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Vaccines Against a Vanishing Virus?

08:47 EDT 25 Sep 2018 | Science

Vaccines can be one of the most powerful and effective public health interventions, as experiences with smallpox and polio make clear. But vaccine development itself is quite difficult, which is why there are (relatively) few vaccines out there. Look at dengue, for example: it’s a longstanding viral problem in tropical areas, and would seem to be

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