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Dedicated to providing reliable information on vaccines and vaccination based on scientific research and vaccination news.
http://www.ine.org/
Information about immunizations and the diseases they protect against, plus links to information and community resources regarding vaccines.
http://www.immun.com/
This program from Bill and Melinda Gates works to ensure that all children receive the full benefits of new, lifesaving vaccines.
http://www.childrensvaccine.org/
Raises awareness of the importance of getting children fully immunized by the time they are two years old by educating health care workers.
http://www.ecbt.org/
A partnership dedicated to ensuring that all children have equal access to vaccines to prevent illness.
http://www.vaccinealliance.org/
Offers unbiased information to the public and health professionals on all aspects of childhood immunisation against infectious diseases.
http://www.imac.auckland.ac.nz/
Provides information to help promote childhood and adult immunizations, with information about vaccine safety, myths.
http://www.immunize.org/
Offers a wide variety of resources, including international vaccine recommendations, adverse event reporting, training, and information on numerous specific vaccine-preventable diseases such as plague.
http://www.immunofacts.com/
A comprehensive site that provides up-to-date,science-based immunization information to parents, healthcare professionals, media, policymakers and the public.
http://www.immunizationinfo.org/
Information on immunizations for children, teens and adults, including general questions, research, and a vaccination schedule.
http://www.vaccine.chop.edu/
Articles on the different diseases that can be prvented by immunization and the safety of immunizations.
http://www.vaccineinformation.org/
Provides vaccine information and an interactive program which will create an immunization schedule for any child or adolescent under 21 years of age.
http://www.vaccinecheck.com/