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anaging the globe’s supplies of yellow fever vaccine these days sounds only a bit less complicated than overseeing air traffic control at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport.

Last year’s massive outbreak in Angola and the Democratic Republic of Congo stretched supplies to the max, and the ongoing and alarming outbreak in Brazil could be on track to do the same.

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