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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 2012-10-05


Consumer group seeks Apprehended Violence Orders against members of the Australian Skeptics - Past president of the Australian Skeptics, Peter Bowditch, is to appear in court in early November to answer an application for an Apprehended Violence Order (AVO) lodged against him by the head of a consumer watchdog group.

vaccination news articles sandy State cuts 'philosophical objections' from vaccine exemptions

Hospital Employees Threatened With Jobs If They Don’t Get Flu Shot – CBS Denver by The Refusers

Opinion: N.J.'s lost faith in vaccines has serious consequences

GMO Ticking Time Bomb – Gary Null YouTube by The Refusers (video)

US states make opting out of vaccinations harder - Legislative efforts aim to tackle rising incidence of disease.

Sanofi to visit San Francisco Walgreens on the next stop of its VacciNation Tour

Manual for the Surveillance of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases


Hospital Employees Threatened With Jobs If They Don’t Get Flu Shot

CDC Vaccines & Immunizations Meetings & Conferences: 2012 Calendar of Events

Treat vaccine refusers like smokers: study

Risks of 'vaccine fatigue' in Europe – studies show economic benefits of immunisation programmes

Delaware authorities urge flu vaccinations

Prevention vs. Fear: New infant vaccine program offered, but concerns caused by MMR make parents skeptical

Finding vaccine truth: Crowds hear two takes on dismissed study

British Medical Journal Deposition Raises Questions For Brian Deer in Wakefield Lawsuit by Dan Olmsted - Age of Autism

wakefieldjusticefund - Dr. Wakefield filed a lawsuit in Travis County, TX, District Court, January 3rd against the British Medical Journal (BMJ), the editor, Fiona Godlee, and writer, Brian Deer for defamation, in part, over a series of articles and editorials in the BMJ in January 2011 that accused Wakefield of committing scientific fraud.

Finding vaccine truth: Crowds hear two takes on dismissed study

Mexico orders HPV vaccinations for all 5th-grade girls, saying it will end threat of cervical cancer

Waco hospitals mandate flu shots for employees

CDC probes whooping cough epidemic

Communicating with parents about vaccination: a framework for health professionals (pdf)

Vaccine-Autism debate reaches La Crosse

Using the lie that shaken baby syndrome is a misdiagnosis for vaccine injury to try to exonerate another accused child abuser

China close to entering WHO-approved global vaccine market

Leading World Bank Demographer: Vaccination Campaigns Part Of Population Reduction Policy

Japan’s Takeda Buys Montana Vaccine Maker

Will a flu shot keep you healthy?

Using the lie that shaken baby syndrome is a misdiagnosis for vaccine injury to try to exonerate another accused child abuser

Town announces flu vaccine clinics

Meningitis Vaccine Now Recommended for Certain HIV+ Gay Men in NYC

Child With PANDAS Custody Taken from Parents via Boston Children’s Hospital

Multistate Meningitis Outbreak Investigation

Doctor's Data v Barrett Case  - The Discovery Dam Has Been Burst... -  Part Five:  Sorry - I can't volunteer to help look at Barrett's Tax Returns in Chicago...

New England Compounding Center (NECC) Potentially Contaminated Medication: Fungal Meningitis Outbreak

Missing Data Said to Threaten Trial Integrity

Pharma, Pollution & Patchwork Laws: Vic Explains by Ed Silverman - Pharmalot

Protect your family this winter with vaccinations

Health Ministry Measles campaign to begin in November

NAIROBI (Xinhua) -- Kenya will conduct a 5.2-million-U. S.-dollar nationwide measles campaign in November, a government official said on Tuesday. Ministry of Public Health Director of Public Health Dr Shahnaaz Sharif told journalists in Nairobi that Nov.
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Measles catch-up immunisation campaign in Vadodara

VADODARA: The Vadodara Municipal Corporation (VMC) will kick off the Measles Catch-up Immunisation Campaign (MCIC) in the city from Tuesday. The immunisation will be a part of the third phase of the campaign launched by the health department of the ...
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Andrew Wakefield tops the “Retraction Epidemic”

My guess is the use of “epidemic” here will rankle one or more of Mr. Wakefield's supporters. One point that I discussed previously was that Mr. Wakefield's ...

