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Video of the Week Archive 2009

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February 2009 Video Help
February 1 - 8
Video of the Week
Importance of Influenza Vaccination for HCWs
FDA is urging healthcare facilities to ensure that influenza vaccination programs are available for their personnel. Vaccinating healthcare workers is especially important because these personnel often provide care to patients at high risk of serious and even fatal complications if they contract influenza.
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February 9 - 15
Video of the Week
A Meningococcal Disease Education Initiative
Getting It: A Disease...A Vaccine
Narrated by Glenn Close, this 25-minute production features the stories of meningococcal disease survivors and families affected by the disease.
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February 16 - 22
Video of the Week
Images of a Cough
When a healthy volunteer coughs, he expels a turbulent jet of air that is captured in a specialized image analysis. Several phases of cough airflow are revealed in this video.
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Feburary 23 - March 1
Video of the Week
Commentary by Campbell Brown: Get Your Children Vaccinated for Measles
CNN.com, original broadcast February 13, 2009
Responding to the recent rulings by a special federal court that vaccines do not cause autism, broadcast journalist Campbell Brown pleads with parents to get their kids vaccinated.
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