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Shingles, The Inside Story: Cindie Haney
One in three people who have had chickenpox will develop shingles in their lifetime. Watch Cindie Haney talk about her experience with shingles.

Credit: Merck

Shingles, The Inside Story: Cindie Haney
4/11/2013

Shingles, The Inside Story: Dennis Grogan
4/11/2013

Shingles, The Inside Story: Ruth Barrie
4/11/2013

Test Your Adult Vaccine IQ
1/18/2013

My Experience with Shingles
1/18/2013

What Is Shingles?
1/18/2013

Shingles: A Family Story
2/11/2013
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Families Fighting Flu
Families Fighting Flu
Watch families talk about how their lives have been permanently altered by influenza
National Meningitis Association
National Meningitis Association
Features the stories of meningococcal disease survivors and families
PKIDs
PKIDs (parents of kids with infectious diseases)
Families affected by vaccine-preventable diseases share their stories
Shot by Shot
Shot by Shot
Collection of video stories covering all vaccine-preventable diseases from the California Immunization Coalition
Sounds of Pertussis
Sounds of Pertussis
Learn about whooping cough (pertussis) and how to protect you and your family from this disease, from the March of Dimes
Vaccine Education Center
Vaccine Education Center
Video series "Vaccines and Your Baby" from the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Videos for Parents
Videos for Parents
Browse this video library for parents on a number of different topics, including vaccines, from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Voices of Meningitis
Voices of Meningitis
Listen and learn how to help protect your family from meningitis from the National Association of School Nurses
 
Immunization Action Coalition   •  Saint Paul, MN
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The Immunization Action Coalition (IAC), a non-profit organization, works to increase immunization rates and prevent disease by creating and distributing educational materials for health professionals and the public that enhance the delivery of safe and effective immunization services. IAC also facilitates communication about the safety, efficacy, and use of vaccines within the broad immunization community of patients, parents, healthcare organizations, and government health agencies.