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Daily News 2012-02-13


Facebook links and vaccination newsFDA Rejects Novartis Menveo Vaccine For Infants by The Refusers

MMR Vaccine Related to ITP (Blood Clotting Disorder) – Brian D. Udell MD by The Refusers

Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME, aka Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) after Vaccination
by The Refusers

The tricks that drug companies do – Dr. David Healy by The Refusers

Improving Childhood Vaccination Rates – New England Journal of Medicine by The Refusers

Professor John Walker Smith Brings Appeal Against General Medical Council - Age of Autism

I Promise You by Cathy Jameson - Age of Autism

"Hacker's Disease" or "A Little Bit Autistic" as Legal Defense?
- Age of Autism

UPDATE – ACTION ALERT – Colorado Flu Mandate for Healthcare Workers Board of Health Meeting

Doctor struck off over MMR controversy appeals against ruling - Prof John Walker-Smith tells high court he was denied a fair hearing before he was struck off by the General Medical Council

Nursing home group doesn't support mandatory flu vaccines for workers

New inquest ordered into Co Down teenager's death

Almost 800 adverse reactions to swine flu vaccine identified

Re: Effectiveness of vaccine against pandemic influenza A/H1N1 among people with underlying chronic diseases: cohort study, Denmark, 2009-10 by Allan S. Cunningham, Retired Pediatrician - The One Click Group

Mandatory Vaccinations: Points to Consider/ New Research by Meryl Nass, MD
- The One Click Group

Baby's near death renews call for vaccinations, Essar growth spurs pollution concerns, seed scarcity (video)

CBS Pulls Attkisson From CPAC Award Event

‘Vaccine quality vexing global procurers'

Pneumovax® immunization may be beneficial in young infants

Door-to-Door Health Tyranny (video) - "The vaccination Nazis travel door-to-door where they seek out "truant children" and also target children who are engaged in independent study. Kids who don't get their government shots are said to be "falling through the cracks." It is said that kids won't be allowed back to school without their Big Pharma-Big Government tattoos. Of course, there is always an opt-out for folks who would prefer to skip the vaccination festivities, no matter where they live, but the media story neglects to mention this fact."

Vaccines that attack - Boston-area firms working to develop vaccines against herpes, diabetes, other diseases

Some Kalamazoo-area parents still avoiding or delaying shots for their kids, against advice of doctors, health officials

February 28-29, 2012: Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee Meeting: Webcasts

“RHONJ”‘s Jacqueline Laurita: My Son Hasn’t Had All His Vaccinations!

Apes May Need Vaccinations to Escape Extinction

Queens Parents Sue City Over Mandatory Vaccinations

Title: Tuberculosis vaccines comprising antigens expressed during the latent infection phase (patent)

The heroes of India’s quest in polio fight

Title: Immunogenic compositions for the prevention and treatment of meningococcal disease
(patent)

I want a last-minute beach vacation. Do I really need vaccinations?

Gonzalez Restaurant employee (Dallas County Texas) ill with hepatitis A; customers need to be vaccinated

Proposed Florida legislation would allow pharmacists to administer vaccinations

Anti-polio drive starts in frontier regions - With the help of local elders and ulema, the administration started a three-day anti-polio vaccination drive in the Frontier Region of Peshawar on Saturday.

Bioterrorism Funding Withers As Death Germs Thrive In Labs, Nature

Bone Density & Shaken Baby Syndrome, Part 2 by Catherine J. Frompovich

Put your screaming baby down and walk away: The 10-minute video that could cut shaken-baby head injuries by half  - A baby's head is floppy. If shaken, tiny blood vessels can tear and bleed inside the baby's brain

Drug data firm 'sold raw info' to big pharma - A German company which studies drug prescription habits for the pharma industry is accused of selling raw data to drug companies, in what magazine Der Spiegel said on Monday could be a huge data protection scandal.

