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Daily News 2014-08-19


Will India be First Country to Revoke Marketing Licenses for HPV Vaccines?

12-year-old Girl Dies Hours After She is Injected with HPV Vaccine

Priest died after suffering reaction to yellow fever vaccine - inquest hears

Nurse sues Thomas Memorial over vaccine policy

Whistleblower Says CDC Knew in 2003 of Higher Autism Rate Among African-American Boys Receiving MMR Shot Earlier Than 36 Months - Age of Autism

Welcome Back: Vaccination exemptions cause controversy

CDC Mumps Cases and Outbreaks


US FDA approves first needle-free flu vaccine delivery system - For the first time ever, the US FDA has approved a needle-free injection system to deliver the seasonal flu vaccine.

FDA Approves Use of AFLURIA® Influenza Vaccine with PharmaJet’s Needle-Free Injector

Flublok® Influenza Vaccine Will Be Available At Over 230 Passport Health Locations Nationwide

Congo polio strain can resist vaccine - Variant was responsible for a deadly outbreak but is stopped by fresh, oral immunization.

Penn Sophomore Seeks to Improve Pneumonia Vaccines

How Western national interest drives Ebola drug development

New vaccine shows promise as stronger weapon against both tuberculosis and leprosy

Berlin Woman Unlikely to Have Ebola Virus, Says Hospital - Woman Recently Returned From Africa Collapsed in Job Center

4 Ways to Ensure Worry-Free Children's Vaccinations

2 Vaccines Help Cut Bacteria That Cause Meningitis, Study Finds

South news briefs: Free vaccinations coming up next week


Influenza A Infections-Pipeline Insights, 2014

Israeli-developed antibodies weaken flu’s defenses - Antibodies may help immune system kill flu by keeping virus from hiding in cells, research shows

Why States Should Aim For 100 Percent Vaccination

Bioterror Lab Accidents Happen Far More Often Than We Thought

ITS, WCCTG announce new influenza A H1N1 virus to support experimental human viral challenge model

Measles becomes a 'biological weapon' against cancer

Measles threat delays trial

Dachel Media Update: More Disabled Kids, Nothing To See, Move Along by Anne Dachel - Age of Auttism

Tumors shrink following bacteria injection

Ground-breaking medical research millions choose to reject

Health misinformation

Should You Worry About an Ebola Outbreak in the US? by Dr. Mercola

Ebola in Nigeria: Suspected Ebola passenger isolated at airport in Uganda

UH study: High levels of mercury found in fish substitutions

West Africa Ebola toll grows, along with cautious optimism

News Scan for Aug 19, 2014 - Flu evolution in pigs; MERS-CoV in African camels; Lab incident findings; Vaccine-resistant polio; WHO gets large Saudi gift for Iraq

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