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Video of the Week Archive 2011

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April 2011
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April 4-10
Video of the Week
Parent Education for Somali Americans: Vaccines and Autism
Parent Education for Somali Americans: Vaccines
 Parent Education for Somali Americans: Autism
Somali-language videos on vaccine safety were developed in partnership with Rochester Somali parent groups by the Mayo Clinic's department of pediatric and adolescent medicine and sponsored by the Minnesota Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
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Part 1
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April 11-17
Video of the Week
Interview with Paul Offit and Seth Mnookin
Interview with Paul Offit and Seth Mnookin
On March 1, The History of Vaccines hosted "Vaccine Science, Realities, and Fears in the Popular Mind" at The College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Paul Offit, MD, an infectious disease physician and vaccine developer, and Seth Mnookin, a contributing editor at Vanity Fair, discussed their new books as well as the past and future of vaccination as depicted in the media, among parents, and in the medical world.
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April 18-24
Video of the Week
Vaccine Truth
Vaccine Truth
Magicians Penn and Teller make a strong visual case for vaccination in this 2-min video.
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April 25 - May 1
Video of the Week
How Vaccines Work
How Vaccines Work
Animated video for the public explains how vaccines create immunity to diseases. Visit the Immunize for Good website of the Colorado Children's Immunization Coalition for more information.
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