Country planning for health interventions under development: lessons from the malaria vaccine decision-making framework and implications for other new interventions

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Traditionally it has taken years or decades for new public health interventions targeting diseases found in developing countries to be accessible to those most in need. One reason for the delay has been insufficient anticipation of the eventual processes and evidence required for decision making by countries. This paper describes research into the… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/heapol/czs039

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