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The hidden story about vaccines, autism, drugs and food… Americas health has been BOUGHT. Your health, your family’s health. Now brought to you by Wall Street… “If you thought they hurt us with the banks, wait till you see what they’re doing to health care.” Vaccines. GMOs. Big Pharma. Three big, BIG, okay… HUGE topics in one film. Why? Why not 3 films, why put all this in one movie? Great question, 2 answers. 1st and most importantly: We need to band together. We need a mainstream film, not another radical movie that only interests the “already converted”. Over 5 million people supported Prop 37 in CA. Reportedly, over 2 million worldwide marched against Monsanto in a global protest. There...ane vaccine expansion, and our love affair with pharmaceuticals- it’s the same villain. It’s a risky story to tell, but would be a tragedy to passively consent to with silence. There is something horribly wrong with health care today. Huge money, billions and billions of dollars flowing into the same pockets. Meanwhile, MD’s aren’t being allowed to actually practice the art of medicine and anyone who questions vaccination safety, pharmaceuticals, factory farms, etc. is ridiculed and belittled. Meanwhile, the billions keep flowing, carried on a river of pain and anguish. Huge corporations funded by individual misery, one broken life at a time. Three huge stories, each worthy of multiple films, but each brought together by one staggering fact: it’s the same villain. These three story lines converge on Wall Street, in a tale of corruption, greed and shocking lack of conscience.

 

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Tics and Toxins: Evidence Points to Environment, Infection in LeRoy Outbreak by Dan Olmsted and Mark Blaxill - Age of Autism

Controversial vaccine to be used - The One Click Group

Kid falls ill, 10,212 DPT vaccines suspended

The Varied Types of Vaccines

West Virginia Rally for Philosophical Vaccine Exemptions - Wednesday February 22 - The Canary Party


13 Confirmed Cases Of Measles In Indiana

Court defers judgment on MMR appeal

Vaccinations urged after spike in 'flu cases

Vaccines Linked To ITP

Nanoparticles Enhance Immune Response, Potential Increase In Adverse Reactions Too?

Kids Without Vaccinations Face 'Exclusion' Wednesday

November 16, 2011: Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee Meeting Announcement   

2 Hamilton County schools to bar kids without Indiana measles vaccinations - 2 Noblesville schools affected; 13 cases confirmed across state

Op-Ed: Bill Gates Favors The Death Panel and Vaccines To Decrease The World’s Population (includes video)

Gone After Gardasil: Christina, Maryland

Chicken Pox Epic-demic (video)

Dr. Andrew Wakefield The Fight For Truth and Justice Starts Now

Khyber authorities to jail parents who deny children polio vaccine

CDC 2011-2012 Influenza Season Week 6 ending February 11, 2012

Vaccine discovered for hep C - A University of Alberta researcher and Canada Excellence Research Chair in Virology has made the discovery of a vaccine that will potentially help combat hepatitis C. Michael Houghton, who led the team that discovered the hepatitis C virus in 1989, announced his findings at the Canada Excellence Research Chairs Summit in Vancouver this afternoon. Currently, there are no vaccines against the disease available.

Vaccines, cost trim help boost GSK Pharma Q4 net

Little Miss Mandates

BiondVax's Universal Flu Vaccine Improves Existing Flu Vaccines in Elderly. In a Second Phase II Trial, the Vaccine Proves Safe and Activates Immunity to Flu - BiondVax's Multimeric-001 Universal Influenza Vaccine successfully meets primary and secondary endpoints, demonstrating excellent safety and immunogenicity in 120 elderly (65+) participants

Swine Flu Vaccine in Your GMO Foods

Combination of therapeutic cancer vaccines and chemotherapy shows promise

ResearchMoz: Vaccine Production Market (Trends, Techniques, Key Players, Spending Estimates and Forecasts)

Vaccine used in early breast cancer shows good immunity response

These Celebrity Nerds Are Doing Great Things For Science

CDC Continue to Vaccinate Patients and Staff Against the Flu (podcast)