Personal liberties take center stage

Breastfeeding – missing the bigger picture, by Hilary Butler

17 teen girls hit in twitching epidemic -- but doctors say it’s all in their heads

Kills More People Than Heart Disease or Cancer (But Hardly Anyone Knows) by Dr. Mercola

Health department monitors cases of hand, foot and mouth disease

10, the ADPH has interviewed patients and collected and submitted specimens to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for individuals with febrile illnesses and rash. Based on the results of testing done by the CDC, the Coxsackie A6 virus has ...
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Bentley Lipscomb: Vital weapons in the fight against pneumonia

Currently, pharmacists in 45 states are permitted to administer the pneumonia vaccine, but, in Florida, the only vaccine pharmacists can offer is the influenza vaccine. In the five years since qualified Florida pharmacists have been authorized to ...
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If CDC Acts, Younger Seniors Will Get Pneumonia Vaccine

9, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ --The 42 million people in the US who are between 50 and 65 may soon have a new vaccine to prevent pneumococcal pneumonia ...

'Government should prioritise getting children immunised'

But more than a third of the world's unimmunised children are in India,” says Dr Seth Berkley, chief executive officer of The GAVI Alliance, formerly the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation, a public-private partnership of major stakeholders ...
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Bristol-Myers completes Inhibitex tender offer

TRENTON, NJ (AP) — Bristol-Myers Squibb Co. said Monday that it's completed its tender offer for the stock of Inhibitex Inc., a drug developer that Bristol is buying for $2.5 billion as part of its strategy to become a player in the hot hepatitis C ...
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Rare illnesses in Appleton have officials on alert

APPLETON - Sixty-nine lab-confirmed cases of pertussis (whooping cough) and one confirmed case of tuberculosis have officials at Appleton's health department working overtime. Health department director Kurt Eggebrecht says his staff has had to pull ...
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State health agency confirms 6 more measles cases

The Indiana State Department of Health Monday confirmed an additional six measles cases, bringing the total in the outbreak first announced last week to ten. All of the cases, which occurred in Boone and Hamilton Counties, are connected to the initial ...
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Call to make Rotavirus vaccine must

“It is important to note that although this vaccine is not mandatory as part of the national immunisation schedule, it is readily available and many ...

STC a National Leader in Public Health Information Technology ...

STC is widely recognized as a leading public health informatics company in ... in immunizations surveillance outbreak management public health assessment ...
www.prweb.com/releases/annual.../prweb9188799.htm

Doctors and pharmacists debate a growing trend: vaccinations by ...

Since my story about the explosion in popularity of vaccinations given to ... Are we going to be able to handle adverse reactions to injections in a store ...

Sickened Minnesota man urges washing of Hawaii produce to avoid rat lungworm ...

AP HILO, Hawaii — A 22-year-old Minnesota man is recovering from a rare form of meningitis he believes he contracted by eating unwashed fruit in Hawaii. In October, Eric Reinert was working on an organic farm on the Big Island when he ate fruit ...
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Deputies face trial in Wichita in jail death

An autopsy found that Bruner died of acute meningitis. The jury will decide whether the deputies showed "deliberate indifference" to Bruner's serious medical needs or whether he didn't show symptoms of serious medical problems.
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Quality is key in having healthy vaccine market

GAVI Alliance, formerly known as the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation, is a public-private partnership that focuses on saving children's lives and protecting human health by increasing access to immunization in developing nations.
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Doctor struck off over MMR controversy appeals against ruling

In May 2010, Walker-Smith lost his licence to practise along with Dr Andrew Wakefield, the doctor who triggered a global scare about the MMR vaccine.

Seth Berkley | Quality is key in having healthy vaccine market

Kumar/Mint Our focus now is on pneumococcal and rotavirus vaccines because ... (Pneumococcal vaccines are aimed at protecting children against diseases such ...

Number of measles cases jumps to 10

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Indiana's measles outbreak is spreading. The Indiana Department of Health tells 24-Hour News 8 that there are now 10 confirmed cases of measles in the state. But so far, only one person with the disease is confirmed to have ...
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MMR jab doctor contests GMC ruling

In May 2010, Prof Walker-Smith lost his license to practice along with Dr Andrew Wakefield, the doctor who triggered a global scare about the MMR vaccine. A GMC fitness to practise panel found both guilty of misconduct over the way the research was ...
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Protecting Kids from HPV-related Cancers

More than 40 million doses of HPV vaccine have been safely given across the country. How old should children be to get HPV vaccine? If your son or daughter is 11 or 12 years old, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), the American Academy of Family ...
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Empowered News

Dr. Jason Eberhart-Phillips: What parents should know about HPV ...

