Ramping up global health investments to fight diseases of low-income countries

After a rocky start, the $108 million Global Health Investment Fund has made its 10th investment, leading a $10 million financing for Vienna-based Themis Bioscience, which has made good progress on a vaccine for the chikungunya virusĀ . The mosquito-borne disease is found in 60 countries, mostly in Africa and Asia. Death from the disease is … Continue reading Ramping up global health investments to fight diseases of low-income countries