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Title Personal stories : why flu vaccination matters.
Imprint Atlanta, GA : Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, [2008]

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Series CDC health matters
Health matters (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.))
Subject Influenza -- Mortality -- United States -- Case studies -- Popular works.
Influenza -- United States -- Prevention -- Popular works.
Influenza vaccines -- Popular works.
Critically ill children -- United States -- Case studies -- Popular works.
Catastrophic illness -- United States -- Case studies -- Popular works.
Symptoms -- Popular works.
Alt Name Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.)
National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases (U.S.)
National Center for Health Marketing (U.S.)
Families Fighting Flu.
Add Title Why flu vaccination matters
Flu vaccination
Description polychrome rdacc
System Details System requirements: Internet browser; Adobe Flash Player for streaming files; multimedia software player such as Windows Media Player or RealPlayer for downloadable files.
Mode of access: Internet via the CDC-TV web site. Address as of 12/9/09: http://www.cdc.gov/CDCTV/PersonalFluStories/index.html ; current access available via PURL.
Summary Presents accounts of parents whose children have died from influenza, or flu. Covers victims' and families' experiences with flu's onset, symptoms, and progress. Emphasizes CDC's recommendation that children aged 6-months to 18-years receive a flu vaccination every year.
Note Accompanied by transcript in PDF format.
OCLC # 476764202


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