US states make opting out of vaccinations harder

More than ten years after a study in The Lancet falsely linked autism to the measles, mumps and rubella triple vaccine, evidence of reduced immunization rates and rising incidence of disease are spurring politicians to try to make up lost ground ...
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Nature.com

Adult flu clinic set for October

In years past, the Wrangell Public Health Center has made immunizations available to the community; however the State of Alaska has recently changed its policy and, for the second year running, will no longer be offering flu immunizations to adults at ...
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Pfizer: Prevnar 13 Effective in Young Adults

The 13-valent pneumococcal polysaccharide conjugate vaccine (Prevnar 13) elicits as strong an immune response in adults 18 to 49 as it does in those ages 60 to 64, according to phase III results reported by Pfizer, the vaccine's maker. For each of the ...
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MedPage Today

Meningitis Outbreak May Have Reached 23 States

Five people have died and 35 have fallen ill in six states as a result of fungal meningitis that's been transmitted in a steroid shot with a solution commonly used to treat back pain, Reuters reports. The first victims were reported in Tennessee, where ...
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New York Magazine

Meningitis outbreak spreads in TN, nationwide

So far, 35 people who got the possibly contaminated injections from those vials have come down with the rare fungal meningitis, with a total of five deaths in Tennessee, Virginia and Maryland. Dreyzehner said the "attack rate" -- the actual percentage ...
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WBIR-TV

Meningitis: Berlin practice halts pain shots

BERLIN — A pain management practice in Berlin has stopped administering a shot for back pain after patients in Maryland and across the nation have contracted meningitis from the injection. The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, along ...
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Hoosiers got meningitis-linked pain med

INDIANAPOLIS – More than 500 patients treated at a southwest Indiana clinic received injections of a recalled back-pain medication that's tied to a widening U.S. outbreak of a rare form of fungal meningitis that's killed five people, officials said ...
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Meningitis outbreak sheds light on compounding drugs and lack of regulation

The growing meningitis outbreak, which has be linked to spiral injections for back pain, has shed light on improper regulation of a certain kind of drug production – one that has had a distressing history, New York Times reported. Instead of being ...
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HPV vaccine may increase risk for skin infection, fainting

A study published in the journal Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine revealed administration of Gardasil led to a higher incidence of fainting and infection immediately after administration compared to accounts documented months later ...
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HPV4 Vaccine Is Safe For Girls And Young Women

The HPV4 vaccine, Gardasil, is safe for adolescent girls and young women in routine clinical care, researchers from the Kaiser Permanente Vaccine Study Center in Oakland, California, reported in Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. The ...
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GPs warned about measles in gypsy and traveller communities

Oral fluid testing kits for measles serology and PCR are available from the local HPU on request.' GPs are told to inform secondary care staff if they are referring patients with measles to hospital. This is to allow patients to avoid being placed in ...
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Prevention vs. Fear: New infant vaccine program offered, but concerns caused ...

“My son took the MMR vaccine rather badly, the reaction to the vaccine was severe -- high fever, weakness -- I thought I had killed my child,” says Ira Poghosyan form Yerevan, whose son is now a year old. “The MMR campaign had a controversial response ...
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ArmeniaNow.com

Risks of 'vaccine fatigue' in Europe – studies show economic benefits of ...

Polio and smallpox were both successfully defeated in Europe thanks to comprehensive vaccination programmes. Smallpox is now considered extinct, and in 2012 – for the 10th time in a row – the WHO European Region certified Europe as polio-free.
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Up to 1000 Minn. patients may be linked to meningitis outbreak

ST. PAUL, Minn. — The Minnesota Department of Health estimates that as many as 1,000 patients may have received contaminated steroids that have been implicated in a national meningitis outbreak. Two Twin Cities-based health care groups used steroids ...
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Meningitis Outbreak May Include SC

Washington, DC (CBS) The Centers for Disease and Control and Prevention (CDC) and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced yesterday they are advising medical professionals not to use any products manufactured by the New England ...
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WLTX.com

Roanoke clinic used drug tied to meningitis outbreak

One person is dead in Salem and dozens of people were being evaluated at local hospitals Thursday for a rare form of meningitis as a Roanoke outpatient center said it had provided patients with a steroid injection linked to a widening U.S. outbreak.
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Meningitis Outbreak Linked to Spinal Steroid Injections