Alta. researchers may be on track for hep C vaccine (video)

Survey: Doctors Aren't Always Honest with Patients

Microchip Implant Makes Remote-Controlled Drug Delivery Possible

Sorry Forbes but I’ll side with “big pharma” on this

President's FY2013 Budget is a Mixed Bag for Infectious Diseases

The Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) says it is deeply concerned about cuts proposed in President Obama's Fiscal Year (FY) 2013 proposed budget for the nation's immunization programs, state and local public health preparedness, ...
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MMR jab urged after measles cases at Ysgol Eifionydd, Porthmadog

Parents are being urged to get their children vaccinated with the MMR jab after an increase in measles cases at a school in Gwynedd. Ten children associated with Ysgol Eifionydd secondary school in Porthmadog have been diagnosed so far.
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BBC News

Indiana has 13 cases of measles as vaccinations decline

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Mother Nature Network

Artful creation of pennies for polio

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'Global polio eradication programme not on track'

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Pulse polio drive on Feb 19

The first phase of polio vaccination administering for the year 2011-12 will be held on February 19, Sunday. The District Health Officer has asked the parents with children below five years of age to compulsorily administer the polio vaccination to ...
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Beamer's Update

For more information on rabies vaccinations, please refer to the Rabies Challenge Fund. I want to thank all of you for your prayers and well wishes.

Flu bypasses the region so far

The flu, or influenza, has appeared in the Granite State sporadically and only in a few regions, which means the illness is hyper-localized, according to reports from the national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But flu season lasts from ...
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MSU student died from meningitis precursor, Ingham County medical examiner ...

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MLive.com

What Does Public Health Mean To You?

Many people think of the Public Health Department when they need to get immunizations for their children and family, but Public health is a field geared toward serving others. Public health professionals serve local, national, and international ...
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Shingles blow amid vaccine shortage

NHS plans to immunise older people against shingles have suffered a setback owing to a shortage of vaccine. Government advisers said in 2010 that people aged 70 to 79 should be offered the jab against the painful skin condition.
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This Week in Autism Research: Motor Skills, Early Detection, and ...

... another used brain-imaging technology to map autism's development, and another proved (again) that mercury in vaccines does not cause autism.

Court defers judgment on MMR appeal

In May 2010, the professor lost his licence to practise along with Dr Andrew Wakefield, the doctor who triggered a global scare about the MMR vaccine. The striking-off order was made subject to appeal, and over the last five days lawyers for the ...
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NHRM, Unicef to launch vaccination against measles, polio

GUWAHATI: National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) organised a special sensitisation programme on measles catch-up campaign and pulse polio immunisation in collaboration with Unicef on Friday. The Phase 2 of the measles campaign will start from March 1 and ...
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Celebrate RI's anniversary and talk on Twitter about ending polio

Talk to our partners in polio eradication during a Twitter chat on 24 February at 9:30 am CST. We'll discuss the success in India and the challenges, next steps in the global fight to end polio, and how you can become involved in supporting polio ...
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IPPI Campaign 2012: Let's gift a Polio-Free world for our children

A brief presentation on IPPI status of the District was presented by Dr. R. Chielie, District Immunization Officer, with an aim to update the delegates present on the global scenario on Polio prevalence, background, logistics and why Dimapur is at a ...
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Shingles vaccination programme delayed

Shingles is a debilitating and painful condition caused by the varicella-zoster virus that also causes chickenpox. In some people who have had chickenpox, the virus reactivates later in life causing pain or a tingling sensation followed by painful ...
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Children get skin allergy after chicken pox vaccination,2 held

The medical camp for chicken box vaccination cost a Delhi-based NGO dear when two persons were arrested on Thursday evening after the vaccine caused skin allergies in more than a dozen kids in Basti Jodhewal area. Basti Jodhewal police registered an ...
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Centers for Disease Control says flu season has begun, the slowest start in ...

