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Vaccines for Teens
The NBA and WNBA, in collaboration with the Society for Adolescent Medicine and sanofi pasteur, have launched Vaccines for Teens, a national multimedia campaign designed to educate teens and their parents about the importance of vaccination against serious, potentially life-threatening diseases. Includes 30-sec PSA from NBA player Grant Hill.
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General Immunization
"Safer Healthier Children." An overview of how vaccines are produced and how they work. Produced by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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"Protect Every Child"
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"La Promesa"
Centros para el Control y la Prevención de Enfermedades
(CDC)
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00:30 min

Adult Immunization Public Service Announcement (PSA)
A 30-second PSA promoting adult immunization in various video formats.
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GAVI PSA 1
A public service announcement about immunizing the world's children.
Courtesy Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI), January 2001.
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0:34 min  1,419 KB
 
Introduction to Global Immunization
Three million children die each year from vaccine-preventable diseases. This video describes the successes and challenges in protecting all children against these diseases. Courtesy Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI), January 2001.
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Vaccine delivery by boat
Measles vaccine being delivered by boat to a village on the Amazon, Peru. Courtesy GAVI, January 2001.
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GAVI PSA 2
A public service announcement about immunizing the world's children. Courtesy Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI), January 2001.
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Babies with vaccine-preventable
diseases

In an Ethiopian hospital, a baby girl lies dangerously ill with meningitis and another girl suffers from pneumonia. Courtesy Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI), January 2001.
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Sick child in Dhaka shantytown
Dr. Aliya Naheed attends a child with a life-threatening infection and Dr. David Sack discusses the decrease in local infant mortality due to vaccination. Courtesy GAVI, January 2001.
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Public service announcement from Ray Durham, San Francisco Giants
Courtesy: San Francisco Immunization Coalition
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