Why Sweden funds a vaccine institute in Korea and not Oslo-based CEPI
NewsMay 24, 2020
/ By: Ann Danaiya Usher
The International Vaccine Institute, based out of Seoul, has a mandate to develop vaccines for diseases that kill more than 4 million people every year in the world’s poorest countries. Over two decades, Western donors – with the exception of Sweden – have ignored the institute, which remains the “poor cousin” of the vaccine world.
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