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October 7-13
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Recommending HPV Vaccine Successfully
Recommending HPV Vaccine Successfully: In this CDC Expert Commentary on Medscape, Dr. Anne Schuchat addresses physicians on giving strong HPV vaccine recommendations. Dr. Schuchat walks through the new tip sheet that provides physicians with helpful responses when asked a question about the vaccine.
Related Link: Tip Sheet for HCP
October 14-20
Video of the Week
Vaccination Recommendations for the 2013-2014 Influenza Season
Vaccination Recommendations for the 2013-2014 Influenza Season: In this CDC Expert Commentary on Medscape, Dr. Joe Bresee from CDC's Influenza Division discusses vaccination recommendations for the 2013-2014 influenza season. There are some changes to this season's recommendations, as well as new vaccine options available in the United States.
October 21-27
Video of the Week
Seth Berkley - To the Point Presentation
Seth Berkley - "To the Point" Presentation: Addressing the "To the Point" Plenary, GAVI CEO Dr. Seth Berkley explained why vaccination today ensures young girls grow into healthy and fulfilled women tomorrow. Here’s a quick guide to the key excerpts.
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October 28 - November 3
Video of the Week
Close the Door to Cancer
Close the Door to Cancer: More than 14 million people will be infected with HPV this year. HPV can cause cancers that affect both men and women. Prevent HPV -related cancers by vaccinating your boys and girls ages 11 or 12 years. Talk to your child's doctor about how you can close the door to cancer today.
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