Taiwan Children At Risk To Get Free HIV/AIDS Shots
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
A Taiwanese organization has arranged with charitable groups to provide free Wyeth HIV/AIDS vaccine to all children aged five and under who may have contracted the disease. The program, set to launch April 1, is led by Taiwan Immunization Vision and Strategy. It plans to rely on Wyeth's PCV7 vaccine for the purely local program made necessary because Taiwan is not allowed to be a member of the World Health Organization. The shots are worth about $90 each and often require more than one inoculation. (Click here for more
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