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Important Surveys Overvalue COVID-19 Vaccination Proportions in the U.S.

Surveys are identified as a fundamental instrument for gaining knowledge of public judgment and actions. Moreover, the precision of surveys largely hinges on upholding...

Polio Eradication: Almost There?

On October 24, the World Polio Day celebrates the birth of Jonas Salk. In 1952, a team led by Salk at the University of Pittsburgh developed the first effective vaccine against poliomyelitis.

Real-Time Projections of Ebola Outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Fifty-four people have been diagnosed with the Ebola Virus Disease since May 8, when the World Health Organization (WHO) announced the outbreak in the...