None have triggered more controversy than Gardasil and Cervarix, ... Rick Perry. Perry, who dropped out of the presidential race in January, faced repeated ...

INDIA: Polio success

It's the latest evidence that interventions from a range of charities and international agencies are making remarkable progress in the battle against polio. A polio free year in India is a major result for a country that was once synonymous with polio.
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Lions vs. Measles

Lions International is focused strongly on providing vaccination against measles in many countries where thousands of children can die each month as a result of this disease. This is an example of an enormous task but great strides have been made in ...
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Funeral for student who died after infection

School officials say it appears she had contracted a disease which can lead to meningitis. Tests are still being done to confirm that. On Friday friends gathered at her parents' home in Wyoming for a vigil. Visitation services for Carly are being held ...
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Wyoming lawmaker introduces revised meningitis bill

Bill Landen is again sponsoring a bill to require college students to be immunized against meningitis. But this year's version has a new twist: It wouldn't cost the state money. The 2012 bill makes students responsible for obtaining the vaccine within ...
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Be vigilant against congenital rubella infection

Hong Kong (HKSAR) - A spokesman for the Centre for Health Protection (CHP) of the Department of Health (DH) today (February 13) said that immunisation with rubella vaccine is the most effective way of preventing rubella infection.
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News from Project Immunize Virginia

Having trouble viewing this email? Click here. Get our new. Preteen and Teen. Vaccines Toolkit as Media CD! The toolkit can be shown in schools and PTA ...
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Affordable Healthcare for All Is the Goal - Dr Olaokun Soyinka

Immunisation is a challenge due to the mobile nature of people. Governor Fashola and Governor Amosun had a joint immunisation exercise at Ado-Odo Ota, in Abule Iroko town right on the border, to flag-off of the immunisation day as a way to emphasise ...
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AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS EMPHASIZES IMPORTANCE OF ...

AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS EMPHASIZES IMPORTANCE OF VACCINATION AFTER ... vaccinepreventable diseases said Robert W Block MD FAAP president of the ...
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Wyoming Senate defeats meningitis vaccine bill

The Wyoming Senate rejected a bill Wednesday that would have required ... lower than its rates for the mandatory vaccine that protects against diphtheria, ...

Phase 3 Data on HEPLISAV(TM) in Adults Aged 18-55 Published in VACCINE

The article concludes that a short, two-dose regimen of HEPLISAV over 1 month was well-tolerated and induced superior immunogenicity and earlier onset of protection than a three-dose regimen of a licensed hepatitis B vaccine over 6 months.
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Serogroup B meningococcal vaccine well tolerated when administered ...

Responses to pertactin and pneumococcal serotype 6B were slightly reduced in the groups that received concomitant 4CMenB, but this was “unlikely to be of ...

Novartis Hit By US Delay To Meningitis Vaccine Menveo

"We submitted the supplemental application for Menveo to the FDA [Food and Drug Administration] in April 2011, and the FDA has completed the current review cycle, and requests answers to additional questions prior to proceeding with it," the Swiss drug ...
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The Death Of Public Discourse And The Heavy Snow Of Plausibility ...

The Death Of Public Discourse And The Heavy Snow Of Plausibility | Age Of Autism. Evgeny Morozov. February 9, 2012 |. On January 23, Evgeny Morozov ...
newamerica.net/node/63487

AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS EMPHASIZES IMPORTANCE OF ...

... it is to maintain high immunization rates against vaccine-preventable diseases, ... MD, FAAP, president of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).
www.thecypresstimes.com/article/...OF.../56145

Professor John Walker Smith Brings Appeal Against General Medical ...

(NOT one of the Lancet 12) During the course of my grandson's treatment, 1998-2002, Professor Walker-Smith retired, and Dr Andrew Wakefield was effectively ...

Nursing home group doesn't support mandatory flu vaccines for workers

If accepting the flu vaccine were required as a condition of employment, Crist added, “It may deter those from entering our profession at a time when we ...

