appear at strategic locations around the city handing out PneumoniaGrams addressed to the President of the United States. DC area residents, tourists, and families...

On November 9, 2010, the Rhone Rangers & GAVI Campaign will be hosting Pneumonia's Last Syrah in the Dogpatch Studios in San Francisco, California. 20 Rhone Rangers wineries will be pouring American Syrahs, and they and many other wineries will be donating $10 for each case...

The number one killer of children in the developing world is pneumonia, and on November 12, the 2nd annual World Pneumonia Day 2010 will be held to raise awareness of this fact. Kevin McKidd, the star from Grey's anatomy, has been chosen to be the spokesperson...

Despite advances in prevention with new vaccines and treatment with effective, low-cost antibiotics, pneumonia continues to claim the lives of countless children throughout the developing world. The first annual World Pneumonia Day in 2009 provided an opportunity for countries most affected by pneumonia to...

The Global Action Plan for the prevention and control of Pneumonia (GAPP) includes recommendations on what needs to be done, specific goals and targets, and estimates of what it will cost and how many lives will be saved. Its aim is to increase awareness of...

We all have a role to play in ending preventable child pneumonia deaths by 2030

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