• European Advisory Group on the Expanded Programme on Immunization (‏EAG/EPI)‏ : report on the fourteenth meeting, London, United Kingdom 27-29 January 1998 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; WHO Expanded Programme on Immunization. European Advisory Group . Meeting (‏14th: 1998: London, United Kingdom)‏ (‏1998‎, EUR/ICP/CMDS 01 01 02)‏
      The EAG proposed targets and recommendations for the elimination of poliomyelitis, neonatal tetanus, indigenous diphtheria and measles, for reducing the carrier incidence of hepatitis B virus in children under five years, and for controlling mumps, pertussis, congenital rubella and invasive disease caused by Haemophilus influenzae type b. Achieving these targets would require appropriate political will, well defined strategies, the necessary managerial and financial resources, well organized public health systems with laboratory-based infectious ...
    • European Advisory Group on the Expanded Programme on Immunization : report on the 13th meeting, Paris, France, 10-12 March 1997 

      World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe; European Advisory Group on the Expanded Programme on Immunization. Meeting (‏13th: 1997: Paris, France)‏ (‏1997‎, EUR/ICP/CMDS 01 01 06)‏
      The EAG expressed the belief that whole-cell pertussis vaccine should remain the mainstay of national immunization programmes. Those countries that had already changed to acellular vaccines would need to monitor carefully changes in coverage, efficacy and duration of protection. The possible interference between acellular vaccines and Hib vaccines needed further elucidation. Experience with Hib vaccines in European countries had been most encouraging, with high coverage achieved and rapid disappearance of invasive Hib manifestations. The EAG ...