Immunization is the safest and most effective public health tool available for preventing disease and death.
Thanks to vaccinations, many of the infectious diseases that gripped past generations such as polio, measles, rubella, diphtheria and tetanus are rarely seen anymore, but outbreaks can still occur. Vaccinating our families according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended immunization schedules not only protects our loved ones, but our entire community as well.
April 16-23, 2016 is National Infant Immunization Week
Learn more about Oregon's CDC Childhood Immunization Champion Award Winner, Christine Wysock
Improving immunization rates is one of seven priority areas from Oregon's State Health Improvement Plan.
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