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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.

 

Daily News 2012-03-30


The Autism Crisis April, 2012 – Safeminds by The Refusers

Number of vaccinated kids drops steadily in California
by The Refusers

Studies confirm H1N1 vaccine-narcolepsy link in Finnish kids by The Refusers

Researchers Close in On Vaccine to Protect Babies

Babies Sleep Better If They Are Drugged And Vaccinated In The Afternoon

How To Legally Say 'NO' To All Vaccines

Tell Politicians, President, HHS About NYC Press Conference for World Autism Day - Age of Autism

Watch Fox & Friends Sunday On Lack of Government Response to Skyrocketing Autism Rates - Age of Autism

Best of Age of Autism: Why Tom Insel Must Go!
- Age of Autism

Meet The Thinking Moms at the Autism One Generation Rescue Conference - Age of Autism

Vaccine Rights ebook Exemptions and Waivers by Alan Phillips, J.D.

Evaluation of the Seroprevalence of Influenza A(H1N1) 2009 on a University Campus (free registration)

Moving towards a universal flu vaccine

Vaccines And Autism: The Secret That You Are Not Supposed To Know

Investigational Therapeutic Vaccine May Boost Immune Function In People With HIV (CROI 2012)

‘Legal’ Kidnapping By The State To Cover Up Vaccine Injuries

Saint Raphael’s enters flu season with record rate of employee vaccination

Mother Who Questions Vax at Hospital Has Newborn Taken Away

New Study: Hepatitis B Vaccine Damages The Liver

UPDATE: Parents say Hershey Medical Center took their baby and kicked them out

CDC Report Finds 1 In 49 Children In NJ Identified With Autism

M.D.'s Testify Against Parental Authority

Catastrophic Autism Rate Now 1 in 88, 1 in 54 Boys; Advocacy Groups ask What Will it Take for the Feds to Act? 

The antivaccine movement resurrects the zombie that is the "autism epidemic"

2011-2012 Influenza Season Week 12 ending March 24, 2012

Swedish research leads to 'autism blood test'

Printing vaccines for the masses with nano-fabrication

Autism sample in Arapahoe County higher than nation's

Greeks who cannot pay for children’s vaccinations (video)

The National Conversation on Public Health and Chemical Exposures

Women’s Health: Do You Need the HPV Vaccination if You Are in Your ...

COLUMN: Taking a shot at the vaccination myths

H5N1 surveillance: Shift expertise to where it matters

Adult vaccinations would save Michigan about $500M, report says

States Battle Over Immunity For Drugmakers
by Ed Silverman - Pharmalot

‘Utterly Horrific:’ Provenge, Threats & A Researcher by Ed Silverman - Pharmalot

Insight: New doubts about prostate-cancer vaccine Provenge

Get Compensation for the Vaccine Injuries/Sickness

Q&A: Do Adults Really Need Vaccines?

Are there any vaccines adults should make sure they have when traveling? Definitely the flu shot and the Tdap. If you're going to South America, make sure you have the Hepatitis A and B shots. This is a situation in which the person should talk to ...
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Philadelphia Magazine (blog)

Concerns of Hepatitis A from one McDonald's restaurant in Northport

The Tuscaloosa County Health Department is passing out free hepatitis "A" vaccines to children and adults who might have eaten at the McDonald?s in Northport on McFarland Boulevard. (more) The Tuscaloosa County Health Department is passing out free ...
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Allegra's legacy to save lives

But in May 2010 she died at six months from what her parents called "a catastrophic blow of nature" in the form of pneumococcal meningitis, her little body ravaged by a strain of the bacteria not covered by the vaccine available at the time.
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The West Australian

Be Well My Friends: More Gardasil Injuries and Deaths

Please, please take careful consideration before taking these vaccines, for ones like Gardasil, has been proven fatal over and over and over again.
bewellmyfriends.blogspot.com/.../more-gardasil-injuries-and-d...

Tag Archive for "gardasil" | Cosmetic & General Dermatology ...

gardasil | Full Service Medical Dermatology And Aesthetic Skin Care Specialists.
naturadermatology.com/tag/gardasil

Can you say no to gardasil and still go to school? - Yahoo! Answers

While I can empathize with not necessarily wanting to get poked, I don't think you would want to risk the diseases the vaccination is meant to help you avoid ...
answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid...

