Injecting Success: The Future of Vaccines in CanadaOrganization: BIOTECanada
"While Canada continues to make strong contributions to the development of next-generation vaccines, collectively, these research initiatives are poised to extend the current benefits of immunization – particularly to adolescent and adult populations. In addition, on the international horizon, impressive advances are being made in targeting leading global killers, especially those endemic in developing countries, such as pneumonia, malaria, tuberculosis, AIDS, dengue, and rotaviral disease". - Injecting Success: The Future of Vaccines in Canada (Part 10 of Vaccine White Paper Series)
Part 1. Introduction to Vaccines: The Canadian Perspective
Part 2. The Current Canadian Vaccine Environment
Part 3. Research and Development: Fostering Vaccine Innovation in Canada
Part 4. Pathway to Access: Health Canada Oversight
Part 5. Pathway to Access: Improving the Evaluation and Recommendation Process
Part 6. Pathway to Access: Toward Sustainable Funding
Part 7. Pathway to Access: Manufacturing, Supply, and Procurement Systems
Part 8. Vaccines Matter: Talking to Canadians
Part 9. Ensuring Vaccine Safety and Effectiveness for Canadians
Part 10. Injecting Success: The Future of Vaccines in Canada
Product Type: Report
Category:Vaccine Safety and Development,Research and Development,Vaccine Technology and New Vaccines Vaccine Safety and Development
Research and Development
Vaccine Technology and New Vaccines
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