Loading... Published on Oct 4, 2012 by ABCNews. Over 30 cases of fungal meningitis have been linked to a steroid treatment for back pain. For more on this story, click here: http://abcnews.go.com/Health/Wellness/rare-fungal-meningitis-outbreak-grows-d.
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Five die in fungal meningitis outbreak

Health officials are working to track down everyone who may have been treated with an injection for lower bacl pain that is linked to an outbreak of rare fungal meningitis. So far, 35 people have been diagnosed with the infection in six states and five ...
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HPV vaccine safe study says latimescom

A study by Merck of its HPV vaccine finds no serious side effects.
www.latimes.com/.../la-heb-hpv-vaccine-gets-a-mostly-clean-b...

Whooping cough vaccine 'sensible approach' in pregnancy

Professor David Salisbury, Director of Immunisation for the Department for Health, said that whooping cough is "very serious and can be fatal" for young children and babies, especially those less than two months old. Professor Salisbury described the ...
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Recommendations for Prevention and Control of Influenza in ...

From the American Academy of Pediatrics ... recommendations for routine use of trivalent seasonal influenza vaccine and antiviral medications for the prevention ...
pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/130/4/780.abstract

It couldn't be... chicken pox?

Surely... it couldn't be... chicken pox? For some reason I had in my head that someone with chicken pox was feverish, out of sorts and not eating. Not so him. He'd eaten so much recently I thought he had tapeworm. He'd been running around like a loon ...
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Bizzers rally for UN polio-fighting campaign

In light of that, bizzers and health activists met at West Hollywood's Soho House on Thursday to discuss the U.N. Foundation Shot@Life initiative's aims to eradicate polio once and for all. "This is a really exciting moment for all of mankind to ...
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Variety

Polio awareness: Resource centre inaugurated by Rotary club

KARACHI: The Rotary Club's Pakistan Polio Plus Committee has inaugurated a polio resource centre in the Bright Education Society in SITE area. The centre was established to strengthen routine immunisation in newborn children and infants, which is vital ...
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The Express Tribune

Pfizer Study: Prevenar 13 Shows Positive Results Among Adults Ages 18 to 49

"Prevenar 13 is the first and only pneumococcal conjugate vaccine for adults, and we continue to study the vaccine in new populations with the aim of broadening its availability," said William Gruber, senior vice president, vaccine clinical research ...
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Doc: 'Never Seen' Meningitis Outbreak Like This

Published on Oct 4, 2012 by AssociatedPress. A rare meningitis outbreak has infected 35 people in six states, health officials warn. All received steroid injections, a fairly typical treatment. One New York anesthesiologist says "It's the first time I ...
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City clinic working with state on meningitis

HARRISBURG - The state Department of Health said Thursday that it is working closely with two pain clinics, including one in Altoona, to identify and contact patients who received a medication linked to cases of an unusual type of fungal meningitis in ...
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Rare US meningitis outbreak grows, 5 dead

(AP) — Another fatality from a growing outbreak of a rare form of meningitis was reported Thursday, raising the death toll to five people, officials said. In all, 35 people in six states have been sickened from a steroid that was distributed to 23 ...
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Meningitis outbreak could widen

New York - The potential scope of the meningitis outbreak that has killed at least five people widened dramatically Thursday as health officials warned that hundreds, perhaps thousands, of patients who got steroid back injections in 23 states could be ...
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Meningitis outbreak spreads in TN, nationwide

Dr. Madeleine Biondolillo, director of the Massachusetts Bureau of Healthcare Safety, answers a reporter's question regarding a meningitis outbreak linked to medicine from a Massachusetts specialty pharmacy, during a news conference in Boston on ...
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Maryland clinics respond to meningitis outbreak

As attention from a multistate outbreak of meningitis centered on a Massachusetts specialty pharmacy on Thursday, Maryland clinics reached out to hundreds of patients who may have received injections of the steroid linked to the cases. The outbreak has ...
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Deadly meningitis outbreak puts spotlight on custom-mixed drugs from ...

