Shot@Life aims to cut preventable-disease deaths

04/24/2012 | · Salon

Twenty percent of children in the developing world lack access to the vaccines that are readily available in rich countries, and 1.7 million are expected to die in 2012. About 75% of them live in 10 Asian and African countries. This week, the United Nations Foundation is launching the Shot@Life campaign, which aims to reduce child deaths from diseases such as diarrhea, measles, pneumonia and polio.

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