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Vaccine Myths and Facts – Mini-Sections
Section 10
Facts: None of the Vaccines Authorized
in the United States Contain Any Fetal Cells or Tissue

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For more information click CDC Myths and Facts about COVID-19 Vaccines.
-Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. (2021, August 18). Covid-19 vaccine myths and facts - 5. Retrieved October 6, 2021, from

Peer-Reviewed Journal Article References:
Freedland, K. E., Dew, M. A., Sarwer, D. B., Burg, M. M., Hart, T. A., Ewing, S. W. F., Fang, C. Y., Blozis, S. A., Puterman, E., Marquez, B., & Kaufmann, P. G. (2020). Health psychology in the time of COVID-19 [Editorial]. Health Psychology, 39(12), 1021–1025.

Kostopoulou, O., & Schwartz, A. (2021). To unpack or not? Testing public health messaging about COVID-19. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied. Advance online publication.

Kumble, S., & Diddi, P. (2021). Twitter conversations about COVID-19 during pre-pandemic period: Stigma and information format cues. Stigma and Health, 6(3), 251–262.

Rose, J. P., & Edmonds, K. A. (2021). Social comparisons for following health recommendations and their relation to worry and intentions during COVID-19. European Journal of Health Psychology. Advance online publication.

Salvador Casara, B. G., Suitner, C., & Bettinsoli, M. L. (2019). Viral suspicions: Vaccine hesitancy in the Web 2.0. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 25(3), 354–371.

How were fetal cells used in the development, testing, or production of COVID-19 vaccines? To select and enter your answer go to Test.

Vaccine Myths and Facts – Mini-Sections
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