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A Note to Clinicians from NNii A Summary of Several Key Issues Discussed at the October 17-18 Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices meeting
[December 13, 2001]

Report of the Rotavirus Vaccine and Intussusception Working Group
Findings of the National...

Bioterrorism Preparedness
[October 15, 2001]

Because of the September 11 terrorist attacks and the cases of anthrax that occurred in the U.S. in October 2001, concern that anthrax or...

A Note to Clinicians from NNii A Summary of Several Key Issues Discussed at the June 20-21 Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices meeting
[July 23, 2001]
(For more information on the ACIP, visit www.cdc.gov/nip/acip)

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A Note to Clinicians from NNii
[January 29, 2001]
An article was recently published in Adverse Drug Reactions and Toxicological Reviews (December 2000, v. 19, #4, 2000) which claims that the MMR...

A Note to Clinicians from NNii: Findings from an Assessment of BSE Transmission Risk Posed by Vaccine Products
[December 21, 2000]
In its continuing attempt to assure the safety of all our vaccines, this year the Food and Drug Administration Center for Biologics Evaluation and...

U.S. Doing Well, But Still At Risk
[October 20, 2000]
The United States enjoys one of the lowest rates of vaccine-preventable disease in the world. However, our country may be at risk of a resurgence in...

 
     
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