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November 3-9
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Immunity and Vaccines
Immunity and Vaccines: An animated segment from PBS's NOVA shows how our bodies are bombarded by bacteria and viruses. For those that make their way inside, our immune system is on guard, waiting not only to kill the invaders but also to create memory cells that will help defeat them more quickly the next time they try to attack. Vaccines, which are weakened versions of a disease like polio or measles, rely on the memory of our immune system to combat the real danger if it eventually enters our bodies.
November 10-16
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Fighting HPV in Bhutan
Fighting HPV in Bhutan: Bhutan is the first developing country to welcome the widespread vaccination of girls against human papillomavirus (HPV), and cervical cancer rates have dropped. Some countries have resisted the vaccine, but in Bhutan even the royal princess is on board. PBS NOVA takes us to Bhutan to learn more in this video segment (6:19 min) from PBS's NOVA.
November 17-23
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Stabilizing Vaccines with Silk
Stabilizing Vaccines with Silk: At the moment, vaccines must be kept cold up until the moment that they are administered to a patient. This poses a problem in the developing world where infrastructure can interrupt the refrigeration during storage and transport. Numerous labs and companies are working to solve the problem. For instance, one Cambridge-based startup called Vaxess is using an extract from silk to stabilize vaccines, and their preliminary results are promising. Learn more in this video (3:57 min) from PBS's NOVA.
November 24-30
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Give Children the Best Shot: Improving Global Access to Vaccines (Webcast)
Video no longer available
Give Children the Best Shot: Improving Global Access to Vaccines (Webcast): Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) webcast on improving global access to vaccines (originally broadcast on September 10). The Give Children the Best Shot Webcast will give you the opportunity to watch MSF's experts discuss the challenges of vaccinating children in developing countries and humanitarian emergencies and the steps we can take to expand access to immunizations for all.
 
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