Gardasil | The Post

Gardasil. OSU conducts HPV study at OU, offers free vaccine for students. Post date: 03/29/2012 - 7:48pm. A necessary vaccination for female college students ...
thepost.ohiou.edu/category/tags/gardasil

CDC: Autism Affects 1 in 88 Children

The CDC attributes the increase to better diagnostics The autism rate in the United States skyrocketed to 1 in 88 children in 2008, a 78 percent increase over 2002, according to a new report by the Centers for Disease Control.
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Double HIV infection may provide key to vaccine

By Robin Wulffson MD on March 30, 2012 - 12:24pm for eMaxHealth Ever since HIV came to public attention several decades ago, scientists have been searching for an effective vaccine. New research might pave the way for an effective vaccine.
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eMaxHealth

Fitchburg student did not have measles

By Karen Nugent TELEGRAM & GAZETTE STAFF FITCHBURG — A state public health department spokesman today Friday confirmed that tests for measles on a South Street Elementary School student are negative. The school district kept students and staff out of ...
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The RAMPAGE: Saving a Life, or Losing One?

Vaccines such as Prenvar 13, that supposedly help prevent pneumonia, and Gardasil, that factors in preventing cervical cancer in females can have unwanted side effects. People in the United States understand that these are highly recommended ...
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my.hsj.org

Study says Gardasil reduces HPV recurrence

March 29, 2012 (WLS) -- A new study finds Gardasil, the vaccine prescribed to prevent cervical cancer, could have some additional benefits for women who are already infected with HPV. The research shows Gardasil reduced the reoccurrence of HPV-related ...
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ABC7Chicago.com

5-year-old Bend girl recovering from meningitis

(AP) — A 5-year-old Bend girl stricken with life-threatening meningitis nearly two weeks ago has improved from critical to serious condition at Doernbecher Children's Hospital in Portland. Deschutes County health officials say tests have determined ...
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SC's week of legislative action

On March 21, a circuit court judge dismissed a lawsuit accusing Haley of ... CERVICAL CANCER VACCINE: Seventh-grade students in South Carolina could get a ...

HPV Vaccine: Controversy and Solution | HealthMap

We all remember Michele Bachmann's insidious comments from last September, in which she insinuated that the HPV vaccine had potential ties to mental ...
www.healthmap.org/.../hpv-vaccine-controversy-and-solution

West Bengal polio case false alarm, says health ministry

An 18-month-old girl admitted to a hospital in West Bengal with polio-like symptoms is not affected by polio, the health ministry said Friday, terming the widely reported case as a false alarm. "The 18-month-old girl child has been tested negative for ...
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Newsreports claiming polio case in Bengal wrong: Health Ministry

Place: New Delhi | Agency: PTI An 18-month old girl from West Bengal, who media reports had claimed was suffering from polio, has tested negative for the virus, the Union Health Ministry said today. "Both the stool samples of the child were found ...
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An Ounce of Prevention

Though there are a few notable instances of preventative interventions permanently improving health among the poor – for example, the global eradication of smallpox – it has long been easier to finance treatment than to finance prevention.
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Forbes

Research and Markets: Smallpox - Pipeline Review, H1 2012

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/99fa3bf7/smallpox_pipelin) has announced the addition of Global Markets Direct's new report "Smallpox - Pipeline Review, H1 2012" to their offering. Global Markets Direct's, 'Smallpox ...
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PVC13 preventing community-acquired pneumonia

Serotypes 19A and 14 are the most common types of pneumococcal strains found in Italian children aged 5 years and younger, and results of a new study indicate that the 13-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine appears to be the most effective means of ...
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Measles case confirmed in Warrington

THERE has been one confirmed case of measles in Warrington as latest figures have found the outbreak in Merseyside is the largest in the north west since 1988. To date there have been 113 laboratory confirmed cases, 43 probable cases under review and ...
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Can HPV vaccine help those already diagnosed with cervical cancer?

