Press Releases

New Study Shows No Link Between MMR Vaccine and Autism

Parents Can Be Assured that Vaccinations for Kids Are Not Only Effective, but Safe

November 7, 2002

National Network for Immunization Information Awarded $850,000 in Grants

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Children’s Vaccine Program at PATH Will Support Scientifically Sound Information on Vaccines

April 4, 2002

Many Children Still Develop Life-Threatening, Preventable Diseases

A major new immunization initiative has been launched by the AAP, one of NNii's partner organizations.

October 1, 2001

Media Advisory

Editorial by NNii Executive Director and Steering Committee member published in the New England Journal of Medicine

February 1, 2001

National Network for Immunization Information Launches with Resources for Health Care Clinicians, Parents, and Legislators

Article in November 2000 Pediatrics Highlights the Need for Better Information on Immunization

October 30, 2000

Media Advisory

Launch of the National Network for Immunization Information (NNii)

October 30, 2000

Vaccines and Infectious Diseases: Putting Risk into Perspective

American Medical Association Briefing on Microbial Threats, National Press Club Washington, DC

June 1, 2000

Hepatitis B Vaccine Use Supported

Vaccine Safe and Prevents Potentially Deadly Infection

May 18, 2000

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