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Video of the Week Archive 2011

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July 2011
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July 4-10
Video of the Week
Medscape One-on-One: Dangers of the Anti-Vaccine Movement
Medscape One-on-One: Dangers of the Anti-Vaccine Movement
Paul Offit. MD, discusses the history of the anti-vaccine movement with Eli Adashi, MD, professor of Medical Science at Brown University and host of Medscape One-on-One.
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July 11-16
Video of the Week
Getting the Point
Getting the Point
In this excellent report (13-min video) from Australia's 60 Minutes news program, you'll meet some of the self-appointed experts behind the anti-vaccine campaign, and some grieving parents who couldn't disagree with them more.
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July 17-24
Video of the Week
Medscape CME: Injection Practices
Medscape CME: Injection Practices
View this 42-min video, Unsafe Injection Practices: Outbreaks, Incidents, and Root Causes, and earn CME/CE credits. Educational program features David Pegues, MD; Karen Hoffman, RN, MS; Joseph Perz, DrPH, MA; and Robin Stackhouse, MD.
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July 25-31
Video of the Week
Measles: Rachel's Story
Measles - Rachel's Story
Measles is a highly infectious viral illness that can cause fever, coughing and distinctive red-brown spots on the skin. Rachel’s daughter Lola contracted measles at the age of three. In this UK National Health Service (NHS) video, Rachel describes Lola's symptoms, how she was finally diagnosed with measles and the treatments she received.
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