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The world witnessed and dramatically benefited from a game-changing global COVID-19 vaccine response. Multiple safe and effective vaccines were developed and distributed in less than a year.
Through global collaboration between governments, industry, public and private sectors, philanthropies and civil society, we could develop vaccines against new pathogens in 100 days. Take action and support our #100DaysMission.
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The Race to Future-Proof Coronavirus Vaccines
To help humanity get ahead, we need vaccines that provide broad protection against new variants of COVID-19 as well as future coronavirus threats.
Could monkeypox give us an R&D blueprint to end pandemics?
Availability of smallpox countermeasures, developed to counter bioterrorism, also give the world the means to combat monkeypox and other Orthopoxviruses. What if this approach could be applied to all viral families?
CEPI funds NEC Group's broadly protective betacoronavirus vaccine
Up to $4.8m will support using artificial intelligence to develop new vaccine candidates.
The Global Pandemic Preparedness Summit: On the road to a 100-Day vaccine
Global leaders used the Summit to explore how to develop vaccines against future pandemics in just 100 days.
Developing pandemic-busting vaccines in 100 days
CEPI’s aspiration is for the world to be able to respond to the next Disease X with a new vaccine in just 100 days. If the world can mobilise the critical resources and political support needed to advance ground-breaking vaccine innovations, and enable equitable access to these innovations, we can end pandemics once and for all.
Dr Richard Hatchett, CEO of CEPI, shares his thoughts on how this 100 Days Mission can be achieved.
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