- 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.
National Centre for Immunisation Research (NCIRS)"
was established at the Royal Alexandra Hospital for Children,
Sydney, by Australia's National Centre for Disease Control (NCDC)
in August 1997, to carry out research and give independent
expert advice about all aspects of diseases which can be
prevented by vaccination, particularly in children.
Advisory Committee on Immunization is the official body that advises on
recommendations for the use of vaccines currently or newly licensed for use in humans in Canada,
including the identification of high risk groups for whom vaccine programs should be
Serum Institut, an enterprise of the government of
Denmark, contributes to preventing and controlling disease in
that country and internationally. Among its functions is the
development and manufacture of vaccines, including a combined
vaccine against diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis and polio now
in use in the Danish childhood vaccination program. The
website has particularly attractive graphics and loads
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- The New Zealand Ministry
of Health Immunisation Page carries the official material
on vaccination laws and practices in that country, plus good
discussion of the issues in this area as well as numerous
Pakistan is a national forum for the exchange of
information and expertise between government and
non-government organizations committed to protecting the
health of all Pakistani citizens.
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vaccine-preventable diseases can now be readily found on a new
online resource offered by the Immunization
Action Coalition (IAC). Included is information compiled
by IAC on state mandates for hepatitis B and varicella
prevention. The web page also links to information on state
mandates for DTP, MMR, polio, and Hib vaccination, reprinted
from "State Immunization Requirements 1998-1999" by
the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). This
information will be updated when CDC revises its publication.