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A cartoon labeled at the top, "The Vaccine Superhero. Developed by the Immunization Ambassadors (#whyivax, immunizationambassadors.com) and the Advocacy Group of Scientific Technologies Corporation (STChealth.com, Phoenix, AZ). There are two cartoon panels below. In the first, is a school nurse's office with a nurse and a boy sitting on an exam table. In the room are several different kinds of viruses. The nurse holds a vaccination needle. The caption reads, "Why? Because vaccination keeps the diseases away." In the second panel, the boy is standing on the table with a cape and a large "V" on his chest. He is pointing to the sky and it says "Vaccinated!" above his head. The viruses are running away.
It’s Not a Shot, It’s a Superpower
January 12, 2018

“It’s Not a Shot, It’s a Superpower” Educating Kids While They Get Shots By Dale Dauten, Syndicated Columnist Mike Popovich, CEO

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Cartoon of two men in an office. One man looks like he was beaten up or mauled. The other man says to him, "You didn't try to convince everyone in that anti-vaccination meeting with facts, did you?"
IT’S KIND OF SUBVERSIVE, ISN’T IT?” A New Approach to Dealing with Vax Hesitancy
November 15, 2017

“IT’S KIND OF SUBVERSIVE, ISN’T IT?” A new Approach to Dealing with Vax Hesitancy By Dale Dauten, Syndicated Columnist We all

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Cartoon showing two women and a man open their front door and react in fear as they see a child dressed as The Flu for Halloween.
10 Ways to Give More Vaccinations
October 16, 2017

10 WAYS TO GIVE MORE VACCINATIONS And maybe have some fun doing it By Dale Dauten, Syndicated Columnist If you’re reading

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Cartoon of a teacher and several children in a classroom. On the board it says "Immunizations are a Good Thing." A little girl stands at the front of the class and says, "I have been textin this message to all my friends." The teacher has both thumbs up and the other children are all clapping for her.
The Pro-Vaccination Movement’s Newest Advocate
September 15, 2017

The Pro-Vaccination Movement’s Newest Advocate By Dale Dauten, Syndicated Columnist “You make me smile all over my face”  Ian Hobson, age

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A couple stands in front of a closing pharmacy called "Stuck-in-the-Past Pharmacy," which is having a Going Out of Business Sale. The husband says, "They thought they were in the pill business instead of the people business."
What Your Car Dealer Can Teach You About Creating Better Vaccination Programs
August 14, 2017

What Your Car Dealer Can Teach You About Creating Better Vaccination Programs By Dale Dauten, Syndicated Columnist “Service is not what

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Cartoon of a queen gazing into her mirror and seeing a pharmacist using the ImmsLink application. He says to her, "You're still the fairest, and now you're also the most up to date with your vaccinations in all the land."
40% More Vaccinations. Bang.
July 19, 2017

40% More Vaccinations. Bang. How Using Bi-Directional State Registry Data Changes Immunization Rates By Dale Dauten, Syndicated Columnist “Data! Data! Data!

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People on a roller coaster next to a large sign that reads, "RollerVax 2025: The fastest roller coaster vaccination on Earth! Buckly up, lower the grab bar, and stick your arms out the sides of the car!"
The Future of Immunization Registries
June 27, 2017

The Future of Immunization Registries: A conversation with Mike Popovich By Dale Dauten, Syndicated Columnist   “The present is pregnant with

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Three people reading on tablets and one virus also reading on a tablet. The tablet reads, "Everyone shoud read the Immunization Intelligence News." The virus appears frightened.
The Stuff of Champions
May 27, 2017

The Stuff of Champions Are you ready? By Lara Popovich & Michelle Bonjour   Minda Dentler held her three-month old baby

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A man sits alone on the bleachers at a hockey game. On the field are a penalty box with one hockey player in it, a Mumps box with several people in it, a Flu box with several people in it, and a No Vaccination box with several people in it. The man sitting alone in the bleachers says, "Great seats! Not much of a hockey game, though."
A Germophobe’s Paradise
April 2, 2015

How Sports Teams Work to Prevent Flu & Mumps,  And What Our Office Teams Can Learn From Them By Dale Dauten, Syndicated

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