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Immunization Action Coalition

Vaccine Concerns

Adjuvants and Ingredients Resources

Immunization Action Coalition
Clear Answers & Smart Advice About Your Baby's Shots
Author: Ari Brown, MD, FAAP, is a practicing pediatrician in Austin, TX. Dr. Ari Brown is an official spokesperson for the American Academy of Pediatrics and trusted source for child health and development
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Vaccine Excipient & Media Summary
Table of excipients (inactive ingredients) included in U.S. vaccines, by vaccine
Ingredients of Vaccines--Fact Sheet
Brief summary, perspective, and references on vaccine ingredients
American Academy of Pediatrics
AAP Information for Parents: What are all of the ingredients in vaccines?
One-page summary about vaccine components and ingredients
Every Child by Two (ECBT)
Video FAQs
In these short video clips, experts cover the following topics areas: Why Vaccinate, Why Follow the Recommended Immunization Schedule, Vaccine Testing, Ingredients & Safety, and Vaccines and Autism
Institute for Vaccine Safety
Components of Vaccines
National Network for Immunization Information
Vaccine Components: Aluminum adjuvants in vaccines
Explains why vaccines contain adjuvants, includes information on aluminum exposure and safety of aluminum-containing vaccines
Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America
Facts About Childhood Vaccine Ingredients
August 2008
Vaccine Education Center
Vaccine Ingredients
Two-page color brochure for patients and parents
Spanish-language version
Aluminum in Vaccines: What you should know
Two-page color brochure for patients and parents
Spanish-language version
WHO's Global Advisory Committee on Vaccine Safety
Adjuvants
July 21, 2006
This page was reviewed on July 16, 2012
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