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The Resource Vaccines, Sylvia Engdahl, book editor

Vaccines, Sylvia Engdahl, book editor

Label
Vaccines
Title
Vaccines
Statement of responsibility
Sylvia Engdahl, book editor
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
614.4/7083
Index
index present
LC call number
RA638
LC item number
.V333 2009
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Current controversies
Label
Vaccines, Sylvia Engdahl, book editor
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 206-211) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Some parents feel they must lie to avoid vaccination of their children
  • Steve LeBlanc
  • Many scientific studies of vaccine safety are flawed
  • Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
  • The cervical cancer vaccine has not been proven safe or effective
  • Cathy Gulli, Lianne George, and John Intini
  • No : the risk of harm from common vaccines is extremely small
  • The benefits of vaccines far outweigh the risks
  • Aubrey Noelle Stimola
  • Giving multiple vaccines to children is safe
  • Are vaccines likely to do more harm than good?
  • Centers for disease Control and Prevention
  • Anti-vaccine fanatics are free riders
  • Michael Fumento
  • Should routine vaccinations be mandatory?
  • Overview: Vaccination controversy centers on the right to choose
  • Logan Molyneux
  • Yes : vaccination should be mandatory in order to prevent the spread of disease
  • Meningitis vaccination should be mandatory for college dorm residents
  • Katie Strickland
  • All young girls should be vaccinated to prevent cervical cancer
  • Overview: Opposition to childhood vaccinations is increasing
  • Elizabeth M. Whelan
  • No : mandatory vaccination violates people's right to control their bodies
  • Making cervical cancer vaccination mandatory is bad medicine
  • Lucinda Marshall
  • The chickenpox vaccine is unnecessary and its safety is unproven
  • Andrew Schlafly
  • New Jersey's new childhood vaccine mandates are indefensible
  • Deirdre Imus
  • Compulsory vaccination eliminates normal checks on government power
  • Mark Blaxill and Barbara Loe Fisher
  • Mike Cronin
  • Push to mandate new vaccines comes from profit-driven industry
  • Evelyn Pringle
  • Does the threat of bioterrorism warrant mandatory vaccination?
  • Chapter preface
  • Yes : vaccination against biological weapons is essential to defense
  • Anthrax vaccine is necessary to protect services members
  • Stephanie L. Carl
  • High-risk situations justify government restrictions on liberty
  • Lawrence O. Gostin
  • No : unproven vaccines can cause harm and should not be forced on anyone
  • Yes : the risks of common vaccines often exceed their benefits
  • Service members should not be ordered to risk damage to their health
  • Bob Evans
  • Mandatory anthrax vaccination has caused many serious illnesses
  • Greg Gordon
  • Compulsory vaccination against bioterrorist attacks is unjustified
  • Tom Jefferson
  • What are some future uses for vaccines?
  • Chapter preface
  • Lives could be saved by more vaccination of adolescents and adults
  • Steve Baragona
  • There are real dangers to vaccines
  • Measles is a major cause of death among unvaccinated children in Africa
  • William J. Moss
  • Children infected with HIV need access to pneumonia vaccine
  • Orin Levine and Paul Zeitz
  • More women should be enrolled in HIV preventive vaccine trials
  • Edward Mills ... [et al.]
  • Experimental AIDS vaccines have not been successful
  • John Lauerman
  • A malaria vaccine is desperately needed in Africa
  • Michael Finkel
  • David Kupelian
  • Vaccines are being developed to treat cancer
  • Michelle Meadows
  • New vaccines may help to stop smoking, drug use, and overeating
  • Ronald Kotulak
  • Vaccines may be the cause of autism
  • Kelly Patricia O'Meara
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
221 p.
Isbn
9780737741506
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Lccn
2008031422
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
(OCoLC)ocn234234200
Label
Vaccines, Sylvia Engdahl, book editor
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 206-211) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Some parents feel they must lie to avoid vaccination of their children
  • Steve LeBlanc
  • Many scientific studies of vaccine safety are flawed
  • Robert F. Kennedy Jr.
  • The cervical cancer vaccine has not been proven safe or effective
  • Cathy Gulli, Lianne George, and John Intini
  • No : the risk of harm from common vaccines is extremely small
  • The benefits of vaccines far outweigh the risks
  • Aubrey Noelle Stimola
  • Giving multiple vaccines to children is safe
  • Are vaccines likely to do more harm than good?
  • Centers for disease Control and Prevention
  • Anti-vaccine fanatics are free riders
  • Michael Fumento
  • Should routine vaccinations be mandatory?
  • Overview: Vaccination controversy centers on the right to choose
  • Logan Molyneux
  • Yes : vaccination should be mandatory in order to prevent the spread of disease
  • Meningitis vaccination should be mandatory for college dorm residents
  • Katie Strickland
  • All young girls should be vaccinated to prevent cervical cancer
  • Overview: Opposition to childhood vaccinations is increasing
  • Elizabeth M. Whelan
  • No : mandatory vaccination violates people's right to control their bodies
  • Making cervical cancer vaccination mandatory is bad medicine
  • Lucinda Marshall
  • The chickenpox vaccine is unnecessary and its safety is unproven
  • Andrew Schlafly
  • New Jersey's new childhood vaccine mandates are indefensible
  • Deirdre Imus
  • Compulsory vaccination eliminates normal checks on government power
  • Mark Blaxill and Barbara Loe Fisher
  • Mike Cronin
  • Push to mandate new vaccines comes from profit-driven industry
  • Evelyn Pringle
  • Does the threat of bioterrorism warrant mandatory vaccination?
  • Chapter preface
  • Yes : vaccination against biological weapons is essential to defense
  • Anthrax vaccine is necessary to protect services members
  • Stephanie L. Carl
  • High-risk situations justify government restrictions on liberty
  • Lawrence O. Gostin
  • No : unproven vaccines can cause harm and should not be forced on anyone
  • Yes : the risks of common vaccines often exceed their benefits
  • Service members should not be ordered to risk damage to their health
  • Bob Evans
  • Mandatory anthrax vaccination has caused many serious illnesses
  • Greg Gordon
  • Compulsory vaccination against bioterrorist attacks is unjustified
  • Tom Jefferson
  • What are some future uses for vaccines?
  • Chapter preface
  • Lives could be saved by more vaccination of adolescents and adults
  • Steve Baragona
  • There are real dangers to vaccines
  • Measles is a major cause of death among unvaccinated children in Africa
  • William J. Moss
  • Children infected with HIV need access to pneumonia vaccine
  • Orin Levine and Paul Zeitz
  • More women should be enrolled in HIV preventive vaccine trials
  • Edward Mills ... [et al.]
  • Experimental AIDS vaccines have not been successful
  • John Lauerman
  • A malaria vaccine is desperately needed in Africa
  • Michael Finkel
  • David Kupelian
  • Vaccines are being developed to treat cancer
  • Michelle Meadows
  • New vaccines may help to stop smoking, drug use, and overeating
  • Ronald Kotulak
  • Vaccines may be the cause of autism
  • Kelly Patricia O'Meara
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
221 p.
Isbn
9780737741506
Isbn Type
(hardcover)
Lccn
2008031422
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
System control number
(OCoLC)ocn234234200

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