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September 2011
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September 5-11
Video of the Week
Video: Doctors Refuse Vaccine Refusers
Doctors Refuse Vaccine Refusers: In this video segment from The Today Show, Dr. Nancy Snyderman and Dr. Lisa Thornton discuss how a growing number of doctors refuse to see parents/patients who choose not to vaccinate in order to keep their offices safe from the spread of disease.
September 12-18
Video of the Week
Video: CDC Expert Commentary: STD prevention
CDC Expert Commentary: STD prevention: CDC's Dr. Gail Bolan, discusses STD prevention and control in this CDC Expert Commentary video for Medscape. Research suggests that as many as 1 in 4 teens may have an STD. This video provides guidance for taking a teen's sexual history.
September 19-25
Video of the Week
Video: Caplan Calls Out Bachmann's Fearmongering on HPV Vaccine
Caplan Calls Out Bachmann's Fearmongering on HPV Vaccine: Arthur Caplan, PhD, appeared on Anderson Cooper 360 (CNN.com) to discuss his response to comments made by Rep. Michele Bachmann about the HPV vaccine.
September 26 - October 2
Video of the Week
Video: How to Build Better Vaccines
How to Build Better Vaccines: In this video series from the Decade of Vaccines Collaboration, Dr. Anne Moscana, director of the Division of Pediatric Infectious Disease at Weill Cornell Medical Center addresses the topic of how to build better vaccines.
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