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Organizations : General
  • The Albert B. Sabin Vaccine Institute is a non-profit public foundation dedicated to continuing the work of Dr. Albert Sabin, who envisioned the enormous potential of vaccines to prevent deadly diseases. The Sabin Vaccine Institute promotes rapid scientific advances in vaccine development, delivery and distribution worldwide through education, research and advocacy.
  • BioMedNet is "The World Wide Club for the Biological and Medical Community." Membership is free. It offers a full text library, a Medline service with expert annotations, a job exchange, and the award-winning biological science news magazine, HMS Beagle.
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is a U.S. government agency involved in all aspects of disease control and prevention, including outbreak alerts, guidelines, etc. The CDC's publications are highlighted in several sections of The Vaccine Page.
  • Communicable Disease Surveillance Centre was established in 1977 to undertake national surveillance of communicable disease and to provide epidemiological assistance and coordination in the investigation and control of infection in England and in Wales.
  • Meningitis Research Foundation, headquartered in Bristol, England, supports research and education about this inflammation of the tissues which cover the brain and spinal cord.
  • National Immunization Program (NIP) is a part of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). As a disease-prevention program, NIP provides leadership for the planning, coordination and conduct of immunization activities nationwide.
  • National Institute for Biological Standards and Control (Great Britain) is a multi-disciplinary scientific establishment whose purpose is to safeguard and enhance public health by standardizing and controlling biological substances used in medicine. It is a WHO international laboratory for biological standards.
  • Pasteur Institute in Paris. Founded in 1877 by Louis Pasteur, this institute has been in the forefront of the fight against infectious disease for over a century.
  • Statens 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 quickly.
  • Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (VICP) is a U.S. no-fault alternative to the tort system for resolving claims resulting from adverse reactions to mandated childhood vaccines.


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