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People Advocating Vaccine Education (PAVE)
- Aims to help the public make informed and intelligent decisions about childhood and adult vaccines.
The New England Journal of Medicine: Vaccination
- The vaccines collection covers topics such as vaccination against hepatitis, smallpox, varicella, and influenza.
Vaccination Information Service
- Video/DVD called "Vaccination: The Hidden Truth," seminars, articles, and links.
- Dedicated to providing information on vaccinations not often made available to the public.
Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System
- (VAERS)- From the CDC and FDA. A mechanism by which vaccine adverse events may be reported, analyzed, made available to the public, and for disseminating vaccine safety-related information.
- Provides data that suggests vaccines may cause diabetes, asthma, allergies, autoimmune diseases, cancers, and Gulf War Syndrome.
- A collection of links and articles on all issues surrounding vaccinations.
WHO - Six Common Misconceptions About Immunization
- Information for health-care workers giving vaccinations as well as for concerned parents.
- Discusses potential complications from Hepatitis B vaccines. Also includes an essay on the use of immunotherapy in cancer treatment.
What Is Coming Through That Needle?
- Explains what's in human and pet vaccines.
NPR : Chickenpox Vaccine Risks
- The chickenpox vaccine may have an unintended consequence -- putting adults at higher risk for shingles, a related illness. NPR speaks with Yale University professor Sydney Spiesel about the chickenpox virus and the risks of the vaccine. [3:39 streaming audio broadcast] (March 20, 2006)
Respectful Insolence : How vaccine litigation distorts the contents of the VAERS database
- Points out that "the VAERS database is highly unreliable. The reason is that anyone can submit a report to it, and no one actually verifies the accuracy of the report." (February 01, 2006)
Health Officials Fear Local Impact of Smallpox Plan
- New York Times article discusses concerns that local public health departments will need to cut back on their normal work in order to implement the U.S. government's smallpox vaccination plan. [Requires free registration.] (January 05, 2002)
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