A global perspective on vaccine safety and public health: the Global Advisory Committee on Vaccine Safety.

@article{Folb2004AGP,
  title={A global perspective on vaccine safety and public health: the Global Advisory Committee on Vaccine Safety.},
  author={Peter Ian Folb and Ewa Bernatowska and Robert Chen and John Clemens and Alex N. O. Dodoo and Susan S. Ellenberg and C Patrick Farrington and Tarun Jacob John and Paul-Henri Lambert and Noni E. MacDonald and Elizabeth Miller and David Salisbury and Heinz-J Schmitt and Claire-Anne Siegrist and Omala Wimalaratne},
  journal={American journal of public health},
  year={2004},
  volume={94 11},
  pages={
          1926-31
        }
}
Established in 1999, the Global Advisory Committee on Vaccine Safety advises the World Health Organization (WHO) on vaccine-related safety issues and enables WHO to respond promptly, efficiently, and with scientific rigor to issues of vaccine safety with potential global importance. The committee also assesses the implications of vaccine safety for practice worldwide and for WHO policies. We describe the principles on which the committee was established, its modus operandi, and the scope of the… CONTINUE READING

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