“Is advocacy for diarrhea vaccines my job as a scientist?”

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“Is advocacy for diarrhea vaccines my job as a scientist?”

By Laura Kallen, Senior Scientific Communications Associate, PATH

Is advocacy my job?

That question was asked by presenter Dr. Roma Chilengi from the Centre for Infectious Disease Research, Zambia (CIDRZ), at a workshop on advocacy and awareness-raising at the Vaccines Against Shigella and Enterotoxigenic E. coli (VASE) Conference in Mexico City last week. The workshop brought together 25 participants from the conference—mostly research scientists—to discuss the role of advocacy in garnering increased investment in diarrheal vaccine development and introduction.

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