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|Allied Vaccine Group|
Provides information on the subject of vaccines. Features members and a search facility.
|Child Health Immunizations|
Provides information for parents about immunizations and the diseases. Offers common questions and a recommended schedule.
|Childhood Immunization Record|
Track your child's immunizations. Email reminder lets you know if anyhave been missed. Store details of doctor visits, chart growth, andother critical medical information for your child.
|Every Child By Two|
Campaigns for early immunization. Provides issues, resources, contacts, diseases, photographs and a newsletter. Some pages available in Spanish.
|Flu Patch Vaccine|
Learn more about new Flu Patch Vaccine that is safe, less painful,easy to administer. It will reduce overall medical costs and help increase vaccine coverage rates.
|Immunisation Advisory Centre|
Immunization, vaccination, child health information for parents and health professionals. Lists vaccines, recommended schedules and questions. Based in Auckland, New Zealand.
|Immunization Action Coalition|
Provides childhood, adolescent, and adult immunization information. Lists diseases and vaccines, state information and publications. Site available in many languages.
Provides vaccine recommendations, issues, laws, regulations, publications, fact sheets and government databases.
Offers up to date information on vaccines. Lists news, fact sheets and general questions.
|National Vaccine Information Center|
Lists issues, vaccination decisions, state exemptions, dieases and vaccines, articles, interviews and a newsletter.
|Vaccine Education Center|
Based at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Features a vaccination schedule, common questions, holiday vaccinations and adult and teen vaccines.
|Enough to Go Around|
Introduces the research of plant biologist Charles Arntzen, a pioneer in the development of edible vaccines. Explains how they are made, how they may increase vaccination rates in developing countries.
Learn about this nasal flu vaccine that helps provide flu protection in healthy children and adults aged 5 to 49.
|NPI: National Partnership for Immunization|
Provides links to information on vaccine safety, immunization registries, and immunization schedules and requirements; state health profiles; and a downloadable safety reference guide.
|Vaccine Page, The|
Information about vaccines and immunology. Lists details for parents, adults, practitioners and researchers. Offers journals and organizations.
Provides information on streptococcus, tetanus, diphtheria, and meningitis vaccines developed by Wyeth Lederle. Includes online resources.