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Sandys site vaccinationnewsFDA is busted for investigating its own whistle-blowers and Congress like ‘the Gestapo’ – NY Times by The Refusers

How The Refusers secretly infiltrated ORAC’s Respectful Insolence science blog by The Refusers

Autism and Other Inconvenient Science Truths by Teresa Conrick - Age of Autism

Matt Carey Replaces Kevin Leitch by Jake Crosby
- Age of Autism

FDA Maintained An ‘Enemies List’ To Quell Critics by Ed Silverman - Pharmalot

15 Science Journal Links Proving Asthma, Allergy, & Autism Links to Vaccines - The claims that parents of vaccine-injured children just want to have something to blame are hogwash. Here’s the truth, along with 15 scientific journal studies, with links.

Parents who dodge vaccinating their kids are pocketing thousands of dollars (poll) - PARENTS who refuse to vaccinate their children are pocketing thousands of dollars in federal government immunisation incentives.

Guidelines say daycare centres must remove unvaccinated children - (poll) CHILDCARE centres are facing pressure to suspend unvaccinated children, sending them home during disease outbreaks.

Why Are Our Children So Sick? by Janet Levatin, MD, Holistic Pediatrician

HPV Vaccine Adverse Events Reported to VAERS as of June 13, 2012

Are We Being Set Up for Another Fabricated Pandemic Like the Swine Flu? by Dr. Mercola

In a coma for 24 years to medical error compensation record 1.8 million - The doctor was not administered cortisone to the child, who is in a vegetative state since 1988. The region now will pay all damages and legal costs

Expert reaction to vaccines recombining to form viruses - A study in Science found different vaccines used to control an infectious disease in chickens have been able to recombine to generate new virus strains. The resulting new viruses have been responsible for significant outbreaks of disease and death in farmed chickens.

Polio vaccinations in the dark ages

AIDS Vaccine Possible Before End Of This Decade, HIV Scientist Says

Hope for an Anti-Nicotine Vaccine

Hope for brain cancer treatment lies within vaccine being tested at Ridgewood hospital

Livestock vaccines mix to form dangerous strains,

Sen. Kerry: We'll Pass the CRPD by July 26

Santorum Joins Fight Against UN Treaty - Call Now!

9 Questions That Stump Every Pro-Vaccine Advocate and Their Claims

Why NOT to Give Your Doctor an Anti-Vaccine Liability Form

Take Flu Vaccines as Soon as Possible, Advices Report

Gary Null and Nancy Ashley – BAD TO THE BONE: Fraud IS the Business Plan by Gary Null, PhD and Nancy Ashley, VMD

Drug repurposing programmes get lift off - What will schemes designed to get industry's discarded drug candidates into the hands of academic researchers deliver?

Consider vaccination rooms in refits: Guild

My Personal Gardasil Journey

Op-Ed: Merck Caught Again in Vaccine Fraud (video)

Vaccine Denialism Isn’t Funny, So Why Does HuffPost Give Rob Schneider A Forum? - A look at female pioneers, innovators and future leaders in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics by Seth Mnookin

Uptake of MMR jabs increases, but still belowtarget

NIH awards $31 million for HIV/AIDS vaccine immunology and immunogen discovery

Vaccinations to help pigeons fight virus

Chicken vaccines combine to create deadly virus

Mandatory Vaccination Battle Heats Up in California

Success reported with drive-through flu vaccine clinics

Sanofi Pasteur Begins Shipping Fluzone® Influenza Virus Vaccine in U.S. for 2012-2013 Season - Early shipments of flu vaccine allow health care providers to begin immunization and clinic plans with confidence in vaccine supply -

One and Done: Single-Dose/Single-Use Vials Are Meant for One Patient

2011-2012 Influenza Season Week 27 ending July 7, 2012

FDA Approves First Medication to Reduce HIV Risk

How a Ban on Polio Vaccination in Parts of Pakistan Puts the Entire World at Risk - The Pakistani Taliban has banned vaccination campaigns in the country's north, delaying the goal of global eradication of polio and putting the world's children at risk

Seventh graders need new vaccination for school this year

MD oversees trials for universal flu shot

State distributes more vaccine for whooping cough epidemic

Whooping cough a worry for Lee County, rest of Florida

N. Korea launches first multi-purpose vaccination project

Waziristan warlords block polio vaccinations for 227,000 children

Hospital flu risk to patients

The Ecology of Disease

Eat peanuts, don’t eat peanuts… by Heather Fraser

The ‘V’ bomb ~ acute toxicity in the creation of food allergy
by Heather Fraser

Cost of human-animal disease greatest for world's poor - But the United States and western Europe are hotspots for emerging diseases.