On Friday, CDC officials said one state — California — has had widespread cases for the last two weeks, and Missouri has seen a spike in reports of flu-like illness. So far the flu vaccine seems well-matched to the strains making people sick.
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The Gardasil Vaccine: Why Men Should Want to be One Less

Ladies: Many of you remember the painful experience that is the Gardasil Vaccine. However, getting these three shots is a really good decision in order to prevent long-term health problems. According to the Gardasil website, the vaccine prevents four ...
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Hepatitis C vaccine a step closer: U of A researchers

There are six major strains of hepatitis C and hundreds of subtypes, according to researchers. There are already vaccines available for hepatitis A and B. Researchers at the University of Alberta claim to have developed a formula that could lead to a ...
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Researchers Move Closer to Finding Hepatitis C Vaccine

A Canadian research team says it is closer to developing a vaccine that could be effective against all major strains of hepatitis C virus. The progress toward a broadly effective HCV vaccine was unexpected, said Michael Houghton, a researcher at the Li ...
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Diarrhoea among children largely caused by virus: RMRC

Though vaccine is available for rota virus, it is not part of the routine immunization schedule of the government. The samples received and tested by RMRC ...

Fairfax County Sees 55 Percent Increase in Whooping Cough Cases

The sounds of pertussis are marked by a “whoop” made when gasping for breath after a severe coughing attack. Anyone who is around babies and infants should be vaccinated, he urged. Nearly half of infants who get pertussis will need to be hospitalized ...
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LiveU | The HPV Vaccine: Not Just for Women Anymore

The HPV Vaccine: Not Just for Women Anymore. February 13, 2012 / See the full lists of posts from Recharge. It seems we're constantly hearing something ...
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Should both Men and Women Get the HPV Vaccine or Not?

The vaccine program would protect males against throat cancer and in females helps protect them from cervical cancer among others caused by HPV. New research data from epidemiologists shows the HPV vaccines to be 'very effective' in reducing and ...
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Struck by a rare disease

It is a rare neurological disorder that attacks the central nervous system and stems from a strain of measles virus. Fewer than 10 cases are reported in the US each year. Sean was diagnosed after a series of tests in the fall of 2011.
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The PERSON in the PARSHA

I came down with a case of some ordinary childhood disease, probably chicken pox, at just the time that Mrs. Levine was teaching the class about the concept of percentages. I must've missed about a week of school, and when I returned to class, ...
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Ten children have been diagnosed with measles at a North Wales school

A vaccination session for children who have not had two doses of the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine will be held at Ysgol Eifionydd on Wednesday. Measles is a highly contagious viral disease, which can cause potentially lethal complications, ...
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Deals of the Week Takes Out The Last One Standing

Only one other vaccine has been approved for rotavirus in the country, a single-valent therapy marketed by Sinopharm subsidiary Lanzhou Institute of ...

Hanna: Immunization Dilemma

That's how I feel about a recent proposal in the legislature no longer to allow parents to refuse to immunize their children because of philosophical objections. The Health Department is concerned that diseases we thought were largely eradicated are ...
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Vermont Public Radio

Wisconsin Awarded For Immunization Compliance

UNDATED (KDAL) - The State of Wisconsin Public Health Department has won an award for the highest childhood immunization coverage in the country. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the state has achieved an 84 percent ...
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Bangalore: Feb 19 - Polio Sunday: Target 74,59152 Kids in State

Bangalore, Feb 17: On February 19, which is being observed all over the country as Polio Sunday, Karnataka has embarked on an ambitious target of administering 74,59152 children in the age group of 0 to 5 years throughout the State.
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Daijiworld.com

Hepatitis C no longer a 'death sentence'

This is why Yu has advocated for early screening, the best way to fight hepatitis C considering that no vaccine exists to prevent its infection, unlike those for hepatitis A and B. “Until 1989, the medical profession didn't have a name for what we now ...
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Cebu Daily News

