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By Alice Wyllie The Scotsman - April 28, 2009 "IF YOU were asked to name the biggest global killer of children under five, what might you say? Aids? Malaria? Tuberculosis? There is in fact, one disease that kills more children than the "big three" put together...

By Dr Tareq Salahuddin Star Health - April 18, 2009 "Pneumonia has been overshadowed as a priority on the global health agenda, and rarely receives coverage in news media. World Pneumonia Day will help bring this health crisis to the public’s attention and will encourage policy makers...

By HT Live Correspondent Hindustan Times ePaper - April 10, 2009 "Four Child health groups, Save the Children, PneumoADIP, About Hedge Funds vs Malaria and Pneumonia, the GAVI Alliance announce the annual World Pneumonia Day on November 2, 2009...

By Senator Bill Frist and Colleen Conway-Welch The Tennessean – April 7, 2009 "Quick quiz: What kills the most children under 5? HIV/AIDS, malaria or pneumonia? If you are like most Tennesseans, you said HIV/AIDS or malaria. That is what 3 out of 5 Americans answered when asked by...

By Nicholas Kristof The New York Times - March 28, 2009 "Some how, some way no grassroots movement has ever materialized to fight pneumonia, the world’s largest killer of children under the age of five. Two weeks ago the largest pneumonia-related cause on Facebook was 67 members...

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