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For Adults : Other Diseases
  • A website aimed at 100% Immunization for Seniors has been created by the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists. The primary goal of the 100% Immunization Campaign is to ensure that all older adults are immunized against influenza and pneumococcal disease, including residents of nursing facilities and assisted living environments.
  • Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program (AVIP) is the official U.S. Department of Defense website. It gives detailed information on anthrax and its possible use as a weapon; on the vaccine itself; and on the history of the disease. There is also a detailed Q&A and a site search engine.
  • Anthrax Vaccine is explained in detail on a special page posted by a website known as United States Marine Corps Stuff, an unofficial booster page. The vaccine is being administered to all United States military service members between the ages of 18 and 65.
  • Canada's flu vaccination site Blast the Flu (and in French, Méchante la Grippe) is provided by the National Influenza Immunization Campaign. It carries an especially valuable FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) section in both sections.
  • The Cancer Research Institute (CRI) was founded in 1953 to foster the science of cancer immunology, which is based on the premise that the body's immune system can be mobilized against cancer. The Institute has been a sustaining force in cancer and immunology research for over 50 years.
  • The City of Columbia, Mo. maintains a website featuring its walk-in immunization service. Other health services are also described.
  • Healthy Living - Immunisation is a page from the website sponsored by the State Government of Victoria, Australia. It gives information on all diseases that should be prevented by vaccination.
  • How To Avoid The Flu is an article from the November 1994 FDA Consumer. Its advice, including the use of vaccines as the main defense, is still relevant today.
  • "Influenza, The Virus, the Disease, and How to Protect Yourself" is an elegant offering from the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases and the National Coalition for Adult Immunization. Navigating within this website is quite easy.
  • The Meningitis Vaccine Project (MVP) is a partnership between the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH). The MVP's mission is to eliminate epidemic meningitis as a public health problem in sub-Saharan Africa through the development, testing, introduction, and widespread use of conjugate meningococcal vaccines. Pages are offered in both French and English.
  • Rotavirus vaccine information is given in a brief fact sheet on the website of the Bill and Melinda Gates Children's Vaccine Program and also in a more complete statement that discusses the rotavirus problem in depth.
  • Shots for Safety explains the need for immunizations for older people, describing each "shot" that is recommended. It comes from the Administration on Aging of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
  • The Swiss Influenza Homepage provides updated information on the flu season in Switzerland as well as general information about influenza and the ongoing surveillance program.
  • Valley Fever Vaccine Project of the Americas is dedicated to developing a vaccine against this disease, which can cause coldlike symptoms in the majority of the people who contract it, and meningitis, even death, in the few. A description of the disease, with a map of the areas of the American Southwest and Northern Mexico in which it is endemic, can be found on this website.


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