MOH Introduces New Child Vaccines

Of the two vaccines, pneumococcal will combat pneumonia and meningitis while the rotavirus will fight diarrhoea in children from zero to 11 years of age. Other vaccines already being administered to children in the country are the BCE against ...
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Health officials gear up for pulse polio drive in Alappuzha district

As many as 1,57647 children below the age of five in the district will be targeted as part of the National Pulse Polio Immunisation Programme to be held in the district on February 19 and April 1. A total of 346 children below five years of age from ...
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Measles outbreak hits Merseyside

An outbreak of measles has been declared on Merseyside, with 13 confirmed and 16 suspected cases recorded by officials in recent weeks. The Health Protection Agency (HPA) said six people - including two adults - had been hospitalised with the viral ...
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Sister raises money for Meningitis UK in memory of Mark Cheshire from Sapcote

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Ellendale boy recovering from fight with meningitis

Brayton Peldo, left, and dad, Josh, pile on Braddock, right, at their home in Ellendale, ND Brayton suffered a life-threatening bout with spinal meningitis last fall. Photo by Katie Ryan-Anderson, Northern Plains Electric At just two years old, ...
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Student diagnosed with whooping cough

By Sally Santora | Feb 16, 2012 Livingston County Public Health Director Joan Ellison confirms that there is one student in the Avon Central School District who has been diagnosed with Pertussis or whooping cough as it is commonly called.
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Research and Markets: The Global Vaccine Market to Grow At A CAGR Of 9.8 ...

The Global Vaccine market has also been witnessing increasing government support in the US for the production of flu vaccines. However, the cancellation of orders in Europe could pose a challenge to the growth of this market.
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Brave Harry wants to be RAF pilot when he grows up

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Jail quarantine lifted after mumps scare

San Mateo County Health officials today canceled a quarantine at the county jail after at least three inmates with mumps-like symptoms were found to be suffering from the flu. Court appearances, trials and inmate visits were back to normal today after ...
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Mayor's fashion show will raise funds for Meningitis Research Foundation

The upcoming catwalk show in aid of Meningitis Research Foundation (MRF) is Mayor Gill Brooks' brainchild and promises to be a sell-out event. Cllr Brooks is pulling out all the stops to make it a success and has even rallied the help of her young ...
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Tics and Toxins: Evidence Points to Environment, Infection in ...

(It was our skepticism of conversion disorder that drew us to this story, having addressed it in a chapter titled “The Age of Hysteria” in our book; ...

What happened to bird flu? Deaths continue, new strain outsmarts poultry ...

Viruses are constantly mutating and require new vaccines to protect against infection — the same reason new human seasonal flu shots are developed each year. A new vaccine is in the works, and scientists have stressed that the new strain has not ...
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Has Andrew Lansley become the new Andrew Wakefield dropthebill ...

Has Andrew Lansley become the new Andrew Wakefield? #dropthebill by drphilhammond 170440384378445824.
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Parents urged to have children vaccinated against measles rise

Parents can prevent their child from catching the virus with two doses of the MMR vaccine, which is routinely offered to children and has been proven to be safe. Adam Finn, professor of paediatrics at the University of Bristol and a consultant at the ...
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Canadian County Health Department Holds Meeting About Pertussis

The Canadian County Health Department scheduled an emergency meeting for parents concerned their children may have been exposed to a student who tested positive for pertussis, or whooping cough. Officials say only one student has contracted the disease ...
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Pulse polio drive on February 19

Administering of polio prevention drops for children aged up to five, under the Pulse Polio Immunisation drive, will be carried out on February 19 and April 14 in the district. A press release from the district administration on Thursday said the drive ...
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Health sector to be revitalised with 10-point plan

IMMUNISATION: A total of 98.4% of children under the age of five have been vaccinated against polio. Picture: GALLO IMAGES Health MEC Fezi Ngubentombi and her department kicked off the 2011-2012 financial year on a high note, promising to revitalise ...
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Marathon Mary to honour friends' son

