NIH taps vaccine expert to join council; United Nations halts vaccine work in Pakistan due to violence;

 @AlisonBFierce: India is cruising along in the vaccines market. A WHO clearance will hoist the country's vaccine exports. More | Follow @AlisonBFierce

> GAVI Alliance CEO Seth Berkley discusses how vaccines serve as an engine for economic growth. Opinion

> Sanofi Pasteur launched its Japanese encephalitis vaccine in Thailand. Release

> CureLab Oncology will move most of its operations to North Dakota next year. Story

> Gunmen in Pakistan have been leading deadly attacks on polio vacination workers in the country. The United Nations halted vaccine work in the country. News

And Finally... NIH tapped vaccine expert Dr. Robert Belshe to join its National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Council. Article

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