Viruses Worldwide Battled by Gut Microbes by Dr. Mercola

Will fines mean change in illegal marketing ?

Genome Project for Food Pathogens Launched

GSK clinches deal to buy Human Genome for $3 billion - GlaxoSmithKline Plc is to acquire its long-time partner Human Genome Sciences Inc for a sweetened offer of about $3 billion (1.91 billion pounds), ending on friendly terms a three-month hostile pursuit of the U.S. biotech company.

HPV Vaccine Program In Australia To Take Herd-Immunity Approach

According to a recent study published in the August 2012 issue of the journal Pediatrics, the HPV vaccine is effective in lowering rates of human.
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Vaccines still saving children's lives

Vaccines safety was largely called into question in 1998 when British doctor Andrew Wakefield presented an article in a prestigious journal suggesting that the MMR vaccine was associated with autism. But Wakefield was also attempting to market his own ...
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Taliban Blocks Polio Vaccines In Remote Pakistan: Distrust Of West Puts ...

Taliban militants have threatened aid workers trying to administer the polio vaccine in Pakistan, putting the lives of 250000 children in the remote regions of South and North Waziristan at immediate risk.
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International Business Times

Summer flu cases highlight importance of immunization

Influenza typically peaks in February with few, if any, cases occurring during the summer months, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But since the end of May, nine patients with confirmed cases of influenza B and one with ...
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Boys to also be given Gardasil vaccine

Starting from next year, 12 and 13-year old boys will be able to access the vaccine through school-based programs run under the National Immunisation Program. Year Nine boys will also be provided the vaccine over the next two years as part of a catch ...
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Last chance for flu shot

Flu immunisation is free for New Zealanders at risk of more severe disease and complications, including pregnant women, people aged 65 and over, and anyone with ongoing health conditions such as heart disease, strokes, diabetes, respiratory disease ...
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College - Bound Vaccinations

Another vaccination to consider is the Hepatitis A vaccine, which protects against this serious disease caused by a virus that attacks the liver. Be sure and check with your college to see what vaccinations are required, and ask your family doctor or ...
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Whooping cough a worry for Lee County, rest of Florida

Whooping cough, also known as pertussis, usually starts with a cough, runny nose, sneezing and a low-grade fever. The coughing often becomes more severe in a week or two. Rapid coughing fits can occur that often end with a whooping sound. It is spread ...
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Alarming whooping cough infection rates in many states

Six U.S. states have whooping cough infection rates higher than California had during its epidemic in 2010. California saw 22 cases of pertussis per 100000 of.
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Polio jab delay puts 350000 kids at risk

PAKISTAN has postponed a polio immunisation campaign in parts of its tribal belt, jeopardising the health of more than 350000 children after the Taliban-banned inoculations.
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CHILDMARRIAGE 3 LAST

Uttar Pradesh has fared poorly in ante-natal care and Uttar Pradesh has fared poorly in ante-natal care and immunisation of children. Across 284 districts, less than 1 per cent coverage of full ANC has been reported in Balrampur district of Uttar ...
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Pedaling toward eradicating polio

They're riding toward eliminating polio. On Saturday morning, the Oskaloosa Rotary Club hosted their first ever Pedal for Polio event, which st.
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Anti-AIDS pill out of reach for many as push continues for cure

As researchers struggle to develop an AIDS vaccine, having a daily pill to block the virus could be a crucial interim step to rein in the disease. Yet rather than celebrating Truvada's effectiveness, global health planners are now facing a difficult ...
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Sanofi Pasteur Begins Shipping Fluzone® Influenza Virus Vaccine in U.S. for ...

Due to extended shipping time and earlier incidence of disease, the first doses of Fluzone vaccine were shipped to Alaska and Hawaii and to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for use in the Vaccines for Children program.
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Helper T cells, not killer T cells, might be responsible for clearing ...

