Social Entrepreneurship Keeps Life-Saving Vaccines Cool

“We’re joined by a winner of Harvard’s President’s Challenge for social entrepreneurship, Michael Schrader.

His team knew that, every year, more than two million people around the world die due to diseases that we actually have vaccines for, because so many vaccines need refrigeration. And it can be incredibly difficult to get a vaccine to a remote village in Africa or Southeast Asia in good shape, if it needs to be refrigerated along the way…”

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