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June 1-7, 2020
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The Vaccine to End the Pandemic? This April 2020 video from Real Science discusses a possible new form of vaccine using messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA), which can be configured quickly in the lab. The video also discusses how traditional vaccines function and are produced. Although mRNA production is relatively fast, clinical trials, which involve three phases, are still needed to show that vaccines are safe and effective.
June 8-14, 2020
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Recommending Vaccines for Children under Two Years Old: In this video, part of CDC's "How I Recommend" series, pediatrician Dr. Tolu Adebanjo says that she uses the "presumptive approach" by assuming parents are ready to accept vaccines for their child. Some studies show that clinicians who use this approach are more likely to have parents accept vaccines for their children.
June 15-21, 2020
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HPV Vaccine for Adults: Who Needs It? Who Doesn't? In this Medscape video, Dr. Sandra Fryhofer discusses the ACIP recommendations for the use of HPV9 vaccine in adults 27 through 45 years of age. Physicians should discuss with their patients their need for this vaccine based on shared clinical decision-making. She also answers frequently asked questions. Medscape login is required.
June 22-28, 2020
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How to Make a COVID-19 Vaccine: This April 2020 SciShow video explains the way our immune system works as well as the types of COVID-19 vaccines being developed, using older and newer technologies. Three phases of testing are needed to ensure a vaccine is safe and effective. Until then, finding effective treatments and taking preventive measures, such as physical distancing, will be needed.
 
June 29-July 5, 2020
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We Can Be the First—IMMMUNIZEBC and HPV: Teens and preteens from British Columbia talk about those they know who have had cancer. When they learn the HPV vaccine can prevent certain cancers, they are amazed and commit to get vaccinated to protect other people, including future generations. They state, "We can be the first generation" to beat cancers caused by HPV.
 
 
         
 
 
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