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Democratic Republic of Congo president Felix Tshisekedi. Photo by Paul Ellis - Pool/Getty Images

Are presidents good role models for vaccination uptake? DRC study shows only if they’re trusted, and people get to know about it

Vaccinating public village leaders or respected older community members might be an effective approach to increasing vaccine uptake.
How cancer vaccines are delivered into the body influences their effectiveness. Liuhsihsiang/iStock via Getty Images Plus

Brain cancer in children is notoriously hard to treat – a new mRNA cancer vaccine triggers an attack from within

Cancer vaccines have gained much interest among scientists but face a number of hurdles. A new mRNA vaccine for glioma offers a step forward in training the immune system to fight cancer.
Measles, once on the brink of eradication, has resurged, exacerbated by the disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic interfering with routine vaccination programs. (Shutterstock)

Protecting communities: The urgency of vaccinating to prevent a measles resurgence

The resurgence of measles and whooping cough is troubling. The most effective way to prevent the return and spread of vaccine-preventable diseases is through vaccination and combating vaccine hesitancy.
A three-year-old girl under a mosquito net in Mukuli, western Kenya. She had received all four doses of RTS,S, the world’s first malaria vaccine. Yasuyoshi Chiba/AFP via Getty Images

Two new malaria vaccines are being rolled out across Africa: how they work and what they promise

Forty million children are born in malaria areas across Africa each year. Two new vaccines are important weapons in the fight against the disease.
Gaps in coverage of vaccine-preventable diseases like measles are having significant impacts on global public health. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)

Measles is a humanitarian issue, and its unwelcome reappearance in Canada is a reminder of its importance

Any upsurge in measles is of real concern, but in settings aggravated by poor living conditions and malnutrition, it can be disastrous. It can affect adults, but young children are at particular risk.
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Unintended consequences of NZ’s COVID vaccine mandates must inform future pandemic policy – new research

Mandates were meant to ensure continuity of public services during the pandemic. But a new study suggests they had limited impact on vaccination rates, while significantly hurting careers and eroding trust.
Travis Kelce celebrates with Taylor Swift on Jan. 28, 2024, after the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC championship game. Patrick Smith/Getty Images

Why Taylor Swift is an antihero to the GOP − but Democrats should know all too well that her endorsement won’t mean it’s all over now

The idea that the Swift-Kelce romance is some sort of deep-state plot is perhaps gaining traction in far-right circles because it lines up with the political right’s broader agenda and beliefs.

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