Vaccines have been one of the biggest success stories of modern medicine. At least 10 million deaths were prevented between 2010 and 2015 thanks to vaccinations delivered around the world.
Vaccines have been one of the biggest success stories of modern medicine

The power of vaccines: still not fully utilized

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Gina Fredenburgh
Damon Terrill
Lisa Hartline
Rubella is a contagious disease that can lead to miscarriage, premature delivery or birth defects. There is no specific treatment for rubella, but it is preventable by vaccination. Vaccines work!
Rubella is a contagious disease that can lead to miscarriage premature delivery

Rubella

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Acca Lolo
Colton Lee
Enocy Zulu
Measles is one of the leading causes of death among young children globally, despite the availability of a safe and effective vaccine. Vaccines work, we can stop measles!
Measles is one of the leading causes of death among young children

Measles

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Gopal Chandra Das
Shellie Gary
Ashley Melton
FACT: There is NO LINK between vaccines and autism.
FACT: There is NO LINK between vaccines and autism

Embrace the facts about vaccines, not the myths

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Kuldeep Kulshrestha
Miriam Amir Menkarius
Glen Smith
It's World Immunization Week!
Global vaccination has improved.
116 million children worldwide receive basic vaccines.
But 19 million children still miss out.
Vaccines work, let's get to work!
Its World Immunization Week Global vaccination has improved 116 million children worldwide
Syed Adil Shah
Gopal Chandra Das
Gayatry Chowdhury
Vaccines can help limit the spread of antibiotic resistance.
Vaccines can help limit the spread of antibiotic resistance

Why is vaccination important for addressing antibiotic resistance?

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Kristin Dutcher
SaveGojjam WeEthiopia
Mohammed Seid
Even in the most remote villages, WHO and partners work with communities to find and stop polio.
Natalia Gillis
Perî Can
Wilson Gauci
Vaccines work to protect individuals and communities against serious diseases. Check with your doctor that you are fully vaccinated!
Vaccines work to protect individuals and communities against serious diseases Check with
Subrahmanyam Gadicherla
Mohan Begowal
Aminu Bala
One of the biggest challenges in Brazil is providing vaccines and health care to remote communities deep in the Amazon jungle, where roads are few and medical teams have to travel hours by boat to reach them.
One of the biggest challenges in Brazil is providing vaccines and health

From warehouse to remote indigenous communities: The journey of vaccines in Brazil

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Owebeyi Ja Mugyemanyi
Saeed Khan
Minnah Almas
It's World Immunization Week! About 116 million children worldwide receive basic vaccines every year.
BUT 19.4 million children still miss out.
Vaccines Work, Let's make sure NO child is left behind!
Its World Immunization Week About 116 million children worldwide receive basic vaccines
Dimla Kedze Eric
Rosa Barreto
Gopal Chandra Das
Because vaccines work, polio has been ALMOST totally eradicated.
As long as polio exists anywhere, it’s a threat to children everywhere .
Let's end polio!
Tim Stone
Mikki Michelle
Natalia Gillis
Congratulations, !
Mexico eliminates trachoma, the leading infectious cause of blindness.
Congratulations 
Mexico eliminates trachoma the leading infectious cause of blindness

Mexico eliminates trachoma, leading infectious cause of blindness

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Norbert Tyty
Valentín Ahumada Gómez
Sudhakar Pattanaik
Mosquito nets.
Insecticide spraying.
Preventive medicines.
Improving access to these critical tools will help end malaria.
Malaria prevention works.
Mosquito nets Insecticide spraying Preventive medicines Improving access to thes
Kiwala Andrew
Naing Myint Moh
Sadiq Halliru Dutse
Even before the current crisis, Yemen faced multiple health challenges. Currently, around 18.8 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance.
Even before the current crisis Yemen faced multiple health challenges Currently around
Bishnu Prasad Gautam
Mark Stone
Sofía Soto
Today is World Malaria Day. In sub-Saharan Africa, where 90% of malaria cases happen, over 663 million cases have been averted since 2001. Malaria prevention works!
Today is World Malaria Day In subSaharan Africa where 90 of malaria
Spunky Henry
Abdellah Nassir
Enow Nkem Emmanuel
Vaccines prevent deadly illnesses.
Vaccines work.
Vaccines prevent deadly illnesses
Vaccines work
Susan St Sauver
Abdellah Nassir
Aparna Srivastava
Today is World Malaria Day. Malaria is prventable and treatable.
Nets. Insecticide spraying. Preventive medicines. Improving access to these critical tools will help end malaria.
Today is World Malaria Day Malaria is prventable and treatable

Prevent malaria - save lives: WHO push for prevention on World Malaria Day

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Jovin Calvin
Mohamed Alsofi
Rafid Al-ameri
Vaccines work.
Vaccines save millions of lives.
Vaccines are one of the world’s most successful and cost-effective health interventions.
Vaccines work Vaccines save millions of lives Vaccines are one of the
Rajesh Ram
Komolafe Olasunkanmi
Xaawa Kiin Salax
GREAT NEWS! Ghana , Kenya , and Malawi will take part in a WHO malaria vaccine pilot programme.
That will make the world's first malaria vaccine available in selected areas in 2018.
GREAT NEWS Ghana Kenya and Malawi will take part in a WHO malaria vaccine pilot programme

Ghana, Kenya and Malawi to take part in WHO malaria vaccine pilot programme

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Muhammad Awwal Farooq
Myint Sein
Genet Berhane
Two years of intense conflict have left more than 18.8 million people in need of humanitarian assistance.
14.8 million people have NO access to health services.
WHO and partners aim to ensure access to life-saving health services in the most vulnerable areas.
Two years of intense conflict have left more than 188 million people
Abdideeq Mulla
Shamsan Mohammed Nasser