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VAERS Bibliography - November 2001

  1. Vaccination against mumps, measles, and rubella: is there a case for deepening the debate? BMJ. 10-13-2001, 323 (7317): 838-840.
  2. Vaccination coverage among children enrolled in Head Start programs and licensed child care centers and entering school--United States and selected reporting areas, 1999-2000 school year MMWR Morb.Mortal.Wkly.Rep. 10-5-2001, 50 (39): 847-855.
     
  3. FMD: chief scientist sets out his views on vaccination Vet.Rec. 9-29-2001, 149 (13): 370-371.
     
  4. The ethics of troop vaccination NY Times (Print.). 1-16-1991, :A22. (): A22.
     
  5. Allen, A. Injection rejection: the dangerous backlash against vaccination New Repub. 3-23-1998, 218 (12): 20-23.
     
  6. Anderson, R. and May, R. The logic of vaccination New Sci. 11-18-1982, 96 (1332): 410-415.
     
  7. Andrews, N. J. Statistical assessment of the association between vaccination and rare adverse events post-licensure Vaccine. 10-15-2001, 20 Suppl 1:S49-53. (): S49-S53.
  8. Arnup, K. "Victims of vaccination?": opposition to compulsory immunization in Ontario, 1900-90 Bull.Can.Hist Med. 1992, 9 (2): 159-176.
  9. Bator, P. A. The health reformers versus the common Canadian: the controversy over compulsory vaccination against smallpox in Toronto and Ontario, 1900-1920 Ont.Hist. 1983, 75 (4): 348-373.
     
  10. Bowman, I. A. Smallpox vaccination in the nineteenth century Bookman. 1979, 6 (1): 1-12.
     
  11. Bradbury, J. To vaccinate or not? Lancet North Am.Ed. 8-21-1999, 354 (9179): 655.
  12. Broker, M. Meningococcal vaccination for college freshmen Cleve.Clin.J.Med. 2001, 68 (10): 879.
     
  13. Brunton, D. Practitioners versus legislators: the shaping of the Scottish vaccination act Proc.R.Coll.Physicians Edinb. 1993, 23 (2): 193-201.
     
  14. Bryder, L. BCG vaccination: comparative perspectives Occas.Pap.Med.Hist Aust. 1990, 4:193-9. (): 193-199.
     
  15. Chee, C. B., Soh, C. H., Boudville, I. C., Chor, S. S., and Wang, Y. T. Interpretation of the Tuberculin Skin Test in Mycobacterium bovis BCG-vaccinated Singaporean Schoolchildren Am.J.Respir.Crit Care Med. 9-15-2001, 164 (6): 958-961.
     
  16. Chen, Z. and Zheng, H. [Qiu Xi and vaccination] Zhonghua Yi.Shi Za Zhi. 1999, 29 (3): 157-161.
     
  17. Cohn, D. L. The Effect of BCG Vaccination on Tuberculin Skin Testing. Does it matter? Am.J.Respir.Crit Care Med. 9-15-2001, 164 (6): 915-916.
     
  18. Cookson, C. Benefit and risk of vaccination as seen by the general public and the media Vaccine. 10-15-2001, 20 Suppl 1:S85-8. (): S85-S88.
     
  19. Crocetti, E., Arniani, S., Bordoni, F., Maciocco, G., Zappa, M., and Buiatti, E.
    Effectiveness of influenza vaccination in the elderly in a community in Italy Eur.J.Epidemiol. 2001, 17 (2): 163-168.
     
  20. Curran, W. J. Health department legal liability for injuries in vaccination programs Am.J.Public Health Nations.Health. 1980, 70 (11): 1215-1216.
     
  21. Cutting, W. Cost-benefit evaluations of vaccination programmes Lancet. 1980, %20;2 (8195): 634-635.
     
  22. Daum, R. S., Zenko, C. E., Given, G. Z., Ballanco, G. A., Parikh, H., and Germino, K.
    Magnitude of Interference after Diphtheria-Tetanus Toxoids-Acellular Pertussis/Haemophilus influenzae Type b Capsular Polysaccharide-Tetanus Vaccination Is Related to the Number of Doses Administered J.Infect.Dis. 11-15-2001, 184 (10): 1293-1299.
  23. de Kleijn, E., van Eijndhoven, L., Vermont, C., Kuipers, B., van Dijken, H., Rumke, H., de Groot, R., van Alphen, L., and van den, Dobbelsteen G. Serum bactericidal activity and isotype distribution of antibodies in toddlers and schoolchildren after vaccination with RIVM hexavalent PorA vesicle vaccine Vaccine. 11-12-2001, 20 (3-4): 352-358.
     
  24. Doyle, daNM, Dauterive, R., Chuang, K. H., and Ellrodt, A. G. Translating evidence into practice: pursuing perfection in pneumococcal vaccination in a rural community Respir.Care. 2001, 46 (11): 1258-1275.
     