By Emma Palmer » A GRANDMOTHER is limbering up for the London Marathon to raise money in memory of a close friend who died from meningitis. Mary Walpole, 60, will be pounding the pavements on Sunday, April 22, in aid of the Meningitis Trust.
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Leeds meningitis survivor backs health app

By Katie Baldwin Meningitis may have taken her legs – but Kathleen Hawkins knows it could have been much worse. Her parents were twice warned she might die as she lay critically ill. Five years on, the Leeds student has rebuilt her life and lets little ...
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Yorkshire Evening Post

HPV kills: Keep the vaccine mandate

Our representatives in the General Assembly have passed in committee a bill that would remove the HPV vaccine from the mandatory list required for schools. If the vaccine is not mandatory, insurance companies will not pay, and health departments will ...
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Fredericksburg.com

Let the vaccine exemption stand

A current dispute in the Vermont legislature validates his concern: The philosophical exemption to the vaccines required to enter childcare or school would ...

Alberta researchers develop vaccine to fight hep C

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Flu still here; vaccine still available through Larimer County Department of ...

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Elaine Darling: Student vaccines are important

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Oklahoma baby dies from meningitis

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13 cases of measles in Indiana

The number of cases of measles in Indiana has gone up to 13.
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Should doctors refuse to treat unvaccinated kids?

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, federal law mandates that doctors discuss the risks and benefits of routine vaccination at each visit and that parents sign a vaccine refusal form, but there is no mention of dismissing a patient from ...
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SheKnows.com

Doctors "fire" patients who refuse vaccines for their children: Ethical?

He said pediatricians can negotiate their child's vaccine schedule, which sometimes require multiple vaccines at once. Dr. Alanna Levine, a pediatrician and spokeswoman for the American Academy of Pediatrics told CBS This Morning that she negotiates ...
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HPV, The Gardasil Shot, And Why I'm Not Protected Against Cancer

I wanted to get the Gardasil shot. I wanted to protect myself and my partners against cancer. But I didn't have $300 to spend on it.
Blisstree

Government action needed to protect American seniors from pneumonia

The federal government has an opportunity to help immunize American seniors against a deadly form of pneumonia, but physicians need further action from the government before they are able to effectively deploy this new, life-saving vaccine in Virginia.
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Ebad to attend Pakistan Polio Plus Committee ceremony

Aziz Memon, National Chair, Pakistan Polio Plus Committee said that the Sindh Governor Dr.Ishrat ul Ibad Khan will be the Chief Guest at the Illumination ceremony. “We have invited about 50 guests, including Health Minister, Health Secretary, CS, ...
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Nation develops vaccine to minimise risks of bird flu

HA NOI — Viet Nam may begin producing bird flu vaccines for humans next year, according to the National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology's director Nguyen Tran Hien. The institute, which started researching development of the vaccine in 2005, ...
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Ron Paul and the The Dangers of the Anti-Vaccine Movement ...

However, in July 1999, the Public Health Service agencies, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and vaccine manufacturers agreed that thimerosal should be ...
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For Glaxo, vaccine is the big shot

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Alberta researchers develop vaccine to fight hep C

By Angelique Rodrigues, QMI Agency A University of Alberta researcher said his research team has made a "significant discovery" in the search for a vaccine against hepatitis C. (Shutterstock) EDMONTON — A University of Alberta researcher has ...
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Alta. researchers may be on track for hep C vaccine

A team of scientists at the University of Alberta say they may have developed a formula that could become a vaccine for hepatitis C -- a virus that afflicts nearly 200 million people around the world. While any commercially available vaccine is still ...
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CTV.ca

Vaccine discovered for hep C

(Medical Xpress) -- A University of Alberta researcher and Canada Excellence Research Chair in Virology has made the discovery of a vaccine that will potentially help combat hepatitis C. Michael Houghton, who led the team that discovered the hepatitis ...
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Measles outbreak prompts warning across St Helens