New study finds HPV vaccine may benefit those already diagnosed with genital warts or HPV-related cervical cancer. The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is most often promoted as a way to prevent cervical cancer and genital warts, but a new study ...
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Mother Nature Network (blog)

Responses to the new CDC Report on Autism

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that 'to understand more, the scientific community must accelerate the research to understand what is putting children at risk for this disorder." The AAP also wants to reinforce the recommendation "that ...
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Key information on Chickenpox

Chickenpox is a very common illness among children, especially those under age 12. It's something mums are always looking out for. We have created a guide to keep mums in the know. The guide helps to understand better what chickenpox is, ...
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hellomagazine.com

Bauchi Assembly to Promote Polio Eradication Via Legislation - Speaker

Miya, however, urged the committee to intensify its polio immunisation efforts in order to eradicate the disease. Speaking, the Emir of Dass, Alhaji Othman Bilyaminu, who is the committee's Chairman, said that the efforts of the committee were hindered ...
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IU Researcher Recieves Millions

David Nelson's research aims to find a chlamydia vaccine by understanding how the bacterial pathogen avoids the body's natural defenses. BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - An Indiana University biologist has been awarded over $2.3 million from the National Institutes ...
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Inside INdiana Business (press release)

MMR and Autism The Andrew Wakefield StoryPart 2 Healthvideosin ...

MMR and Autism The Andrew Wakefield Story -Part 2 Wakefields study that first brought about the idea that the MMR vaccine may be linked to Autism.
healthvideos.in/8454329-MMR_and_Autism_The_Andrew_...

The Age of Autism Book

(See "Mercury Rising" HERE.) Insel told me he thought that the mercury ... in these words or just about, that of course, it still could be the vaccines.

New HPV vaccine to treat infection

HE developed a vaccine used worldwide to prevent cervical cancer. Now the Australian scientist behind that pivotal technology is developing a second vaccine to tackle the human papillomavirus (HPV) which, if successful, could further reduce rates of ...
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HPV vaccine may help women already infected

UNDATED (CNN) -- A newly released study finds Gardasil, the vaccine prescribed to prevent cervical cancer, could have some additional benefits for women already infected with HPV. It shows Gardasil reduced the reoccurrence of HPV-related diseases by ...
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Today's THV

WCape DoH vaccinating children against pneumococcus germ

According to the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, the "pneumococcus" germ remains a leading cause of serious illness among children and adults worldwide, including bacteremia (invasion of the blood stream), meningitis (infection of the linings of ...
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China's Sinovac Reports Unaudited Financial Results

Sinovac has been developing a number of new pipeline vaccines including vaccines for enterovirus 71 (against hand, foot & mouth disease), pneumococcal conjugate, pneumococcal polysaccharides, mumps and rubella, etc. Sinovac sells its vaccines mainly in ...
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REGION: North County student diagnosed with whooping cough, county says

A 7-year-old North County child ---- whose immunizations were up to date ---- was diagnosed recently with pertussis, also known as whooping cough, County Health and Human Services Agency officials said Thursday. The child attends the Cambridge School, ...
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Measles outbreak in Yemen

More than 150 children in Yemen under the age of five years have died from the measles since the middle of 2011, the United Nations said Thursday. "A total of 3800 new measles cases were reported between January 2011 and early March 2012," according to ...
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Bauchi Assembly To Promote

Alhaji Mohammed Miya, the Speaker of Bauchi State House of Assembly, has pledged the House' commitment toward the eradication of polio in the state. He gave the assurance in Bauchi on Thursday when he received a delegation of the Bauchi State Committee ...
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Catastrophic Autism Rate Now 1 in 88, 1 in 54 Boys; Advocacy ...

The Focus Autism Foundation joins a coalition of autism groups in a press ... said Mark Blaxill, Editor-at-Large of Age of Autism web-based newspaper.

