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Do Multiple Vaccines Overwhelm or Weaken the Infant’s Immune System?

Many parents worry that the vaccines their child receives may overload his or her immune system.  But a new study – published...

What's New for 2002? The Recommended Childhood Immunization Schedule

Download the 2002 Recommended Childhood Immunization Schedule.


Anthrax and Smallpox - Being Prepared for Bioterrorism

Since the terrorist attacks on September 11 and the cases of anthrax that occurred in the U.S. in October 2001, many questions have arisen...

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  Immunization Newsbriefs provide an easy way to keep on top of the latest vaccine issues in the news. Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, we post summaries of recent vaccine news coverage. And, it's free.  
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Communicating with Patients About Immunization

Resource Kit CoverThis resource kit contains updates on the latest immunization research and downloadable vaccine information fact sheets.
Evaluating Info on the Web
Are you confused by the amount of information on immunizations on the Internet? Concerned about the rumors linking vaccines and diseases like diabetes and autism? We've compiled some tips to help you navigate your way through all of the information available and determine its accuracy.
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