Pictures of Diseases

You have entered the picture gallery where you will find photographs relating to vaccine preventable diseases. Simply click on the links from the drop down list above (Pics of Diseases) to choose the category you would like to view.

These images were acquired from the Public Health Image Library, sponsored by the Centers for Disease and Prevention. They may be used by educators for teaching purposes. The images in this collection are in the public domain and are thus free of any copyright restrictions. For public domain images, permission is not required but we ask that you credit the original institution and contributor (when known) whenever the image is used in any publicly distributed media. Additional images on vaccine preventable diseases and other public health topics can be found on the PHILTM website at:

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