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You are subscribed to CDC's Vaccine Information Statements (VIS) email subscription service. Several VIS pages have been updated.
As of today, patients who take VISs home with them after vaccination may opt to download them onto a mobile device (e.g., iPhone, BlackBerry) in leiu of taking paper copies, which often get quickly thrown away. A new web page (www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pubs/vis/vis-downloads.htm) has been created to give patients easy access to the VISs. A link from the main VIS page (www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pubs/vis/default.htm) goes to this new page.
For more information, see the note on the VIS-News page (www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pubs/vis/vis-news.htm).
Also see the note on VIS-News about the elimination of separate "text only" VIS files. These are no longer needed because .pdf files can now be made Section-508 compliant (i.e., accessible by screen-reader software) for the visually impaired.
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