Whooping cough reported at area school

Those in the class where whooping cough – Pertussis – has been confirmed were given a second letter advising parents to contact their child's doctor for preventative treatment and to keep their child home from school. “Your child will be required by ...
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HPV vaccine 'can help those who already suffer from cervical disease'

People who are vaccinated against the human papillomavirus (HPV) and later develop cervical disease are still at an advantage compared with those who do not receive the inoculation, women's health research has shown. As many as 17000 females across the ...
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HPV Shot can Protect From Reinfection

HPV is among the most common sexually transmitted diseases and can lay groundwork for developing cervical cancer. But even women who have had HPV disease can benefit from the vaccine. Though the HPV vaccination cannot prevent the development of ...
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House of Cards by Kim Stagliano on Sale for99 AGE OF AUTISM

Yes, you can "make it mine for $.99." CLICK HOUSE OF CARDS HERE to download your copy. Lord knows we need to laugh. (Eye roll.) House of Cards is a romantic ...
www.ageofautism.com/.../house-of-cards-by-kim-stagliano-on...

Prickly issue

Many lawmakers believe, as elected officials, they have an obligation to the greater good by protecting the public health from diseases. They point to advancements in medicine and technology that make immunizations safe and easy to track.
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Inovio gets patent for SynCon universal flu vaccine

“This issued patent covers an important component of our universal influenza vaccine, which is in clinical development. Inovio's universal flu vaccine is designed to protect against many, if not all, strains within multiple selected subtypes — most ...
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Pesky influenza is making a late-season surge, with no end in sight

In this undated photo, Chris Kurtzbein, a nurse with Affiliated Community Medical Centers in Willmar, right, administers a flu shot to Ashley Frank of Olivia. After a relatively quiet flu season, area health providers, accustomed to seeing influenza ...
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Get shot of potential killer

Thankfully the number of flu cases was less than in recent years. Perhaps it was because people involved in the recovery had their flu shot early or perhaps people were getting together less than usual. It's likely it was a bit of both.
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Flu shot benefits mothers and babies

The 2012 seasonal influenza vaccine includes protection against three types of flu, including the Pandemic H1N1 Influenza 09 (swine flu), which is expected to be still in circulation in New Zealand this season. "People need to be immunised as soon as ...
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Voxy

Flu clinic benefits from grant

BANDON — The free drive-through flu shot clinic will again be offered in Bandon this fall, thanks to a grant from the Three Rivers Foundation, which will pay for part of the vaccine. Southern Coos Health Foundation submitted the grant request and was ...
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Sale of swine flu vaccine shoots up

JAIPUR: The sale of swine flu vaccine in Jaipur has picked up slightly after the H1N1 virus returned to haunt the people. Since March 1, more than 21 persons in the city have tested positive for swine flu and two have died. Rising cases of the flu have ...
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Autism's Prevalence Grows: 'This Is a Big Problem'

Thimerosal, which some people had been concerned about being linked, was phased out of vaccines around 2000-2001. So virtually all of the kids with autism ...

HPV vaccine bill could provoke controversy in SC

By Eric K. Ward | The Nerve COLUMBIA – An SC House bill to have the state provide optional vaccinations to middle school girls against a sexually transmitted disease known as the HPV virus could prove to be controversial. A similar proposal in Texas to ...
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NPHCDA Moves to Promote Benefits of Immunisation

By Victoria Ojeme, 29 March 2012 Abuja — National Primary Health Care Development Agency, NPHCDA, has concluded plans to introduce a policy on private public partnership centre that would create awareness on the benefit of immunisation among ...
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Surrogate Endpoints Used in Development of Gardasil Vaccine CBCD ...

CBCD scientists voice criticism of science behind FDA approval of Gardasil during radio interview.
www.prweb.com/releases/2012/3/prweb9328074.htm

Lab Reports Confirm WB case is not Polio

The 18-month old girl from West Bengal, reported as a polio case in a section of media earlier this month, has tested negative for polio. Both the stool samples of the child were found negative for polio in the Institute of Serology Kolkata.
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Vaccination deadline nears for students in Pa.

They mandate several extra shots for children, including ones against mumps, chicken pox and meningitis. Students who were not up-to-date on their inoculations in September were given an eight-month grace period. That expires in a few weeks.
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INSIGHT - New doubts about prostate-cancer vaccine Provenge

By Sharon Begley | NEW YORK (Reuters) - Prostate cancer vaccine Provenge has ... That incited protests, lawsuits and death threats against physicians on the ...

Gardasil reduced the re-occurrence of HPV-related diseases by 46%.

