The Politics of International Health: The Children's Vaccine Initiative and the Struggle to Develop Vaccines for the Third World

@inproceedings{Muraskin1998ThePO,
  title={The Politics of International Health: The Children's Vaccine Initiative and the Struggle to Develop Vaccines for the Third World},
  author={W. Muraskin},
  year={1998}
}
In this book, Dr. Willam Muraskin traces the genesis and initial history of efforts over the past decade to accelerate the development and supply of newer, better vaccines for children in the developing world. Known as the Children's Vaccine Initiative (CVI), this idea was conThe second article in this section, by Mechanic, reviews the goals of any health care system and raises the question of what lessons may be gained by the U.S. health care system from a study of the health care system in… Expand
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