Despite potential legal and enforcement challenges, California’s new vaccination law may set a precedent for other states, according to Stanford scholars.The law, SB 277, ends exceptions to vaccination mandates based on religious and philosophical beliefs, leaving only medical exemptions as a path to avoid the vaccinations children are required to have before entering school.
Follow the 2015 Stanford India Health Policy Initiave fellows as they investigate informal pharmaceutical networks around urban Mumbai. We'll be updating this blog and tweeting at #StanfordHealthIndia over the next few weeks.
Reallocating foreign aid to step up the fight against malaria and TB could lead to greater overall health improvements in developing nations. And it could be done without spending more money, CHP/PCOR researchers have found.