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Do you follow Voices for Vaccines, the parent-led vaccine advocacy group? If not, you may not be aware of their weekly newsletter, This Week in Vaccine Hesitancy. Written in an accessible manner, and quick to read, the newsletter highlights vaccine safety concerns and misinformation circulating online during that week. Each item offers a sentence or two synopsis of the issue and a brief paragraph that highlights relevant facts along with links to additional information. For example, a recent issue addressed mRNA vaccines and cancer, COVID vaccine arm, and the Austrian vaccine suspension. Each issue also closes with a positive vaccine message meant for sharing!
Although we all get too many emails already, this is a great resource for quickly staying abreast of concerns circulating online.
Categories: Vaccine Update April 2021
Materials in this section are updated as new information and vaccines become available. The Vaccine Education Center staff regularly reviews materials for accuracy.
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