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Video of the Week Archive 2009

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June 2009 Video Help
June 1 - 7
Video of the Week
Gripping Video on VPDs from Colorado Children's Immunization Coalition
Through community outreach and education, Colorado Children's Immunization Coalition (CCIC) improves immunization coverage, boosts immunization rates, and promotes the use of immunization registries. This video, available on YouTube, includes gripping case summaries and images of Colorado children with vaccine-preventable diseases.
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June 8 - 14
Video of the Week
Vaccine Hunters: An Injection of Hope
Vaccine Hunters is a four-part BBC World documentary series (original aired February 2007) that examines the science of modern vaccines, what it takes to deliver them to some of the economically poorest people in the world, and the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead. The entire series is now available for online viewing on the filmmakers website.
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June 15 - 21
Video of the Week
U.S. Response to Pandemic Declaration
On June 11th, the World Health Organization (WHO) raised the level of influenza pandemic alert from phase 5 to phase 6. In this webcast, HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius discusses the U.S. response to the WHO pandemic declaration.
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June 22 - 28
Video of the Week
In Memory of Martha Mason
After contracting polio as a child, Martha Mason lived more than 60 years in an iron lung. She died last month at the age of 71 in Lattimore, N.C. Along with the video about Ms. Mason, Mary Dalton, who directed a documentary about Mason, offers her remembrances in an NPR interview.
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