21st Century Challenges in Immunology



IDGA Editor
03/11/2013

A disparity exists between the consequences of disease and the preventative measures of vaccines. Strange as it may seem, there is an distrust toward science based treatments that immunize the population from diseases that typically have high mortality and morbidity rates. In the following in-depth interview, Colonel Renata Engler, Director, Vaccine Healthcare Centers Network (VHCN) examines this gap, by highlighting the ‘polarization’ effect. The interview also examines why biodiversity and gender difference are so important in immunology, as well as the greatest challenge to ‘trust’ in immunization healthcare. Lastly, Colonel Engler comments on whether she has hope for a HIV/AIDS vaccine in the near future. Watch now…

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A disparity exists between the consequences of disease and the preventative measures of vaccines. Strange as it may seem, there is an distrust toward science based treatments that immunize the population from diseases that typically have high mortality and morbidity rates. In the following in-depth interview, Colonel Renata Engler, Director, Vaccine Healthcare Centers Network (VHCN) examines this gap, by highlighting the ‘polarization’ effect. The interview also examines why biodiv...
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