Melendez's demeanor during the traffic stop led the trooper to request a police dog to inspect the vehicle. The dog alerted and a search uncovered 13 kilogram-sized bricks of cocaine in the trunk of the car. WBFF Fox 45 : : Gardasil Reduces Re ...
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WBFF/WNUV Baltimore

2012 Nevada County Health Status Report Released

March 29, 2012 - The Nevada County Public Health Department has released the 2012 Community Health Status Report. According to the report's introduction: "The health of an individual and the community is determined by a wide set of factors ranging from ...
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Suspected Chicken Pox Case at Croton's PVC School

School district officials have sent out an alert regarding chicken pox at PVC Middle School in Croton-on-Hudson. By Christopher Michael McHugh A warning about a suspected case of chicken pox has been emailed out to parents whose children attend the ...
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New Report Finds Failure to Immunize Michigan Adults Has $495 Million Annual ...

By Press Release The Michigan Primary Care Consortium (mpcc) today released a startling new report examining the effect on the state's economy of failure to fully immunize Michigan adults against preventable infectious diseases like pneumonia and ...
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Polio needs attention

It is too late for the federal and provincial authorities to do anything about the existing cases of polio. But the increasing number of cases occurring in Balochistan, Fata region and Sindh should ring alarm bells. There is a dire need to allocate ...
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Mass. elementary school faces measles scare

Public health officials in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, recently announced that they are taking precautions after discovering a potential measles case at a nearby elementary school. The South Street Elementary School student is considered a low suspect ...
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New HPV vaccine to treat infection

Now the Australian scientist behind that pivotal technology is developing a second vaccine to tackle the human papillomavirus (HPV) which, if successful, could further reduce rates of the aggressive cancer. Professor Ian Frazer, who was named ...
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Vaccines can prevent cancers caused by infections: doctors

“This can be prevented by taking the Hepatitis B vaccine every five years,”. In 2010, 14000 people died of liver cancer. Stomach cancer is associated with unhygienic conditions. “Many Indians have the H pylori bacteria in their bodies.
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Deschutes County Girl with Meningitis Not Connected to Prineville

Health officials says the recent case of meningitis in Deschutes County, is not connected to the Prineville cases. A five year old girl contracted meningitis recently and was hospitalized in Portland. The Oregon Public Health Lab says the girl's strain ...
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Baby with meningitis goes home healthy

AFTER 10 days of medical treatment, a four-month-old baby with meningitis who was rushed 210 kilometers under police escort to Shanghai last Tuesday has fully recovered and left the hospital yesterday. Doctors with Children's Hospital of Fudan ...
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PQ Private School Student Has Whooping Cough

A student at a Rancho Peñasquitos private school was diagnosed with pertussis, also known as whooping cough, County Health and Human Services Agency officials said [Thursday]. A 7-year-old who was up-to-date on immunizations and attends The Cambridge ...
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Study: 1-in-64 Arizona kids has autism disorder

“One of the challenges is that we're trying to lower the age at which it's diagnosed. It's still not as low as we'd like.” The average age of autism ...

You are here: Tech Health Is Nigeria's 2013 target for polio eradication feasible?

Nigeria's status as one of the three countries where the transmission of wild polio virus (WPV) persists has raised concerns among public health experts, stakeholders in the nation's health sector and the international donor communities.
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BusinessDay

POWERFUL VACCINE THAT COULD END THE AGONY OF ALZHEIMER'S FOR MILLIONS

They target Alzheimer's-causing protein of a type known as tau and raise the possibility of an immunisation jab given at an early stage of the disease. Normally, tau protein is a hard-working participant in memory and normal brain functioning.
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Hepatitis E Infected More Than 20 Million Worldwide Annually

... of hepatitis E," lead author David Rein, PhD, from the National Opinion Research Center (NORC) at the University of Chicago, Illinois, said in a news release, noting that although an HEV vaccine exists, it has not yet been widely implemented.
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Attorney William Marler to McDonald's: Employees Should Have Hepatitis A Vaccine

In the wake of a possible hepatitis A exposure in Alabama, food safety expert and attorney William Marler is calling on McDonald's to give employees hepatitis A vaccines. In the wake of a report linking a potential mass exposure of hepatitis A to a ...
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Kids missing polio dose for 2 months