The FDA has said the steroid in the current meningitis outbreak came from the New England Compounding Center, based in Framingham, Mass. The company recalled three lots of the drug last week and has said it has voluntarily suspended operations and ...
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Kenya moves to stamp on measles outbreaks

A highly infectious viral disease, measles can spread rapidly, especially in communities where many have not been vaccinated. Having caught the disease, between 1 and 5% of children will then go on to die from the complications which can result.
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Arm yourself against the flu

Most local entities received their vaccine in early September, and there is plenty of vaccine available to treat everyone. This year's vaccine covers the same strains — including to H1N1 — as last year. According to the Centers for Disease Control ...
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Local hospitals mandate flu shots for employees

The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recently released results from a study that sought to gather information about the 2011-12 flu vaccination habits of people working in health care settings. Here is a quick look at the findings ...
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Finding vaccine truth: Crowds hear two takes on dismissed study

Instead, the report's author, Dr. Andrew Wakefield, received payoffs from lawyers who were suing vaccine companies and tweaked the results of the 1998 ...

Follow-Up Lacking for Babies After Hepatitis B Vaccination: CDC

27 (HealthDay News) -- Many U.S. babies born to mothers infected with hepatitis B do not receive recommended follow-up testing after vaccination, a new study finds. About 25,000 infants are born to hepatitis B-infected mothers each year in the United ...
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Complete hepatitis vaccination a must for maids, nannies in UAE

According to a report of the news site Emirates 24/7 on Thursday, the workers covered in the vaccination program issued in 2010 face trouble if they cannot present a certificate to prove that they have completed all three doses of Hepatitis B vaccination.
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Might Smallpox Virus Help Fight a Lethal Breast Cancer?

MONDAY, Oct. 1 (HealthDay News) -- New animal research suggests it may be possible to use a form of smallpox virus to infect and kill the tumor cells of a particularly virulent form of breast cancer. To date, this novel approach to attacking what's ...
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Polio support crucial as disease nearly beat

Polio is now 99 per cent eradicated globally, but without immediate action, the number of children paralyzed each year is expected rise to 200,000 in a decade. Canada contributes $35 million annually towards global polio eradication, but our spending ...
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With 2 new cases, KP polio count reaches 40

On Thursday, The National Institute of Health confirmed the presence of polio virus in 36 month old Maria, daughter of Tajbudin from Upper Dir. She was a resident of village Palai Baba from union council Barawal Bandai and had received three doses of ...
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Andrew Wakefield Press Conference Today - Capwiz

Researcher and patient advocate Andrew Wakefield, MB, BS, FRCS, FRCPath, will hold a press conference with Midwest autism families at a public park in ...
capwiz.com/a-champ/issues/alert/?alertid=61911581...

One of 35 cases of fungal meningitis reported nationally may be in Evansville

EVANSVILLE — At least one of the 35 cases of fungal meningitis reported nationwide and suspected to to have been caused by injections of a contaminated steroid medication appears to be local. And officials at St. Mary's Medical Center are bracing for ...
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Meningitis puts spotlight on compound medicines

Authorities said all of those infected with fungal meningitis received spinal injections of a steroid solution sold by New England Compounding Center, a specialty pharmacy in Framingham, Mass. It and similar facilities combine, mix and/or alter active ...
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Rare form of meningitis infecting people being treated for pain

That new territory has people around the country wondering if they are infected with a form of fungal meningitis that has killed five people so far. "Fungal meningitis is quite serious,” Schaffner continued. “It's often challenging to treat. We have ...
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Govt to launch pneumococcal vaccines at EPIs

With the addition of this new vaccine, EPI will be providing coverage against 9 deadly disease through the routine Immunization program which currently covers Polio, Measles, BCG, Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertusis, Hib, Hepatitis B & now pneumococcal ...
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News Tribe (blog)

NA body meeting: Polio vaccine worth billions of rupees at risk of being destroyed

Polio vaccine worth billions of rupees may be destroyed due to a shortage of funds being faced by the Federal Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) Cell. Power to 27 warehouses under the control of the cell might be suspended if bills are not paid ...
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The Express Tribune

Government to introduce pneumococcal vaccines at EPI

The government is introducing pneumococcal vaccine in the Expanded Programme on Immunisation (EPI) with the help of Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation (GAVI). With the addition of this new vaccine, EPI will be providing coverage against ...
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Thimerosal is the Major Etiological Agent in the Recent Increase ...

Thimerosal is the Major Etiological Agent in the Recent Increase in Autism and Attention Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder (amniotic fluid lens down estrogen ...
www.mombu.com/.../t-thimerosal-is-the-major-etiological-age...