Hepatitis A is a highly contagious liver infection caused by the hepatitis A virus. Despite the availability of an effective vaccine, the virus infects millions of people worldwide each year and remains a global public health problem, especially in ...
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Uptake of MMR jabs increases, but still belowtarget

Children who receive all their scheduled vaccinations between the ages of two months and 16 years will be protected against a range of diseases, including measles, mumps, rubella, diphtheria, polio, whooping cough, tetanus, meningitis C, pneumococcal ...
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Measles alert for Brisbane shoppers

PEOPLE who went to a busy Brisbane shopping centre and the city's domestic airport last week have been warned to look out for measles symptoms.
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Measles alert for Westfield Chermside, Brisbane Airport customers

QUEENSLAND Health has issued a warning for people who have never been vaccinated against the measles to be on alert for symptoms of the virus after a reported case on Brisbane's northside.
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The HPV Vaccine Controversy: Weighing Pros And Cons

Even so, the vaccine is still recommended by numerous organizations, including The American Academy of Pediatrics' committee on infectious diseases, The ...
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New research study explores attitudes to polio immunisation in India

(Medical Xpress) -- The University of Birmingham is working with Ravenshaw University in Orissa on a new research project looking at ethics, policy and practice concerning polio vaccination in the state.
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Pakistan to administer anti-polio drops to one million children in tribal regions

ISLAMABAD, July 15 (Xinhua) -- Pakistan will administer anti-polio vaccine to nearly one million children in the militancy-hit tribal regions during a three-day national immunization campaign starting from Monday, said officials. Dr Janbaz Afridi ...
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Use of vaccinators in Osama hunt harmed war on polio

Did the killing of Osama bin Laden have an unintended victim: the global drive to eradicate polio? In Pakistan, where polio has never been eliminated, the CIA's decision to send a vaccination team into the bin Laden compound to gather information and ...
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Polio campaign troubles imperil 350000 Pakistan children

MIRANSHAH, Pakistan — Pakistan on Monday postponed a polio immunisation campaign in parts of its tribal belt, jeopardising the health of more than 350000 children after the Taliban banned inoculations. Local Taliban and Pakistani warlord Hafiz Gul ...
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Polio eradication: an interview with Dr. Kathleen O'Reilly

Polio is a disease caused by a virus and results in paralysis, usually in the legs, of those affected. The paralysis is irreversible. In some extreme cases the virus spreads to the nerve cells of the brain reducing breathing capacity and this rarer ...
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Pakistan polio campaign faces Taliban hurdle

Nearly quarter of million children may miss out, after Taliban bans immunisations in troubled northwestern region.
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Free HPV vaccination programme for women aged 18 begins today

PUTRAJAYA, July 16 (Bernama) -- The free HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) vaccination programme for women aged 18 begins today in Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, Selangor, Negeri Sembilan and Melaka. For other states, the programme is scheduled to begin ...
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Meningitis super mum's petition date at Downing Street

SUPER mum Maureen Evans headed to Downing Street with her son Ben after two Culcheth primary schools helped her and the Meningitis Trust collect more than 14000 petition signatures.
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New York Times Reports FDA Spying on its own Scientists AGE OF AUTISM

From The New York Times - full story HERE. WASHINGTON — A wide-ranging surveillance operation by the Food and Drug Administration against a group of its own ...
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Polio campaign postponed in Waziristan, Bara

MIRANSHAH: Pakistan on Monday postponed a polio immunisation campaign in parts of its tribal belt, jeopardising the health of more than 350000 children after the Taliban banned inoculations. Local Taliban and Pakistani warlord Hafiz Gul Bahadur, whose ...
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Pedal For Polio Successful First Year Event

On Saturday, the 60 member strong Oskaloosa Rotary Club celebrated the dedication of the Rotary Trail Access and launched, what is hoped to be, an annual fundraiser to help wipe out polio worldwide. Most of us in the United States think of polio as a ...
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Oskaloosa news

Polio Taliban ban imperils 350k children

KARACHI: Pakistan on Monday postponed a polio immunisation campaign in parts of its tribal belt, jeopardising the health of more than 350000 children after the Taliban banned inoculations.< ...
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The News International

3-day anti-polio drive begins today

KARACHI: The three-day anti-polio drive begins from Monday (today) across the province during which 34 million children of up to 5-year of age will be administered polio drops. ...
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The News International

Costessey couple climb Ben Nevis in memory of their nephew

An husband and wife from Costessey are climbing Ben Nevis in memory of their 19-year-old nephew Ryan Sweatman, who died of meningitis.
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Measles alert for Brisbane shoppers

Queensland Health is urging people who attended a Brisbane shopping centre and the city's domestic airport last week to be on the alert for measles symptoms.
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HPV Vaccinations Lower Infection Rate Even Among Unvaccinated Women

Despite a low vaccinate rate with the HPV vaccine, researchers are starting to see the vaccine provide herd immunity.
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Displaced kids at Jalozai Camp to get anti-polio drops

