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May 2-8
Video of the Week
Justine's Story: Pertussis
Justine's Story: Pertussis
In response to several vaccine-preventable disease outbreaks in their jurisdiction, the St. Clair County [Michigan] Health Department created this video; it was made available by the Michigan Department of Community Health, Division of Immunization. In February 2010, Justine lost her 3-month-old son, Collin, to whooping cough (pertussis). This 11-minute video tells Justine's story.
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May 9-15
Video of the Week
HPV Videos
HPV Videos
Christine Baze is a cervical cancer survivor. She was diagnosed with an advanced form of the disease at age 31, and immediately underwent a hysterectomy followed by radiation and chemotherapy. Christine now works to educate women about HPV and the prevention of cervical cancer.
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Unprotected People Report: Christine Baze
May 16-22
May 30 - June 5
Video of the Week
CDC Expert Commentary: Measles
CDC Expert Commentary: Measles
Dr. Preeta Kutty, a medical epidemiologist at CDC, is featured in "Measles: What you might not know." She is a coauthor of the recent MMWR on measles among travelers returning to the United States.
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May 23-29
Video of the Week
Crying Baby Symphony
Crying Baby Symphony
Childhood vaccines are one of the most important ways to ensure that children are able to live healthy and full lives. As part of ongoing efforts world-wide to emphasize the value of vaccines, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation created this light-hearted video.
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