Dr Roberto Vivancos, a consultant with the HPA, said: “Measles is circulating in the community. We have alerted GPs and asked them to notify us of any cases they come across. “We are also asking parents and GPs to do all they can to ensure that ...
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Ind. measles outbreak illustrates disease risk

AP INDIANAPOLIS — The outbreak of measles linked to Indianapolis' Super Bowl Village is the second major outbreak in two years despite the state's above-average vaccination rate. The Centers for Disease Control reports more than 92 percent of Indiana ...
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Anti-polio campaign concludes

DI Khan—The four-day anti-polio campaign aimed at administrating polio drops to around 259934 children concluded Thursday with declining trend of refusal cases, across the district. “Besides media, cooperation of the local communities including Ulema ...
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13 WTHR IndianapolisQ & A on measles outbreak

What if I don't remember having the measles or the vaccine? Answer: Prior to the advent of the Measles, Mumps, and Rubella (MMR) vaccine in 1963, measles was endemic in the US Many children got measles during that time and developed antibodies to ...
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Possible mumps outbreak at San Mateo County jail

San Mateo County health officials say inmates who fell ill at the jail have the flu, not the mumps. About 125 inmates were isolated on the third floor of the jail this week, after one inmate came down with symptoms that a doctor thought might be mumps.
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BiondVax reports success in 4th universal flu vaccine trial

The vaccine was found to be safe, with no side significant effects and it activated the body's two immune systems. BiondVax Pharmaceuticals Ltd. (TASE:BNDX) today reported success in the Phase II clinical trial of its Multimeric-001 universal flu ...
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Flu Vaccine Has More Pros than Cons, Claims Australian Medical Association

As per recent statement released by the peak medical body of Australia, it has been revealed that the advantages on offer by availing the new flu vaccine being provided all over the nation strictly surmounts and negates the harms caused by its ...
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TopNews United States

Everything you need to know about flu season

by Madeline Gordon, features staff writer When the flu grips campus, it leaves many in fear, wondering whether they should have gotten the flu shot. Some may have avoided it because of all the myths and misinformation out there, while others may simply ...
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BiondVax's Universal Flu Vaccine Improves Existing Flu Vaccines in Elderly. In ...

By Biondvax Pharmaceuticals Ltd (TASE: BNDX) today announced positive results from its second Phase II clinical trial (BVX-005) of the Universal Influenza Vaccine (Multimeric-001) developed by Biondvax for improving existing flu vaccines in elderly.
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Should I Get a Flu Shot?

For 13 years, I adamantly refused to get the Flu vaccine believing that receiving the injection would end in some deleterious event. For the last two years, I have had a change of heart. The vaccines are relatively harmless and the overall benefits to ...
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PolicyMic

Measles: The Facts

In 1998, medical researcher Andrew Wakefield claimed there was a link between the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine and autism in an article written for The Lancet. Since the article numerous studies have found no link to autism or any other ...
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Is Washington Losing the War on Whooping Cough?

by Michael van Baker on February 16, 2012 Whooping cough, or pertussis, has been making headlines around Washington State, recently, since reported cases in 2011 increased 50 percent over 2010, to 912 from 608. This is troubling, because Washington ...
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Thimerosal News Videos Reviews and Gossip Gizmodo

Vaccines Don't Cause Autism, Please Vaccinate Your Children.
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Anti-polio campaign succeeding in tribal areas

By Ashfaq Yusufzai PESHAWAR – The polio immunisation campaign in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) has seen vastly improved access thanks to local clerics' inclusion in the effort, health authorities claim. "We have been reaching about 60% ...
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Thousands of families refuse anti-polio drops

ISLAMABAD: Thousands of parents have refused to get their children immunised against polio virus during the first polio campaign of 2012, primarily because of the CIA-engineered fake polio campaigns organised in Abbottabad and Mansehra to capture Osama ...
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Pakistan's poor polio progress propels India into action