Second inquest in schoolboy death

Christopher Coulter, from Hillsborough, was 15-years-old when he died, 10 days after receiving the combined measles and rubella (MR) vaccine. The original inquest in 1995 found Christopher died from asphyxiation due to a severe epileptic fit.
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Poxsicle Parties

Ashland parents who are concerned about vaccine safety are turning to pox parties to deliberately expose their children to the virus in hopes they will acquire immunity naturally. Pox parties are advertised through word of mouth, invitation-only ...
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FDA asks for more data on Novartis' meningitis vaccine

At the moment, Sanofi's rival vaccine Menactra has the youngest approved immunisation age in the US at nine months, and routine use at this age was endorsed by a US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) advisory committee in October 2011.
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Flu Season Hits Missouri

Influenza season has picked up steam in the last three weeks in Missouri, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. It's definitely getting worse, says infectious disease specialist Dr. Chris Harrison, director of the Pediatrics ...
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Finding a Joint Front Against Polio

By Ashfaq Yusufzai PESHAWAR, Feb 13, 2012 (IPS) - The world's two worst polio-affected countries, Pakistan and Afghanistan, have exhausted themselves in failed attempts to wipe out the crippling ailment. Of the eight new polio cases record in 2012, ...
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Farm jobs yielded greatest rewards

After my first night of work, I came down with the mumps and was let go for excessive absence. Then I took a job as a pin-setter in a bowling alley. That was pressure, especially when pins were standing after the first throw, and you had to pick up the ...
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Industry optimistic about biotech growth in AP

From the day it played host to the first biotech company to produce a locally-developed recombinant DNA-derived healthcare product in 1997 -- Hepatitis B vaccine -- Andhra Pradesh, known as the pharmaceutical hub of the country, has come a long way to ...
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The Hindu

US delays decision on Novartis's meningitis drug

FDA poses additional questions before further review * Drug already approved for use in two to 55-year-olds ZURICH Feb 13 (Reuters) - US authorities have asked Novartis for more information on its meningitis vaccine Menveo, holding up the company's ...
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DHA mulls introduction of rota virus vaccine

The Dubai Health Authority (DHA) recently held a workshop to discuss the burden of Rota virus gastroenteritis and the introduction of a new vaccine into the national immunization schedule. The workshop was organised by the Public Health and Safety ...
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Proper use of clinics 'can ease burden on hospitals'

The syllabus would also become a priority as the state wanted thousands of properly trained nurses in various fields such as dental, immunisation and injuries, he said. These nurses would be a main driver of the department's healthcare strategy.
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FDA requests additional data on Novartis quadrivalent meningococcal conjugate ...

Following vaccination with another US-licensed meningococcal quadrivalent polysaccharide conjugate vaccine, an evaluation of postmarketing adverse events suggested a potential for an increased risk of Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS).
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Get GARDASIL

By receiving the GARDASIL vaccination, he can prevent himself and his partners from getting HPV. While many may not agree with Rick Perry's politics, ...

Hepatitis A alert in Boise

The employee had Hepatitis A, but didn't realize it. Dave Fotsch, Central District Health Department says, "we're still within that window and unfortunately we're past the point where we can do any intervention, hep vaccine.
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KMVT

Vaccines that attack

In addition to those that attack herpes, therapeutic vaccines are currently under development for hepatitis C, chlamydia, HIV, diabetes, other autoimmune disorders, and even - at Selecta Biosciences in Watertown - a vaccine against nicotine.
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Boston Globe

SEX WEEK: Statistics show students skipping STI vaccinations

... Katy Janousek — only 31 percent of sexually active students surveyed had gotten a Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine. Only 20 percent had been tested for HIV. According to statistics released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, ...
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Red and Black

Ramsammy lashes out at critics of HPV Vaccine : Kaieteur News

Minister of Agriculture, Dr. Leslie Ramsammy has lashed out at critics of the Human Papilloma Virus Vaccine (HPV) and debunked claims of it being unsafe for young women. The former health minister raised the issue while addressing health ...
Kaieteur News

Crippling disease: Fresh polio case detected in Jhang

By Our Correspondent Due to negligence of anti-polio drive, a 3-year-old girl, Sajida has been diagnosed with polio in Mauza Kholtra, in Jhang district. DESIGN: AMNA IQBAL Due to negligence of anti-polio drive, a 3-year-old girl, Sajida has been ...
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The Express Tribune

Fourth annual Jessica Elkins Memorial Pageant is Saturday

It's been four years since Athens High School student Jessica Elkins, the daughter of Talbot and Michelle Elkins, lost her battle with bacterial meningitis. However, the legacy of love she left behind continues to remind others in the community about ...
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Does Meningococcal Vaccine Work?

