A woman sits with her small child awaiting treatment for monkeypox at a facility run by Doctors Without Borders in the Central African Republic. There is a medical professional speaking to them wearing PPE and carrying a clipboard

Monkeypox in Africa: the science the world ignored

African researchers have been warning about monkeypox outbreaks for years. As vaccines are deployed globally, they worry they will be left behind.

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