  25. Durbach, N. 'They might as well brand us': working-class resistance to compulsory vaccination in Victorian England Soc.Hist Med. 2000, 13 (1): 45-62.
     
  26. Ernst, E. Rise in popularity of complementary and alternative medicine: reasons and consequences for vaccination Vaccine. 10-15-2001, 20 Suppl 1:S90-3. (): S90-S93.
     
  27. Frias, Nunez M. [Plans for the establishment of central vaccination committees in the institutionalization of Medicine in Colombia] Cuad.Complut.Hist Med.Cienc. 1993, 1:89-102. (): 89-102.
     
  28. Fukase, Y. [On the foundation of Otamagaike Vaccination Infirmary part 2: Toshiakira Kawaji and Genzo Saito] (Jpn) Nippon Ishigaku.Zasshi. 1980, 26 (4): 420-431.
     
  29. Garly, M. L., Bale, C., Martins, C. L., Balde, M. A., Hedegaard, K. L., Whittle, H. C., and Aaby, P. BCG vaccination among West African infants is associated with less anergy to tuberculin and diphtheria-tetanus antigens Vaccine. 11-12-2001, 20 (3-4): 468-474.
     
  30. Gelfand, H. M. Vaccination: an acceptable risk? Science. 2-25-1977, 195 (4280): 728-729.
     
  31. Havinga, W. Vaccinations as risk factors for wheezing disorders Lancet. 10-6-2001, 358 (9288): 1186.
     
  32. Henderson, D. A. The miracle of vaccination Notes Rec.R.Soc.Lond. 1997, 51 (2): 235-245.
     
  33. Hennock, E. P. Vaccination policy against smallpox, 1835-1914: a comparison of England with Prussia and Imperial Germany Soc.Hist Med. 1998, 11 (1): 49-71.
     
  34. Holdiness, M. R. Adverse cutaneous reactions to influenza vaccinations and chemotherapy Int.J.Dermatol. 2001, 40 (7): 427-430.
     
  35. Huerkamp, C. The history of smallpox vaccination in Germany: a first step in the medicalization of the general public J.Contemp.Hist. 1985, 20 (4): 617-635.
     
  36. Kanakoudi-Tsakalidou, F., Trachana, M., Pratsidou-Gertsi, P., Tsitsami, E., and Kyriazopoulou-Dalaina, V. Influenza vaccination in children with chronic rheumatic diseases and long-term immunosuppressive therapy Clin.Exp.Rheumatol. 2001, 19 (5): 589-594.
     
  37. Lin, P. [From human-pox vaccination to cowpox vaccination] (Chi) Zhonghua Yi.Shi Za Zhi. 1984, 14 (3): 168-169.
     
  38. Maral, I., Baykan, Z., Aksakal, F. N., Kayikcioglu, F., and Bumin, M. A. Tetanus immunization in pregnant women: evaluation of maternal tetanus vaccination status and factors affecting rate of vaccination coverage Public Health. 2001, 115 (5): 359-364.
     
  39. Marth, E. and Kleinhappl, B. Albumin is a necessary stabilizer of TBE-vaccine to avoid fever in children after vaccination Vaccine. 11-12-2001, 20 (3-4): 532-537.
     
  40. Matsuki, A. On the circumstances of the publication of the 1855 edition of "Roshia Gyuto Zensho" (Russian Vaccination Book) Nippon Ishigaku.Zasshi. 1999, 45 (3 Pt 1495): 401-412.
     
  41. Matsuki, A. [Studies on G. Nakagawa's vaccination--new evidence of Nakagawa's vaccination] (Jpn) Nippon Ishigaku.Zasshi. 1983, 29 (1): 35-41.
  42. Matsuki, A. Recent studies on Goroji Nakagawa, pioneer of vaccination in Japan. On the bicentenary of his birth Nippon Ishigaku.Zasshi. 1967, 13 (3): 26-32.
     
  43. Mercer, A. J. Smallpox and epidemiological-demographic change in Europe: the role of vaccination Popul.Stud.(Camb.). 1985, 39 (2): 287-307.
     
  44. Meynell, E. French reactions to Jenner's discovery of smallpox vaccination: the primary sources Soc.Hist Med. 1995, 8 (2): 285-303.
     
  45. Michiels, B., Coenen, S., Avonts, D., Van Royen, P., and Denekens, J. Who benefits from an influenza vaccination of GPs? Vaccine. 10-12-2001, 20 (1-2): 1-2.
     
  46. Mori, O. [Supplement report of "The first vaccination by cowpox in Inaba and Hoki"--Eiji Harada's memories] Nippon Ishigaku.Zasshi. 1992, 38 (3): 501-505.
     
