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Suggested Citation:"Appendix I: Contents of Supplement to Volume II." Institute of Medicine. 1986. New Vaccine Development: Establishing Priorities: Volume II, Diseases of Importance in Developing Countries. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/920.
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Appendix I
Contents of Supplement to Volume II

I.1

The Prospects for Immunizing Against Brucella abortus

I.2

The Prospects for Immunizing Against Campylobacter

I.3

The Prospects for Immunizing Against Chlamydia spp.

I.4

The Prospects for Immunizing Against Entamoeba histolytica

I.5

The Prospects for Immunizing Against Filaria spp.

I.6

The Prospects for Immunizing Against Giardia lamblia

I.7

The Prospects for Immunizing Against Hantaan Virus

I.8

The Prospects for Immunizing Against Leishmania spp.

I.9

The Prospects for Immunizing Against Measles Virus

I.10

The Prospects for Immunizing Against Measles Virus

I.11

The Prospects for Immunizing Against Mycobacterium tuberculosis

I.12

The Prospects for Immunizing Against Nematodes

I.13

The Prospects for Immunizing Against Qnchocerca volvulus

I.14

The Prospects for Immunizing Against Salmonella Non-Typhi

I.15

The Prospects for Immunizing Against Schistosoma spp.

I.16

The Prospects for Immunizing Against Streptococcus Group B

I.17

The Prospects for Immunizing Against African Trypanosoma spp.

I.18

The Prospects for Immunizing Against South American Trypanosoma spp.

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix I: Contents of Supplement to Volume II." Institute of Medicine. 1986. New Vaccine Development: Establishing Priorities: Volume II, Diseases of Importance in Developing Countries. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/920.
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Common diseases cost the developing world an enormous amount in terms of human life, health, and productivity, as well as lost economic potential. New and effective vaccines could not only improve the quality of life for millions of residents in developing countries, they could also contribute substantially to further economic development. Using data from the World Health Organization and other international agencies, this book analyzes disease burdens, pathogen descriptions, geographic distribution of diseases, probable vaccine target populations, alternative control measures and treatments, and future prospects for vaccine development. New Vaccine Development provides valuable insight into immunological and international health policy priorities.

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