Sambo, acknowledged the recent steps used by Angola and DR Congo to close vaccination coverage gaps, through the October advertising campaign with the Angolan Minister of Health personally vaccinating children upon the streets of Luanda. ‘In Africa,’ Dr Sambo stated, ‘we are seeing the fundamental government support that may make the difference between achievement and failure. But much more remains to be done to fill up the gaps if we are to protect the stunning gains made this season.’ Related StoriesAustralian researchers find a way to boost cross-protective features of influenza A vaccineSAGE recommends pilot execution of malaria vaccine to safeguard young childrenNew vaccine applicant shows great promise at fighting respiratory syncytial virus’We are on the cusp of an exciting possibility here,’ said Dr Gianfranco Rotigliano, UNICEF’s Regional Director for West and Central Africa.Two additional outlets also explore some reproductive health issues that may impact on the advertising campaign. The Hill: Poll: Voters Would Approve Of Ban On ‘Sex-Selective’ Abortions Americans would support a ban on abortions that are performed solely due to the child’s gender, according to a new poll from the anti-abortion-privileges Susan B. Anthony List. SBA List lately launched a new research arm just, the Charlotte Lozier Institute, which it framed as a counterweight to the abortion study Guttmacher Institute . Related StoriesGenetic carrier screening: an interview with Don Hardison, CEO of Great Start GeneticsCancer analysis improvements in England: an interview with Lucy Elliss-BrookesAddressing standard of living needs in prostate malignancy: an interview with Professor Louis DenisModern Healthcare: Bishops To Sue Over Birth-Control Coverage Rule AMERICA Meeting of Catholic Bishops, which units official Catholic healthcare plan in the U.S., says it has no choice but to sue the federal government if Congress fails to rescind a guideline that forces insurers for religious employers to offer contraception protection.