Vaccines

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Signs & symptoms of measles

What you need to know about this highly contagious virus

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Forging the future of vaccine technology

National Geographic highlights the companies — including Merck — exploring potential breakthroughs in continuous vaccine production

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Understanding the link between social media and health

The Alliance for Advancing Health Online will look at social media’s role in health, starting with COVID-19 vaccine confidence

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Helping protect health from birth to adulthood

Vaccination is one of the many ways you can help protect your loved ones every day

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Committed to quality. Committed to you.

How Merck prioritizes health, safety and quality in manufacturing practices

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Why we’re excited to partner on Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine

Our company has teamed with Johnson & Johnson to ramp up vaccine production - here’s what it means

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This scientist helps translate inventions into vaccines to protect public health

Beth-Ann Coller, executive director, global clinical development, knows how disease outbreaks underscore the importance of vaccines

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Confronting a new era in immunization

By John Markels, Ph.D., president, Merck Vaccines

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Pneumococcal disease myths and facts

We break down potential misperceptions about pneumococcal disease and its impact on both children and adults

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Building a better Burkina Faso

How two colleagues pulled together resources to provide critical health care, education and running water for a whole village in one of the poorest countries in the world

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Businesses have a role to play in building vaccine trust. Here's why

Employers are trusted messengers of credible information on vaccines

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Merck publishes 2019/2020 corporate responsibility report

Letter from our chairman and CEO, Ken Frazier

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Vaccines aren’t virtual

The importance of childhood well visits to prevent certain infectious diseases during the pandemic - by Nick Kartsonis, SVP clinical research, vaccines and infectious disease

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You have the power to help prevent disease

Life as we once knew it has changed. One thing that hasn’t changed is our focus on our families. By following routine vaccination schedules, you can help protect yourself and your loved ones during these uncertain times.

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How Merck’s Karin Shanahan is helping New Jersey get back to work

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One scientist’s work to make a difference in the lives of millions

with Jay Grobler, executive director, infectious diseases and vaccines

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Merck tackles epidemics and pandemics: an illustrated history

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Clinical trials bring our medicines and vaccines to life

We appreciate all who have contributed to our clinical research

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How innovation and new technologies will help us continue to produce and supply our medicines and vaccines—today and into the future

with Craig Kennedy, head of global supply chain

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Finding a better way to track and trace medicines and vaccines

The FDA pilot program results are in: Blockchain technology could help protect pharmaceutical product integrity

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Antibiotic resistance: the hidden threat lurking behind COVID-19

Written by Julie L. Gerberding

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Inside Davos 2020: the World Economic Forum

Global health challenges are getting more complex. Our company is working with leaders everywhere to solve them.

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Dr. Maurice Hilleman: "The father of modern vaccines"

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The Vaccine Pioneers

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Vaccines: our history, our legacy

Merck and its legacy companies have been working to discover and develop vaccines for more than a century.