National stakeholder preferences for next-generation rotavirus vaccines: Results from a six-country study
Jessica Price, Jessica Mooney, Carolyn Bain, John Tanko Bawa, Nikki Gurley, Amresh Kumar, Guwani Liyanage, Rouden Esau Mkisi, Chris Odero, Karim Seck, Evan Simpson, William P Hausdorff
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Currently available live, oral rotavirus vaccines (LORVs) have significantly reduced severe rotavirus hospitalizations and deaths worldwide. However, LORVs are not as effective in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC) where rotavirus disease burden is highest. Next-generation rotavirus vaccine (NGRV) candidates in development may have a greater public health impact where they are needed most. The feasibility and acceptability of possible new rotavirus vaccines were explored as part of a larger public health value proposition for injectable NGRVs in LMICs.
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