The sorry state of affairs of Pakistan's polio eradication programme has prompted India to institute measures so that not a single Pakistani child under the age of 5 should enter the Indian border without being immunised against the disease.
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Noblesville measles cases put Indy schools on alert

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Schools are on alert as efforts to keep the measles outbreak in Central Indiana under control go into high gear. But people are worried. Today, 29 students were vaccinated at a clinic at White River Elementary School in ...
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Luskin: On Immunization

Before leaving for Turkey and Russia, they were vaccinated against Hepatitis A and B. For trips to India, Rwanda, The Rift Valley, Siberia, Northern Thailand and Morocco, they were inoculated against Typhoid, Yellow Fever and Japanese Encephalitis.
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Vermont Public Radio

Harvey's employee identified in Hepatitis A case

As a precaution and to prevent the spread of Hepatitis A, people are encouraged to speak to their doctor about the Hepatitis A vaccine. Those who have received the vaccination are protected from contracting the infection.
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Whooping cough case reported at local school

The 17-year-old, who was up-to-date with immunizations, attends the San Diego Jewish Academy. The County reported eight cases of whooping cough, also known as pertussis, to date for 2012. The case total remained at 436 for 2011.
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Cuts to the Prevention Fund Will Have Severely Negative Public Health Consequences

The Prevention and Public Health Fund was established to avoid that fate. Federal investment from the Prevention Fund has helped states initiate programs that are proven to improve the health of its citizens, including immunization programs, ...
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Indiana measles information, links

Get a dose of the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine, which is the most effective way to prevent transmission of the disease, health officials say. Two doses of the vaccine are needed to be fully protected. >> If you are experiencing symptoms, ...
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Emergency meeting called in El Reno over child with whooping cough

EL RENO — A school-age child in El Reno has tested positive for pertussis, also known as whooping cough, and the Canadian County Health Department has scheduled an emergency community meeting for 6 pm Thursday at Hillcrest Elementary School.
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You're Invited: Long Beach California Fundraising Event for Dr. Andrew ...

You are cordially invited to attend the Dr. Andrew J. Wakefield Legal Defense Fund Event In his first public appearance since filing the defamation lawsuit against The British Medical Journal, Dr. Fiona Godlee and Brian Deer, Dr. Wakefield will be the ...
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The New Flu Vaccine

In a recent report, it was revealed but the Australian Medical Association that the new flu vaccine will tend to remove the risk of side effects entirely, and people would be able to have safe options for vaccinating themselves against the disease.
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French Tribune

Flu vaccine risks outweighed- AWA

Flu vaccine risks outweighed- AWA Updated: 17:41, Thursday February 16, 2012 The Australian Medical Association has backed the federal government's decision to award a contract for a flu vaccine with reported side-effects.
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Public interest in pandemic flu vaccine faded over time

When a new strain of influenza began to sicken even healthy younger adults three years ago, public interest in getting the newly developed H1N1 vaccine started strong but declined over time even as more people were getting sick, a new study shows.
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Indiana measles outbreak illustrates disease risk

By CARRIE SCHEDLER AP INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indiana is battling its second measles outbreak in two years, even though its vaccination rate exceeds the national average. Health officials say the cases, traced to a Super Bowl event, illustrate just how ...
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RI ranks in top tier for childhood immunization

The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recognized Rhode Island for ranking well above the national average for vaccinating children and adolescents against a range of diseases. The state Health Department reports that Rhode Island's ...
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Low Levels of Mercury Unlikely to Cause Autism

Some have even said that autism is mercury poisoning and argued that mercury in vaccines played a part in creating an “autism epidemic” and that some ...

Vaccines Don't Cause Autism, Please Vaccinate Your Children

Yet another study has found no association between vaccines and autism. Mercury, the main ingredient in vaccines suspected of causing learning disabilities, ...

Hepatitis a Case Identified in Harvey's Restaurant

The spread of Hepatitis A can be prevented by washing your hands well after using the toilet, after changing diapers and before handling or eating food. People who have received vaccination against Hepatitis A are protected against infection.
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