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Vaccines and the role of innovation in Public Health

20 Sep 2017

“In order to fully realise the potential of the influenza vaccine – a life-saving innovation, people need to be willing to take it.”

Vaccines play a vital role in healthcare, but take-up rates are far from ideal. Dr Heidi Larson, professor at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM), and Dr Neisha Sundaram, research fellow at LSHTM and visiting research fellow at SSHSPH, talk about the role of innovation in public health. 

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