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Video of the Week Archive 2013

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June 2013
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June 3-9
Video of the Week
Video: JAMA Report on HPV Vaccine
JAMA Report on HPV Vaccine: The human papillomavirus or HPV vaccine was designed to help prevent cervical cancer. For the vaccine to be effective it must be administered before sexual activity begins. A new study examined whether girls ages 9 to 13 received the same protection from taking a 2 dose regimen versus young women age 16 to 26 who received the recommended 3 dose vaccine. Catherine Dolf has more in this JAMA Report.
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June 10-16
Video of the Week
Video: Adult Immunization Schedule: A Quick Overview
Adult Immunization Schedule: A Quick Overview: In this video from Medscape News, Dr. Sandra Fryhofer discusses the key points of the new adult immunization schedule from CDC's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP).
June 17-23
Video of the Week
Video: Vaccines for the Future
Vaccines for the Future: Dr. Rino Rappuoli, Head of R&D at Novartis Vaccines gives his presentation titled "Vaccines for the Future: Designing the Next Generation of Vaccines for Global Public Health" World Vaccine Congress & Expo 2013.
June 24-30
Video of the Week
Video: A Change of Heart
A Change of Heart: In this new video from Immunize BC (Canada), Tyson and Dawn Wozniak tell their story about how, as "natural parents," they decided not to vaccinate their first child. Upon having their second child, however they began to do more research and subsequently had "A Change of Heart."
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