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WGN - TV News from Chicago

Paul Offit speaks to a WGN-TV reporter about COVID.

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PBS Newshour

"There were 58 reported cases of measles in the U.S. during all of 2023. But there's already been 41 cases across 16 states so far this year. The outbreak of this highly contagious virus is cause for concern for many public health departments. Dr. Paul Offit, a pediatrician specializing in virology and immunology at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, joins William Brangham to discuss."

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Morning Joe on MSNBC

"Virologist and FDA vaccine advisor, Dr. Paul Offit, joins Morning Joe to discuss his new book Tell Me When It's Over: An Insider's Guide to Deciphering Covid Myths and Navigating Our Post-Pandemic World."

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"In this MedPageToday interview by Emily Hutto, Paul Offit, MD, of Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and a member of FDA's Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee, discusses the history of measles and the MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella) vaccine and examines why there are currently several outbreaks of this vaccine-preventable disease in the U.S."

"Beyond the Noise" video with Vincent Racaniello- Microbe TV


Vincent Racaniello, professor of virology at Columbia University and founder of Microbe TV, interviews Paul after each Substack post. This time they discuss the phrase, "Breakthrough Infections" as is relates to COVID. 

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MedPage Today produces videos featuring Paul. 
In this video interview Paul reflects on the FDA's communication around the COVID-19 vaccine and how it could have led some people to mistrust "the greatest medical accomplishment" in his lifetime.

Beyond the Noise

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During the COVID pandemic, a vaccine safety monitoring system misled the American public.

Video series about vaccines

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"Talking about Vaccines" with Dr. Paul Offit

A video series produced by Children's Hospital of Philadelphia 

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