Vaccine Science for Kids
Pathways is a magazine designed for students in grades 6–12. It aims to build awareness about basic science and how it’s important to health.
The recent Vaccine Science issue highlights how mRNA vaccines work. It also explains how other tools help prevent outbreaks.
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Editor: Harrison Wein, Ph.D.
Managing Editor: Tianna Hicklin, Ph.D.
Illustrator: Alan Defibaugh
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