Expert Insights and Commentary


Scientists Travel to Remote Village in Search of Clues to Monkeypox Virus

Animal-borne infectious diseases that jump to humans are on the rise. This year, outbreaks of monkeypox, a rare but fatal disease have been spreading across Africa. In...


In “The Pathological Optimist” Wakefield Profits From False Hope and a Disproved Autism-MMR Hypothesis

"The Pathological Optimist" follows Wakefield on a cross-country, money-seeking tour targeting parents of children with autism. He isn’t raising money for research on autism’s causes or cures. Rather, he’s...


3 Things I’ve Learned Since Losing My Son to Flu

By Serese Marotta, Chief Operating Officer, Families Fighting Flu   Today is a hard day for me – it’s been eight years since I lost my five-year-old son, Joseph, to...


Evaluating the Safety of Flu Vaccination in Pregnancy

The decision to get a flu vaccination in pregnancy is one that should be based on a complete evaluation of the scientific evidence that is available.


Some Things You Outgrow as an Adult. Vaccines Aren’t One of Them.

Did you know that vaccines are recommended for people of all ages? Even if you were fully vaccinated as a child, the protection from some vaccines you received can...


5 Things Expectant Parents Need to Know About Vaccines in Pregnancy

Expectant couples should rely on credible medical sources such as the CDC, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), and the American College of Nurse Midwives. Here are...


Updates from June 2017 Meeting of the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices

Recently, the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) met to discuss several important developments concerning vaccines. This included a discussion of vaccine research and scientific data related to...


Every Child By Two Delivers Critical Message to Legislators

Every Child By Two will also be making a special presentation on Capitol Hill today, alongside experts from the CDC, AAP and Children’s National Health System. The panelists will discuss...


What Parents of Every Teen Should Know About Meningitis

While anyone can contract meningococcal disease, adolescents and young adults are among the population who have a higher risk for the disease due to their lifestyle factors. Learn...


March for Science, Chant for Vaccines

If you value vaccines and plan to show your support by participating in the March for Science, we hope you'll consider preparing some catchy chants, printing some pro-vaccine posters,...