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Title: VIS H1N1 Inactivated influenza vaccine - Burmese
Date of publication: 10 February 2009
Language: Burmese
Source/publisher: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Format/size: pdf
Date of entry/update: 26 October 2010


Title: VACCINATION PROPAGANDA: THE POLITICS OF COMMUNICATING COLONIAL MEDICINE IN NINETEENTH CENTURY BURMA
Date of publication: March 2006
Description/subject: "...In examining the British government’s frequently half-hearted and sometimes even contradictory attempts to convince the indigenous population to accept vaccination, Burma does begin to appear in some ways as a neglected corner of British India. However, Burma may not really have been an exception as other literature has found similar problems in British India in general..."
Author/creator: Atsuko Naono
Language: English
Source/publisher: SOAS Bulletin of Burma Research 4.1 (Spring 2006)
Format/size: pdf (225K - reduced version; 458K- original)
Alternate URLs: http://web.archive.org/web/20070612023842/http://web.soas.ac.uk/burma/4.1files/4.1naono.pdf
Date of entry/update: 09 November 2008


Title: BCG vaccination of children against leprosy: fourteen-year findings of the trial in Burma
Date of publication: 1985
Description/subject: The value of BCG vaccination in preventing leprosy among children was studied in an area of high leprosy endemicity in Burma through a controlled trial; one group of 13 066 children received BCG and another group of 13 176 served as controls. The overall protective effect of BCG, which was only about 20% over the 14-year period, was found to vary with the batch of vaccine, as well as age, sex, and contact status of the children. BCG protection was found to be independent of the initial tuberculin status of the children. The protective effect of BCG against the lepromatous type of leprosy could not be measured because of the low incidence. Protection was observed throughout the fourteen years of the study except for the first year. The results are compared with those of three other major BCG trials in leprosy. The trial has shown that BCG provides only a very modest level of protection and that BCG vaccination is not likely to be an important solution for leprosy control.
Author/creator: Kyaw Lwin, T. Sundaresan, Mg Mg Gyi, L. M. Bechelli, C. Tamondong, P. Gallego Garbajosa, H. Sansarricq, and S. K. Noordeen
Language: English
Source/publisher: Bulletin of the World Health Organization
Format/size: html, pdf (1.17 M)
Alternate URLs: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2536472/pdf/bullwho00089-0098.pdf
Date of entry/update: 26 October 2010


Title: Myanmar: WHO and UNICEF estimates of immunization coverage, 1997 - 2009
Language: English
Source/publisher: World Health Organization
Format/size: pdf
Date of entry/update: 25 October 2010