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Preventable–diseases section

Cholera
1 - Cholera vaccines. WHO position paper; WER 2001; 76:117-124
http://www.who.int/immunization/wer7616cholera_Apr01_position_paper.pdf

Diphtheria
2 - Diphtheria vaccines. WHO position paper; WER 2006, 81:21-32;
http://www.who.int/immunization/wer8103Diphtheria_Jan06_position_paper.pdf

Haemophilus influenza type b
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programmes. WHO/V and B/00.05
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the 21st century: global analysis of the disease burden 25 years after the use of the
polysaccharide vaccine and a decade after the advent of conjugates. Clinical
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Hepatitis A
5 - Hepatitis A vaccines. WHO position paper. WER 2000, 75:37-44.
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Hepatitis B
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Pink Book 9th ed. CDC; 2006. p. 207-31.

Influenza
9 - Influenza vaccines. WHO position paper. WER 2005; 80:277-288:
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Japanese encephalitis
11 - Japanese encephalitis vaccines. WHO position paper; WER 2006, 81:326-340:
http://www.who.int/immunization/wer8134japanese%20encephalitis_Aug06_position%20paper.pdf

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Measles
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Meningococcal infections
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Mumps
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Pertussis
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Pneumococcal infections
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http://www.who.int/immunization/wer7814pneumococcal_Apr03_position_paper.pdf

Poliomyelitis
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Rabies
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Rubella
25 - Rubella vacines: WHO position paper. WER 2000(20):161-72.

Tetanus
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http://www.who.int/immunization/wer8120tetanus_May06_position_paper.pdf

Tuberculosis
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http://www.who.int/immunization/wer7904BCG_Jan04_position_paper.pdf

Typhoid fever
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New England Journal of Medicine. Vol 347, N° 22. November 28, 2002

Varicella
29 - Varicella vaccines. WHO position paper. WER 1998, 73:241-248

Yellow fever
30 - Yellow fever vaccine. WHO position paper; WER 2003, 78:349-59:
http://www.who.int/immunization/wer7840yellow_fever_Oct03_position_paper.pdf

 

Glossary section:

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