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A 2017 Supplement to Epidemiology and Prevention of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases, 13th Edition (the Pink Book)

A 2017 Supplement to the 13th Edition of the Pink Book is now available. The supplement reflects the latest ACIP recommendations since the latest publication of the Pink Book in 2015.

The Pink Book supplement is a resource intended for immunization providers, and includes supplementary immunization information on human papillomavirus vaccine, meningococcal vaccines, and pneumococcal vaccines.

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The 13th edition of the textbook, Epidemiology and Prevention of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases, or the Pink Book, is available for purchase from the PHF Learning Resource Center. Published by CDC, NCIRD, and the Public Health Foundation (PHF), the Pink Book provides health care professionals with the most comprehensive information available on vaccines and vaccine-preventable diseases.

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