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Video of the Week Archive 2013

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March 2013
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March 4-10
Video of the Week
Video: Medscape News - Vaccine Schedules Are Safe (Pass It On)
Medscape News - Vaccine Schedules Are Safe (Pass It On): Dr. Paul Offit from the Vaccine Education Center at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia talks about a report from the Institute of Medicine (IOM), published on January 16, 2013, looking at the safety of vaccines and the vaccine schedule. The IOM tried to answer the questions, "Is this vaccine schedule, as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Academy of Pediatrics, reasonable? Has it been well tested? Is it safe?"
March 11-17
Video of the Week
Video: WHO - Immunization saves lives
WHO - Immunization saves lives: Immunization saves between 2 and 3 million lives each year. Vaccines are relatively inexpensive and extremely powerful weapons against disease, disability and death. They protect people of all ages, from babies to senior citizens, against life-threatening diseases.
March 18-24
Video of the Week
Video: HPV - Our Family's Story
HPV - Our Family's Story: Audra and her aunt Laura are strong believers in the HPV vaccine, for good reason: Gisel, Audra's mother and Laura's older sister, died from cervical cancer at only 38. [Note: Some of this information pertains to British Columbia, Canada only.]
March 25-31
Video of the Week
Video: Medscape News - Dismal Rates of HPV Vaccination in Boys
Medscape News - Dismal Rates of HPV Vaccination in Boys: How many teen boys have been immunized against HPV? Paul A. Offit, MD, says we 'need to get on the ball' in the United States. We have a long way to go.
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