- Why do Pediatricians Vaccinate? (AAP)
- Why are Childhood Vaccines Important? (AAP)
- The Importance of Childhood Vaccines (Spanish) (AAP)
- Teen Vaccines (AAP)
- Living Beyond Cervical Cancer (47 min, Cervivor.org)
The Economics of Vaccines
Vaccines are expensive to develop and it can take decades to get them to market. This means promising vaccines often sit in laboratory freezers during major epidemics. That is what happened during the 2014 Ebola outbreak, which killed more than 11,000 people.
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Because Vaccines Prevent Disease.
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Because Vaccines are Tested for Safety
Because Some People Can’t Be Vaccinated
Because We Know They Work
And they’re not just for children! Check out “The importance of vaccines for older adults:” YouTube Video
Have more questions about vaccines? Check out Vaxopedia, an A to Z guide to vaccines, created by Dr. Vincent Iannelli!