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Fighting against some infectious diseases

Caused by pathogenic microorganisms, such as bacteria, viruses, parasites or fungi, infectious diseases are a leading cause of death worldwide, especially in low-income countries, in particular in young children.
1 death out of 8 in the world3 is caused by lower respiratory tract infections, diarrheal diseases, HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria.

Every <br>2 minutes
a child dies of malaria<sup>4</sup>
Around 95%
of tuberculosis deaths occur in developing countries<sup>2</sup>
5 year-old children
and below are mainly affected by Polio<sup>5</sup>

As a health journey partner, we are developing sustainable solutions to fight against some infectious diseases.

Sanofi‚Äôs vaccine division brings a long and widely-recognized heritage in the groundbreaking discovery and development of vaccines that have saved millions of lives. 

We also have a long legacy in non-vaccine infectious disease therapies such as antibiotics and antimalarials.

Neglected Tropical Diseases

Burden of neglected tropical diseases mainly impacts underserved populations

 
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Malaria

Malaria: a major public health issue

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Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis: the value of prevention

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Poliomyelitis

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Yellow Fever