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Video of the Week Archive 2009

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April 2009 Video Help
March 30 - April 12
Video of the Week
Polio: An American Story
Based on David Oshinsky’s Pulitzer Prize-winning book, Polio: An American Story, this special focuses on the eradication of polio, the Salk vaccine trials and the philanthropy that backed them. Originally broadcast on PBS, February 2, 2009.
Watch the Polio Crusade
Recommended books
April 13 - 19
Video of the Week
What Can Be Done about Shingles?
This 3-minute video, provided courtesy of the National Institutes of Health, provides information about shingles (zoster) and the zoster vaccine. Also, a patient shares his experience with an extremely painful bout of shingles at the age of 70 years.
Watch the video
Read the transcript
April 20 - 26
Video of the Week
Timely Immunizations
National Infant Immunization Week begins Saturday, April 25th! Take a minute to view this excellent PSA from Every Child by Two (ECBT). The video is narrated by former First Lady Rosalind Carter, who is also cofounder of ECBT.
Watch the video
Learn more
April 27 - May 3
Video of the Week
Get the Picture: Childhood Immunizations
It's National Infant Immunization Week, April 25--May 2. After talking with parents across the country, CDC put together this short video to help answer the tough questions that parents have about childhood immunizations. This excellent video on vaccine safety features NCIRD's Dr. Jeanne Santoli. Share it with a parent today!
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