NOWSHERA: Officials of the Expanded Programme on Immunisation on Sunday said children at the Jalozai Camp would be administered anti-polio drops during the three-day campaign starting today.
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Polio Campaign kicks off today

RAWALPINDI: Three-day polio drive would commence in the entire district from Monday (today). During these days 1160 polio teams would go door to door and administer polio drops to 695000 children under five years of age in all districts and union ...
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National polio eradication campaign begins today

A third round of national immunisation days (NIDs) is scheduled from Monday (today) across the country to vaccinate children against polio-virus. Acco.
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How a Ban on Polio Vaccination in Parts of Pakistan Puts the Entire World at Risk

The Pakistani Taliban has banned vaccination campaigns in the country's north, delaying the goal of global eradication of polio and putting the world's children at risk.
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TIME

Boys first in Gardasil cancer vaccine rollout | The Australian

AUSTRALIA will be the first country to offer males free access to the cervical cancer vaccine Gardasil, after the federal government announced it would ...
www.theaustralian.com.au/.../story-fn59nokw-122642488345...

WHO launches plan to check measles, rubella, others

Best. WHO. AS part of efforts to effectively check measles, rubella and congenital rubella syndrome (CRS), the World Health Organisation (WHO) yesterday released a plan contained in a document titled global measles and rubella strategic plan 2012-2020.
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Drop-in child health clinics expanded

The Whanganui Regional Primary Health Organisation (WRPHO) has expanded its free immunisation clinics and B4 School Checks to try and capture Whanganui pre-school children who are missing out. WRPHO B4 School facilitator Janine Spence says ...
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HPV vaccine for boys

The vaccine will be funded by the Gillard Government under the National Immunisation Program. Said Minister Plibersek: “Every parent wants their child to be healthy and that is why the Australian Government is delivering the best protection we have ...
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Transforming The Nation's Healthcare

WDHB tops national effort to immunise girls against cervical cancer

WDHB immunisation coordinator Karen Howard confirmed today that WDHB had successfully vaccinated 88 percent of Year 8 Maori girls with human papillomavirus vaccine (HPV). This was the highest result in the country and eight percent more than ...
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DANIEL STURRIDGE WINS BATTLE AGAINST VIRAL MENINGITIS

Sport | Football | Daniel Sturridge wins battle against viral meningitis - Football gossip, transfer news, live scores, results and league tables.
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Chicken pox can resurface as shingles

While you may not have heard of the varicella-zoster virus, chances are good that you have it. Varicella-zoster is the virus that causes chicken pox.
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#Dispatches DNLee: Preparing for Tanzania – Vaccinations

Some of the shots can be given together but others, like the Yellow Fever, Rabies series and the Hepatitis B shots, you have to time your shots just right. For example, Yellow Fever vaccination isn't valid until 10 days after the shot. So you're fully ...
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Scientific American (blog)

HPV vaccine for boys - just a suggestion?

When I heard yesterday that the health minister was about to make an important announcement about immunisation, I started guessing what it might be.
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Rev. Lisa Sykes speaks at World Conference re: THIMEROSAL ...

Lisa Sykes speaks at World Conference re: THIMEROSAL. Posted by Editor · Leave a Comment ...
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3-day anti-polio drive begins today

Karachi: The 3-day anti-polio drive will begin from Monday (today) across the province during which 7.5 million children of up to 5-year of age will be administered polio drops. The polio cases are still detected in different districts of province ...
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350 polio drops' centres set up across Rawalpindi

During the campaign, 1160 polio teams would go door-to-door and administer polio drops to 695000 children less than five years of age in all districts and union councils of the Rawalpindi division. As many as 350 polio drops' centres have also been ...
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How a Ban on Polio Vaccination in Parts of Pakistan Puts the Entire World at Risk

When thousands of public health workers fan out across Pakistan today in the first day of a three-day campaign to vaccinate the country's children against polio, an estimated 250000 won't be receiving the potentially-life saving dose, the social ...
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TIME

Vaccine For Incoming College Students Nearly Quadruple's in Price

GRAYSON COUNTY, TX -- The summer is flying by and soon enough students will be back in school. For freshman and transfer college students, under the age of 30, you better start saving some extra money.
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Remembering the forgotten

This was certainly the case 150 years ago when smallpox was not the abstract concept it is today. In the latter part of the 19th century, smallpox was a devastating, ruthless killer that inspired irrational fear and anger, even as those who were ...
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