100 Years of Medical Countermeasures and Pandemic Influenza Preparedness

Jester, B., Uyeki, T., Patel, A., et al. (2018). 100 Years of Medical Countermeasures and Pandemic Influenza Preparedness. American Journal of Public Health. 108(11):1469-1472.
The authors provide an overview of the improvements made to medical countermeasures since the 1918 influenza pandemic including developments in medical care, vaccines, antivirals, diagnostics, and communications. The article also highlights remaining gaps in the speed of vaccine manufacturing, more effective antivirals, and better respiratory protection.
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