Whooping cough outbreak slowing, state says

The Minnesota Department of Health says the pertussis outbreak appears to be slowing. Pertussis, also known as whooping cough, causes a persistent, severe cough that sometimes lasts for months. In the past two weeks another 190 cases were confirmed, ...
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The State's worst measles outbreak in 14 years

New South Wales Health has set up a special immunisation clinic in Sydney's south west to help combat the State's worst measles epidemic in 14 years. The outbreak was initially confined to western and south-western Sydney, but has now spread to the ...
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Australia Under Worst Measles Outbreak; Vaccination only Way out

People of Australia's New South Wales (NSW) region have been warned against state's worst measles epidemic. According to the NSW Ministry of Health, in the last 14 years this is for the first time that such a bad outbreak of measles has been noticed in ...
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TopNews United States

NSW measles epidemic spreads

A total of 145 cases have been reported state-wide this year, including 54 cases diagnosed in the last month, NSW Health says. The state's single largest measles outbreak in more than a decade has spread to the Illawarra region of Sydney after ...
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US Adults Believe Immunizations Are Important, But Don't Follow Through

Yet, more than 40 percent don't know which immunizations they may need or even when they last received certain vaccines routinely recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). In examining consumer behavior, motivators and ...
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ThirdAge

Tehama County Health Services: Fewer people eligible for public health vaccines

Tehama County Health Services Agency, Public Health Division, has been notified by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) of a recent policy change for use of federally purchased vaccine. This new guidance states that as of Oct. 1 this ...
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HPV Vaccine Gardasil Proven Safe for Use

According to the Centers for Disease Control, HPV is the cause of nearly all cases of cervical cancer and half of all sexually active American will have some form of HPV in their lifetime. Though there are over 100 different types of strains, but only ...
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Afro American

Poll: Are Kids' Vaccinations Safe?

The Centers for Disease Control notes 1 in about 14,000 children will have seizures after receiving the DTaP vaccine. The CDC also says a few will suffer brain damage, even comas, but the incidence is so low it's hard to be certain vaccines are behind it.
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St. Louis' Esse Health's Pediatric Offices Hold Flu Clinics

LOUIS – Esse Health's five pediatric offices are currently offering flu clinics for patients to receive the seasonal flu vaccine. Esse Health's board-certified pediatricians follow the Centers for Disease Control's recommendation that everyone six ...
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Merck's Gardasil earns high safety marks - FierceVaccines

Merck's ($MRK) Gardasil, the human papillomavirus vaccine to prevent cervical cancer, garnered high safety marks in the second large-scale study of side ...
www.fiercevaccines.com/story/mercks-gardasil.../2012-10-02

Andrew Wakefield tries to make himself relevant again

I'm not so motivated by the opportunity to sit down to a glass of wine with unethical people, but let's move on. In an article on the Age of Autism blog, ...

Rising numbers: Another polio case reported in KP

Officials said that after the confirmation of this case, the total number of polio cases in K-P has risen to 17. Three cases have been reported in Peshawar, two each in Mardan, Charsadda and Lakki Marwat, while one case each has been reported in ...
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The Express Tribune

Christian Science Monitor: Fraud in scientific research: It ...

I'm sure you've guessed it: Andrew Wakefield. Ironically, on the day when Mr. Wakefield is giving a faux press conference in a public park, the Monitor uses ...

Prevnar Pneumonia Vaccine May Also Protect Ages 18 To 49, Trial Suggests

Oct 4 (Reuters) - Pfizer Inc said a late-stage trial of its vaccine to protect against pneumococcal bacteria suggested it would also work in adults aged 18-49, thereby possibly expanding its sales. The vaccine, Prevnar 13, which already has $3.5 ...
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WHY? Speak To London

After all, WHY? have produced some fantastic work over the years, with new album 'Mumps, etc' standing up to its illustrious forbears. As usual, the lyrics grab the main attention but the production, the overall songwriting contains more than enough ...
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Clash Magazine

Something to cough at

“What we know is that very young kids are the most vulnerable to severe pertussis disease (whooping cough), and it can be really deadly for the infants that have no protection,” Nancy Braden, spokeswoman for Jefferson County Public Health, said. It is ...
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