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Video of the Week Archive 2016

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September 2016
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September 5-11
Video of the Week
Nearly two-thirds of the world's unvaccinated children are living in conflict areas: South Sudan, Somalia, and Syria are among the areas with the highest concentrations of children living without basic vaccines, according to data from UNICEF. Syrian immunization levels have dropped from 80 to 43 percent since the war started five years ago. (Newsy.com)
September 12-18
Video of the Week
Why Do We Need an HIV Vaccine?: For HIV Vaccine Awareness Day, NIAID Director Anthony S. Fauci, MD, explains why an HIV vaccine is needed, the two main approaches to HIV vaccine development, and why the HVTN 702 launch is exciting.
September 19-25
Video of the Week
Click Clack, Buckle Up...Get Vaccinated: Professor Robert Booy, University of Sydney, narrates this video interviewing a father about the tragic story of his wife who died from complications of influenza after the birth of their 3-month prematurely born daughter who survived, but with long-term health sequelae. The video from the Immunisation Coalition, Australia, makes clear the importance of flu vaccination every year.
September 26-October 2
Video of the Week
Influenza Vaccination -  Infant: This short video featuring infant vaccination is part of an effort to increase influenza immunization in American Indian and Alaska Native populations. The Association of American Indian Physicians partnered with the Association of State and Territorial Health Officials to produce its Influenza Media Kit, which includes five short videos.
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