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AMR RCC 1st Final Report, Washington,DC AMR RCC 1st Final Report, Washington,DC

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AMR RCC 2nd Final Report, Brasilia, Brazil AMR RCC 2nd Final Report, Brasilia, Brazil

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American Regional Commission for Certification of Poliovirus Laboratory Containment and Verification of Poliofree Status (AMR RCC)
FINAL REPORT Brasilia, Brazil

Brochure: Immunization in the Americas, 2005 Summary Brochure: Immunization in the Americas, 2005 Summary

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Brochure: Immunization in the Americas, 2006 Summary Brochure: Immunization in the Americas, 2006 Summary

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Brochure: Immunization in the Americas, 2007 Summary Brochure: Immunization in the Americas, 2007 Summary

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Control of Diphtheria, Pertussis, Tetanus, Haemophilus influenzae type b and Hepatitis B Field Guide Control of Diphtheria, Pertussis, Tetanus, Haemophilus influenzae type b and Hepatitis B Field Guide

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The book was designed by PAHO to provide health professionals with a quick reference tool for these five diseases and the vaccines used to prevent them. The guide summarizes clinical information on these diseases; outlines the public health strategies currently available to control and prevent them, including surveillance and vaccination; and examines the existing monovalent vaccines.

 

 

Control of Yellow Fever: Field Guide Control of Yellow Fever: Field Guide

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Yellow fever remains an important public health problem in the Americas. Occasional cases of jungle yellow fever and the proliferation of Aedes aegypti across the Hemisphere are evidence of the continued high risk of the reurbanization that this disease continues to pose.

Data and Indicators of Rotavirus Surveillance in Reporting Countries in the  Americas, 2007 Data and Indicators of Rotavirus Surveillance in Reporting Countries in the Americas, 2007

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Fatal  adverse events following receipt of yellow fever vaccine Fatal adverse events following receipt of yellow fever vaccine

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In recent weeks, four fatal cases of adverse events following administration of yellow fever vaccine (17DD sub-strain) manufactured by Bio-Manguinhos, Brazil have been reported to the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO).

Fifth Annual Vaccination Week in the Americas Fifth Annual Vaccination Week in the Americas

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Date added: 09/24/2008
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Vaccination Week in the Americas (VWA) originated with a proposal by the ministers of health of the Andean countries aimed at controlling a measles outbreak in Venezuela and Colombia in 2002. It became a hemispheric initiative in 2003, when the Directing Council of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) adopted Resolution CD44.R1.

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