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    The #SCIENCE to SUPPORT #VACCINES IS CLEAR. However, sometimes, The MESSAGE to The LAY COMMUNITY IS NOT. Children and teens enjoy reading #comics: A GATEWAY to HEALTH LITERACY This why we make this mini-series. #VaccinesWork & #VaccinesSaveLives
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    In 1987, thousands of people gathered in Saudi Arabia for the annual Hajj pilgrimage. But what started out as a celebration led to a worldwide health crisis: more than 2,000 cases of meningitis broke out, spreading across Saudi Arabia and the rest of the world. How did it spread so quickly and what makes meningitis so dangerous? Melvin Sanicas examines how the disease affects our bodies.
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    Graphic regarding the protection vaccines confer
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    Vaccination is one of the most successful and cost-effective advances in global public health. Vaccines are given to many millions of people in Australia and billions worldwide to prevent disease. Vaccines prevent an estimated 2 to 3 million deaths every year. This document provides answers to many common questions about vaccination. It is designed: to help parents find out more about vaccines and the most recent evidence about their safety and effectiveness. to help doctors answer questions from their patients.
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    The Melbourne Vaccine Education Centre (MVEC) is an online initiative which provides up-to-date immunisation information for healthcare professionals, parents and the public. MVEC content aims to address common queries around vaccines and to promote the benefits of immunisation for both children and adults.
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    La vaccination protège contre une maladie qui peut être grave. L’innocuité est un impératif majeur pour les vaccins car ils sont administrés à des personnes en bonne santé(souvent des enfants). Si aucun vaccin n’est ni complètement exempt de réactions secondaires ni totalement efficace, la vaccination fait partie des traitements présentant les meilleurs rapports bénéfices-risques. La vaccination a permis une réduction importante de nombreuses maladies, voire une disparition pour certaines, induisant, par contre coup, une focalisation de l’attention sur les manifestations cliniques rapportées après vaccination (effets indésirables). Si certaines de ces manifestations sont effectivement dues aux vaccins (réactions secondaires), d’autres ne sont que le résultat de coïncidences (événements intercurrents), du fait du nombre considérable de vaccinations réalisées (plusieurs millions d’individus chaque année). La majorité des polémiques vaccinales (sclérose en plaques, myofasciïte à macrophages, autisme...) ont reçu des réponses scientifiques sans équivoque : il n’y a aucune preuve ou suspicion de preuve démontrant que les vaccins sont impliqués dans ces maladies.
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    Parte da Campanha Onda Contra o Câncer, o vídeo informa sobre o impacto da infecção pelo vírus HPV para homens e mulheres.
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    Alien invaders descend on a world while defensive forces prepare to battle the intruders... is this the plot from a new blockbuster movie? No, this is the story of Immunity Warriors: Invasion of the Alien Zombies, an online motion comic to educate school-aged kids about the immune system and the importance of vaccination. Read the motion digital comic online (activate flash) , download the PDF version, or watch on YouTube.
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    On this vaccine science website, teachers, students, and those interested in the science of vaccines, immunology, and infectious diseases can find information, resources, videos, animations, lesson plans, and more.
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    ИНФОРМАЦИОННЫЙ БЮЛЛЕТЕНЬ НАБЛЮДАЕМЫЙ УРОВЕНЬ ПОСТВАКЦИНАЛЬНЫХ РЕАКЦИЙ ГРИППОЗНАЯ ВАКЦИНА
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