In this time of the pandemic, the first thing that crosses our mind is the need for a vaccine. And the book Vaccines: What everyone needs to know, released in 2018, provides an overview of the science, manufacture, and culture of vaccines. Taking annotation from various institutes in the United States, it gives an unbiased resource of this much-debated subject and provides accessible, authoritative overviews on various aspects of the topic. It includes how vaccines work, their history, the vaccine policy, the manufacturing of vaccines, vaccine injury, the link between vaccines and autism, and finally vaccines and new outbreaks.
Since information is provided in a QnA format, it makes for a great reference guide for readers.
As the author Dr. Feemster is a researcher, clinician, and public health medical director, the book has information related to vaccines from a firsthand perspective.
Written by a national leader in vaccine education and clinical practice, this answers questions around the most complex questions related to vaccines, including vaccine delay, and its manufacture. It also gives a global perspective about the vaccine, including vaccine economics. A must-read for journalists, prospective parents, and anyone interested in health care, this book gives a compassionate and engaging account of one of the important public advances in the past 200 years.