Developing countries are facing an epidemic of measles and other diseases, including autism, in which more than 1.2 million children have died in the last year.
While vaccines are proving to be safe and effective, it’s important to understand how they work and the risks associated with them.
To get started, we asked experts to share their best tips and insights on developing leaders and how to prevent vaccine-related deaths.
In this video, Dr. Stephen B. Lantz, a pediatrician and infectious disease expert at Johns Hopkins University, discusses what you can do to prevent child deaths from measles and related diseases.
In the next few months, you’ll learn how to monitor the vaccine, prevent and treat the infection, and prevent vaccine related deaths.
Dr. Bijan Shah, a professor of pediatrics at Harvard Medical School, also shares his insights about how to care for children with autism and other developmental disorders.
Lopes and Shah will share what you need to know about the vaccine and how it protects against vaccine-preventable diseases.
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