  47. Mori, O. [The first vaccination by cowpox in Inaba and Hoki] (Jpn) Nippon Ishigaku.Zasshi. 1991, 37 (4): 513-533.
     
  48. Nakase, H., Okazaki, K., Tabata, Y., Uchida, K., Uose, S., Ohana, M., Nishi, T., Watanabe, T., Matsuura, M., Hisatsune, H., Matsumura, K., Itoh, T., Kawanami, C., and Chiba, T. Rectal immunization with antigen-containing microspheres induces stronger Th2 responses than oral immunization: a new method for vaccination Vaccine. 11-12-2001, 20 (3-4): 377-384.
  49. Nelson, M. C. and Rogers, J. The right to die? Anti-vaccination activity and the 1874 smallpox epidemic in Stockholm Soc.Hist Med. 1992, 5 (3): 369-388.
  50. Noped, J. C. and Schomberg, R. Implementing an inpatient pharmacy-based pneumococcal vaccination program Am.J.Health Syst.Pharm. 10-1-2001, 58 (19): 1852-1855.
     
  51. Olague, de Ros and Astrain, Gallart M. [An unpublished letter by Ignacio Maria Ruiz de Luzuriaga (1763-1822) on the spread of vaccination in Spain (1801)] Dynamis. 1994, 14:305-37. (): 305-337.
     
  52. Pear, R. Vaccination of children tied to welfare in U.S. proposal NY Times (Print.). 11-29-1990, :A1, B16. (): A1, B16.
     
  53. Pyhala, R., Ikonen, N., Santanen, R., Haanpaa, M., Visakorpi, R., Jappinen, P., and Valle, M. Vaccination-induced HI antibody response to intraepidemic influenza A(H3N2) virus variants of the 1996-1997 epidemic season J.Med.Virol. 2001, 65 (3): 584-589.
     
  54. Richey, W. A vaccination war erupts in military Christ.Sci.Monitor. 1-28-1999, :2. (): 2.
     
  55. Scarpelli, G. "Nothing in nature that is not useful". The anti-vaccination crusade and the idea of 'harmonia naturae' in Alfred Russel Wallace Nuncius. 1992, 7 (1): 109-130.
  56. Simonsen, L., Morens, D., Elixhauser, A., Gerber, M., Van Raden, M., and Blackwelder, W. Effect of rotavirus vaccination programme on trends in admission of infants to hospital for intussusception Lancet. 10-13-2001, 358 (9289): 1224-1229.
     
  57. Singh, D., Sutton, C., and Woodcock, A. Repeat Tuberculin Testing in BCG-vaccinated Subjects in the United Kingdom. The booster effect varies with the time of reading Am.J.Respir.Crit Care Med. 9-15-2001, 164 (6): 962-964.
     
  58. Skold, P. From inoculation to vaccination: smallpox in Sweden in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries Popul.Stud.(Camb.). 1996, 50 (2): 247-262.
     
  59. Smith, B. Camphor, cabbage leaves and vaccination: the career of Johnie "Notions" Williamson, of Hamnavoe, Eshaness, Shetland Proc.R.Coll.Physicians Edinb. 1998, 28 (3): 395-406.
     
  60. Smith, T. Vaccination/immunisation and compensation J.Med.Ethics. 1978, 4 (3): 152.
  61. Soekawa, M. [Propaganda bills for vaccination distributed during the Kaei Period in Japan] (Jpn) Nippon Ishigaku.Zasshi. 1984, 30 (1): 62-84.
     
  62. Soekawa, M. [Was the vaccinia virus, which was introduced into Japan by Dr. Otto G. J. Mohnike, used for vaccination in Japan] (Jpn) Nippon Ishigaku.Zasshi. 1982, 28 (1): 1-14.
     
  63. Suda, K. and Soekawa, M. Smallpox mortality in a mountainous district in Japan where neither variolation nor vaccination had been performed Nippon Ishigaku.Zasshi. 1983, 29 (1): 83-94.
     
  64. Talani, P., Nzaba, P., Bolanda, D., Ambedet, A., and Moyen, G. [Anti-tetanus vaccination protection on the Kouilou region of Congo-Brazzaville] Med.Trop.(Mars.). 2001, 61 (2): 195.
     
  65. Unrau, W. E. Fur trader and Indian office obstruction to smallpox vaccination in the St. Louis Indian superintendency, 1831-1834 Plains.Anthropol. 1989, 34 (124 pt 2): 33-39.
     
  66. Uragami, G. Japanese pioneers in the vaccination. (Jpn) Igakushi.Kenkyu. 1970, 34:201-8. (): 201-208.
     
  67. Warrell, D. A. The success of vaccination in tropical countries Proc.R.Coll.Physicians Edinb. 1997, 27 (1): 22-29.
     
  68. Weir, E. Yellow fever vaccination: be sure the patient needs it CMAJ. 10-2-2001, 165 (7): 941.
     
  69. Zhang, J. T-cell vaccination in multiple sclerosis: immunoregulatory mechanism and prospects for therapy Crit Rev.Immunol. 2001, 21 (1-3): 41-55.

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