Eradication of smallpox has saved 40 million lives worldwide
Since global vaccination efforts wiped out smallpox disease in 1979, infections in 350 million people have been prevented and 40 million lives have been saved.
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Use of pneumonia vaccine in children reduced rates in adults age 65+
Within a year of introduction of PCV7 (7-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine) for use in the U.S. in infants, children under 2 years, and high risk children ages 2 to 4;… [ Get More Details ]
Shingles vaccine could improve QALY and save money
Vaccination of 1 million people age 60 and over with the shingles vaccine would result in 11,919 non-discounted and 8,782 discounted QALYs (quality of life years) gained and save around… [ Get More Details ]