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Because the vaccine’s efficacy wanes with time,the trial tested three doses delivered 1 month apart followed by a booster 18 months later The EMA’s “positive scientific opinion” as it is awkwardly called essentially concludes that the benefits outweigh the risks of using the vaccine in both age groups The opinion is not a recommendation for use or a formal approval—that is for countries to decide—but it paves the way for the World Health Organization (WHO) to make a global recommendation on whether and how to use the vaccine The WHO is expected to issue that recommendation by the end of the year The EMA review is part of an arcane regulatory process known as article 58 As a service to poor countries that might not have the scientific expertise the agency’s Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use reviewed the scientific evidence—in this case hundreds of thousands of pages—with same rigor as it would in reviewing a drug to be marketed in the European Union Next in its review WHO will look at such real-world questions as cost-effectiveness feasibility and the public-health value of the vaccine compared with other interventions The outcome could go many ways For instance WHO could recommend the vaccine’s use in all African countries affected by malaria or only in areas where transmission is high It might recommend its use just in toddlers in which efficacy was higher or in infants as well A second WHO committee will rule on whether the vaccine meets international standards of quality and safety and efficacy As with the EMA WHO’s recommendations are not binding but resource-poor countries usually follow them And donors like GAVI the vaccine alliance will not pay for the vaccine in poor countries without this recommendation Ultimately it will be up to regulatory agencies in individual countries to decide whether to approve RTSS Assuming WHO recommends the vaccine’s use it will be a “tough decision” for countries with limited resources says Mary Hamel an epidemiologist at the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and one of the principal investigators David Kaslow vice president of product development for PATH agrees “It is a bit unusual since the vaccine would be introduced in context of other interventions which also have costs associated with them” he says If the vaccine does move forward scientists and policymakers agree it should be used only as a complement to other tools to fight malaria such as bed nets and antimalarial drugs not as a replacement Nor should financing of the vaccine divert resources from other effective interventions or research WHO said today in a statement The EMA’s opinion is sure to fuel an ongoing debate over whether it is better to wait for a near-perfect malaria vaccine or make the best with what you’ve got In a BBC commentary GAVI head Seth Berkley and Mark Dybul head of The Global Fund explore the dilemma“Mosquirix is about 5 to 10 years ahead of any other candidate vaccines” they write “and there’s no guarantee any of them will be better” “With every vaccine of course you hope for 100% protection” Slaoui says and GSK is already working on a second-generation vaccine But he calls the current vaccine’s protection “substantial” “If your child has three cases of severe malaria a year instead of six it will change their lives”Written by Express News Service | Chandigarh | Published: February 12 2010 11:38 pm Related News CHB official admits to not maintaining records of encroachments for last 10 years Terming the action of the Chandigarh Housing Board (CHB) to summon an RTI applicant and seek explanation from him a violation of the lawthe Central Information Commissioner has directed Board officials to provide the information sought by the applicant During the Commissions hearing at the UT guesthouseCentral Public Information Officer (CPIO) executive engineer Sunil Malikrepresenting the Boardadmitted to the mistake and said it was due to a lack of understanding of the law that the applicant was asked to visit the CHB office in person and was contacted via phone to explain the information sought The CPIO further admitted before the Commission that all information sought by the applicant could not be supplied as the Board was not maintaining records regarding encroachments for the last 10 years City resident Manpreet Singh had filed a complaint against the CPIO with the Chief Information Commission (CIC)Delhiafter he was allegedly harassed for seeking information on encroachments and building violations in CHB flats In his complaint to the CICthe applicant had accused the CPIO of adopting intimidation and delay tactics The CPIOin a letterhad asked him to be present at the CHB office and later on telephone demanded from him explanations about the information sought Following Manpreet Singhs complaint that CHB officials were diluting the RTI Act, and a far cry from the 95% efficacy vaccine makers dream of.
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