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NNii is committed to providing the media with accurate and current information on immunizations. Here you will find information on NNii, our press releases and our media responses. You can also register to receive the latest NNii news and arrange for interviews with our staff or steering committee.

Press Releases

Many Children Still Develop Life-Threatening, Preventable Diseases
A major new immunization initiative has been launched by the AAP, one of NNii's partner organizations.
[October 01, 2001]

Media Advisory
Editorial by NNii Executive Director and Steering Committee member published in the New England Journal of Medicine
[February 01, 2001]

National Network for Immunization Information Launches with Resources for Health Care Clinicians, Parents, and Legislators
Article in November 2000 Pediatrics Highlights the Need for Better Information on Immunization
[October 30, 2000]

Media Advisory
Launch of the National Network for Immunization Information (NNii)
[October 30, 2000]

American Nurses Association Adopts Resolution To Help End Important Misconceptions About Immunization
[June 30, 2000]

Misperceptions About Value of Vaccines May Lead Parents to Question Their Use
[June 01, 2000]

Health Professionals Urge Parents, Policy-Makers Not to Lose Sight of Immunizationís Successes
Evidence Disproving Link Between Vaccine and Autism Submitted to April 4 Congressional Hearing
[April 04, 1999]

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