... July 2010 a multi-component serogroup B meningococcal vaccine (4CMenB) in 2 different schedules to assess the ability to produce an immune response and reactogenicity (producing adverse reactions) of 4CMenB to provide a larger range of protection.
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What's the potential for a bird flu pandemic? A Q&A

Both the National Institute of Health and the Centers for Disease Control agreed a significant part of that should be research on virulence and transmissibility. That means deliberately engineering more virulent, more transmissible strains of the avian ...
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The Star-Ledger - NJ.com (blog)

ADPH monitors cases of hand, foot and mouth disease

As of February 10, the ADPH interviewed patients, collected and submitted specimens to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for individuals with febrile illnesses and rash. Results show, Coxsackie A6, a specific type of virus that has not ...
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State urges vaccinations for adults

According to a report published by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention earlier this month, adult vaccination rates have either remained frozen at relatively low levels or seen only modest increases in a two-year period.
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Mimiko, Uduaghan, Yakowa harp on polio eradication

Ondo State governor, Dr Olusegun Mimiko, has solicited the support and cooperation of all stakeholders in the health sector, including religious and community leaders, to completely eradicate polio in the country. Mimiko, who stated this on Saturday, ...
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Flu shots down

During the North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit's public flu shot community clinics offered this season, 879 people in West Parry Sound rolled up their sleeves for the vaccine - a drop since 2010, when 916 people were vaccinated.
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Almost 800 adverse reactions to swine flu vaccine identified

THE SWINE flu vaccine has topped the list of drugs responsible for the largest number of suspected adverse reactions, new figures show. A total of 779 suspected adverse reactions were linked to the vaccine between 2010 and 2011.
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AAP Measles Vaccination Reminder

... been exposed to the person with measles at the Super Bowl Village in Indianapolis last week, the American Academy of Pediatrics is reminding people "of how important it is to maintain high immunization rates against vaccine-preventable diseases.
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One Government Agency Says No to Mandatory Flu Shots

While the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has advocated for mandatory flu shots for all Americans, a much easier goal has been to force the issue upon workers in the healthcare industry. However, it's interesting that the Occupational Health and ...
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Mimiko seeks support for polio eradication

By DAYO JOHNSON AKURE – GOVERNOR Olusegun Mimiko has solicited the support and cooperation of religious and community leaders in the complete eradication of polio in the country. Dr. Mimiko spoke in Akure during the flag-off of third round ...
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Annie Larson - In charge of public health

Yamhill County Public Health works to ensure everyone in our community has access to safe food and water, children and adults can receive immunizations, support for new babies and mothers is available, and systems to support health and optimal quality ...
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Trial set in Sedgwick County jail death

The lawsuit filed in US District Court in Wichita says Bruner died of streptococcal meningitis. The family contends Bruner wrongly suffered without medical help before he died a "completely preventable" death in 2008. The jury will decide if two ...
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Purdue University warning some students against measles exposure

Purdue University is warning nearly 1000 students that they need to vaccinate against the measles or face the possibility of staying home from class. By Kent Erdahl The Indiana State Department of Health reported that a Hamilton County resident with a ...
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Lagos, Ogun partner on polio eradication

This is coming on the heels of the flag- off of the first Lagos/Ogun joint border polio eradication campaign, weekend in Lagos. The move became necessary following efforts of the two states to ensure that they remain polio- free.
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Marshfield Clinic study clears vaccine

A prevalent rotavirus vaccine for infants does not increase the risk of a rare bowel complication, a national study involving the Marshfield Clinic has found. Rotavirus causes inflammation of the stomach and intestines and severe diarrhea, according to ...
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Documents emerge proving Dr Andrew Wakefield innocent - General Autism Discussion - Wrong Planet

Dr. Surendra Kumar, the Chairman of the GMC Fitness to Practice Panel who ruled against Dr Andrew Wakefield, would not answer questions about his ...
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