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Thiomersal - Questions and Answers

This in-depth fact sheet provides common questions and answers related to the use of thiomersal (also known as thimerosal) in vaccines. It includes general information about thiomersal, which vaccines contain it and why, updates on additional …

Author: World Health Organization

Published: 2011

Unsafe Injections, Fatal Injections

The authors of this paper provide an overview of medical and social science wisdom on the extent of unsafe injections and the complex reasons why many injections are given in an unsafe manner.

Author: PATH

Published: 2000

Vaccine Position Papers

This web page provides links to all of the World Health Organization's position papers on specific vaccines. In addition to linking to these resources in English, it also provides links to translations of the papers into other languages, as well as …

Author: World Health Organization

Vaccine Safety and Your Child: Separating Fact From Fiction

This 32-page booklet is excerpted from a book published in 2011, and was developed by the Vaccine Education Center of the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia to serve as a resource for parents. Topics covered include: general questions about vaccine …

Author: Offit PA, Moser CA

Published: 2013

Vaccines Today

This website is an online platform for discussing vaccines and vaccination. The portal, sponsored by the European Vaccine Manufacturers (EVM), strives to provide an interactive forum for debate as well as serving as a source of reliable information …

Author: European Vaccine Manufacturers

Vigilancia Epidemiológica de Diarreas Causadas por Rotavirus

This Spanish-language document provides information on rotavirus disease and vaccines, including epidemiology and prevention and treatment of the disease.

Author: Pan American Health Organization

Published: 2007

Viral Hepatitis

A web resource from the CDC's National Center for HIV, STD & TB Prevention, containing information on hepatitis A, B, and C, along with links to resources and partner organizations.

Author: US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Published: 2006

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