MUMBAI: Many children, below the age of five, had been missing their regular dose of polio immunization over the past two months, owing to an acute nation-wide shortage of polio vaccine. The BMC conducted the Pulse Polio Drive on March 18, ...
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Rotary works to stamp out polio around the world

By Jini Clare The centuries-old scourge of polio is on the brink of ending, thanks to a lifesaving vaccine and the efforts of thousands of people throughout the world. Last month, Nicki Scott, former president of the Rotary Club of Naperville Sunrise ...
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Chicken pox shot recommended before pregnancy

By Sharon Kirkey, Postmedia News March 15, 2012 The nation's pregnancy specialists are advising women to get vaccinated against chicken pox before they conceive if they haven't been exposed to the virus. The nation's pregnancy specialists are advising ...
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WBFF FOX45 - Top Stories - Gardasil Reduces Re-Occurance of ...

WBFF FOX45 Baltimore - Top Stories - Gardasil Reduces Re-Occurance of HPV- Related Diseases - New research finds Gardasil, the vaccine prescribed to ...
www.foxbaltimore.com/newsroom/.../wbff_vid_12876.shtml?...

Cervical disease sufferers could benefit from HPV vaccine

Editorial: Effect of quadrivalent HPV vaccination on HPV related disease in women treated for cervical or vulvar/vaginal disease. Women who are diagnosed with pre-cancerous cervical conditions after receiving the HPV vaccine can still benefit from a ...
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Water and Sanitation for the World: Not a Pipe Dream

It would go down as one of humanity's great achievements, as inspiring as the elimination of smallpox. It would be a significant advance in the fight against global poverty and would help the international community make further progress towards the ...
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New immunization deadlines could cause problems for parents

These guidelines follow recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Students who were not up-to-date were given an eight-month grace period last fall, a deadline which is quickly approaching depending on the start date of your ...
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Whooping Cough Levels Off On North Olympic Peninsula

This year's pertussis outbreak has hit "epidemic levels" in Jefferson, Snohomish, Skagit and Whatcom, Cowlitz and Kittitas counties. Whooping cough, also known as Pertussis, is a very contagious bacterial disease that leads to severe coughing and tends ...
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Quality issues cast shadow on Indian vaccine makers

Shan5 is a paediatric combination vaccine that includes protection against diphtheria, tetanus, whole cell pertussis, hepatitis B and haemophilus influenzae type B (Hib). Both companies said they are in discussions with WHO to address the issues.
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HPV Vaccine May Prevent Recurrence of Precancerous Conditions ...

Joe Raedle/Getty Images(VIENNA, Austria) -- The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine has been touted as a way to prevent cervical cancer and genital warts, but a new study suggests the vaccine may also prevent women diagnosed with ...
Health News - ABC News Radio

HPV vaccine uptake for February 2012 | Immunisation

Provisional data for the uptake of the first, second and third doses of HPV vaccine by PCT in England for the month ending 29 February 2012 have been published. Read the HPV vaccine uptake provisional data for February 2012.
Immunisation

HPV declines, vaccine likely responsible

A promising trend shows that human papillomavirus (HPV) infection rates may be declining, according to new research presented at a recent Society of Gynecologic Oncology meeting. During the period following the introduction of the HPV vaccine in 2006, ...
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In Pakistan, the 'United Against Polio' football tournament fights the scourge ...

VIDEO: UNICEF correspondent Anja Baron reports on the first-ever 'United Against Polio' football tournament in Karachi, Pakistan, which is raising awareness about the importance of polio vaccination. Watch in RealPlayer The players are exhausted, ...
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UNICEF (press release)

Final Afghan report quietly released

While efforts in education and agriculture were successful, in others fields — such as polio eradication — Canada failed outright, according to the report. Unlike the 13 previous quarterly reports, this one includes a reflective foreword penned by ...
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Sky News: New HPV vaccine to treat infection « ViroBlogy

Now the Australian scientist behind that pivotal technology is developing a second vaccine to tackle the human papillomavirus (HPV) which, if successful, could ...
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