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For Practitioners : Diseases
  • 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.
  • Epidemiology and the Internet, a "supercourse" constantly under development, promises to be of international value to public health practitioners. Objectives are: "To provide an overview of Epidemiology using case examples; To provide an overview of the Internet, using the interactive medium; and To provide an overview of the integration of Epidemiology/Public Health and the Internet." The website is hosted by the University of Pittsburgh in the U.S.
  • 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.
  • HIV-infection and AIDS-related therapeutics constitute the largest portion of the coverage of the Antiviral Agents Bulletin, the only periodical specializing in antiviral drug and vaccine development and related activities worldwide. It is published by the Biotechnology Information Institute.
  • Infections in Medicine provides the clinician with practical
    reports on preventing, diagnosing, and treating infectious complications. Issues concerning cost effectiveness and infection control are regularly addressed.
  • Infectious Disease News is a monthly newspaper with columns, editorials and reports by experts in the subject area. It is intended to be of value for everyday clinical use.
  • Influenza Prevention and Control is a regularly-updated publication of the CDC. It provides details on flu seasons and on available vaccines for those most at risk, including children.
  • John Wayne Cancer Institute at St. John's Hospital and Health Center in Santa Monica, Calif. claims the largest cancer vaccine program in the world. Currently of particular interest are the center's melanoma vaccines.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals (GSK) operates, a Web site dedicated to health and vaccine issues. Primarily oriented toward the health care practitioner, this multilingual site (English, Spanish, and Chinese) provides news and educational information about vaccine-preventable diseases, immunization, and vaccines (GSK vaccines in particular). The training resources and vaccine awareness services are designed to support the day-to-day needs of health care professionals who manage local immunization services.


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