History of Vaccines Blog
Italian Senate Reverses Vaccination Requirements
Just last year, in the midst of ongoing measles outbreaks, Italian lawmakers cracked down on parents who avoided vaccinating their children enrolled in public schools. Parents would be fined if their children were not in compliance with 10 vaccination requirements by age 6.
Vaccination Exemption Rates Increasing in Many Areas, Study Shows
Ebola Vaccine Deployed in DRC Outbreak
Teen Health Week 2018: Teens Talk about Vaccines
Vaccine-Related Medals in the Mütter Collection
Today's blog post is by Mütter Museum and History of Vaccines intern Carley Roche.
The Mütter Museum of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia has a vast collection of medals, pins, and ribbons representing some of the most significant events and people in medical history. Recently I have had the opportunity to reorganize and rehouse this collection. This project has allowed me to closely inspect each item in this particular collection. Below are a few medals representing some of the most influential moments and players in the history of vaccines.
History of Vaccines Launches Sites in Arabic, Hindi, and Urdu
Predictions for 2027 at the Annual Conference for Vaccine Research
Women's History Month: Pittman and Kendrick
With Women’s History Month coming to an end, intern Carley Roche recognizes two influential female researchers whose work has saved countless lives.