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Daily News 2012-08-31


vacciination news sandyKnow Your First Amendment Rights: The Wakefield Inquisition by Dan Olmsted

Government NIH only 5% of Budget on Environmental Factors by Katie Wright - Age of Autism

Antivaccine fear mongering? What antivaccine fear mongering? I don’t see any antivaccine fear mongering.

State alters vaccination waiver form, asking parents to cite religion

Exposing the FDA's Vaccine Injury Cover-up: An Interview With Walter Kyle, Esq.

Flu shot bill lacks penalty for health workers

Forcing vaccines on nurses violates their basic rights

Minnesota reports another swine flu virus in humans

Vaccines, boosters, immunizations, Oh my!

Outbreak Pattern Stymies Vaccine Work

Baby Killers: The dark side of vaccinations? Meryl Dorey (video)


APIC Issues Reminder About Healthcare Worker Flu Vaccination Data Reporting

Soligenix Announces Positive Phase 1B Clinical Results with RiVax™, its Vaccine Against Ricin Toxin Exposure

2011-2012 Influenza Season Week 34 ending August 25, 2012 - All data are preliminary and may change as more reports are received.

CDC Reports More Cases, Hospitalizations and Nation’s First H3N2v-Associated Death

Children, the Flu, and the Flu Vaccine

Time To School The School Nurses

Study explains why some cancer vaccines are not as effective as hoped

Body's First Response Cells Could Produce Better Vaccines

Amgen’s TVEC vaccine shows promise in regional melanoma, greater benefit and applicability in question

Flu can spread before symptoms show

Too Few Girls Get HPV Vaccine Against Cancer: CDC - Many more teens protected from whooping cough, meningitis than the sexually transmitted virus

NEWS SCAN: More Yosemite hantavirus cases, Congo Ebola update, teen vaccine coverage

Climbers tackle highest mountain for polio fight

The Climb to End Polio Now has 28 Rotarians in District 7680 signed up to be part of the First U.S. Rotary Team to raise the Rotary Flag on Top of Mount Kilimanjaro. Each climber is paying his or her costs for the trip -- about $3,000-$3,500 -- and is ...
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Back to School Immunization

... CPR · Carp-A-Cabana · more Releases ... Press Release Guidelines. With the start of the school year just a few weeks away, the Santa Barbara County Public Health Department is urging parents to make sure their child's immunizations are up to date.
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Memscap partners with Chinese MEMS startup

LONDON – Microelectromechanical system (MEMS) component maker Memscap SA (Grenoble, France) said it has formed a partnership with Hanking Group to expand sales of the MUMPS multiproject wafer service in China. The move was expected (see ...
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The Pain You Cant See AGE OF AUTISM Morrow Garfield 86's blog ...

This page provides information about 'The Pain You Cant See - AGE OF AUTISM - Morrow Garfield 86's blog' on Broken Controllers.
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United States whooping cough cases set record

Washington follows, with 3,796 pertussis cases on its state website. The greatest change to the CDC numbers is the addition of all the whooping cough cases reported in Minnesota, 2,711. The CDC continues to show the state with zero cases for 2012 ...
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Examiner.com

Pertussis cases still on the rise, vaccinations, boosters can protect children ...

While children are required to be up-to-date on the highly infectious pertussis, or whooping cough, vaccine before beginning school, the Lexington-Fayette County Health Department is still urging parents to make sure their children are fully protected.
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KyForward.com

Fears over measles outbreak

Health experts in Kimilili have raised an alarm over a measles outbreak. This follows the death of three children from the disease in Kambini. Twenty people are feared to have contracted the disease. Kimilili district medical officer Mutoro Wambasi ...
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Whac-A-Mole for HPV Vaccine

There is an HPV vaccine, but it only covers some of the strains of the sexually transmitted virus. Would vaccinating everyone cause the other strains to become more common? A research study offers evidence that this may be unlikely with HPV. The HPV ...
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Christian volunteers Christ Ambassadors ask for help in polio fighting mission

A Christian group is urging people to help send 5,000 polio-fighting packs to Nigerian children. Members of Christ Ambassadors, based in Enfield, are desperately fundraising in order to take the kits to northern Nigeria in two weeks time. The packs ...
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Threat of polio virus travelling to India from neighbours:Govt

The government today said there was a threat of polio virus travelling to India from neighbouring countries like Pakistan and Afghanistan which has led to intensification of surveillance in border states of Punjab, Rajasthan, Gujarat and Jammu and Kashmir.
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Meningitis warning for school term

A MENINGITIS warning has issued ahead of children returning to school for the autumn and winter months. Menigitus UK said the end of September sees the start of the peak season for meningitis, and wants all parents, students and teachers to be vigilant ...
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Fiona Yelling went from healthy schoolgirl to being on life support after ...

“It's a bit of a blur,” says Fiona, recalling her rapid decline into a rare form of life-threatening oral meningitis. “I remember making my way to music class and getting this feeling of pins and needles in my feet and it moving up my legs to my waist ...
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Edinburgh Evening News

A flu shot in the arm: Campaign encourages people 65, older to get vaccinated

Side effects of the high-dose shot are similar to the regular flu shot, but more adverse events have been reported with that one, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Most people don't experience any major problems with it ...
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The flu vaccine is your best protection

“The Centers for Disease Control has recommended that all citizens protect themselves by receiving a flu vaccine as soon as it is available,” said Baker. Anyone can become ill due to the flu virus, but there are particular groups who are more ...
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Government NIH only 5% of Budget on Environmental Factors

Clearly Dr. Insel had been working over time pre IACC meeting in order to portray the IACC report as an incomplete or inaccurate measure of autism research ...

Medical Opt-Out Rates for Vaccines Vary by State

Rates of medical exemptions from vaccination requirements are higher in states where exemptions are easier to get, potentially compromising immunity and posing a threat to other children, according to public health experts at Emory University. In ...
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Still critical to drive home importance of meningitis vaccine for college students

As many college students begin their fall semester this week, there is still plenty of talk about a new Texas law that requires all new college students under age 30 to get the meningitis vaccine before attending classes. As physicians with the Center ...
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Study: Medical vaccine exemptions rise where they're easier to get

Although medical exemption rates are low, other studies show they surpass 1% of kindergarten children in some states, the researchers say. They add that medical exemptions "add to existing pockets of susceptibility [to vaccine-preventable diseases] due ...
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Whooping cough alert issued in Meigs County

POMEROY — There are a few confirmed or suspected cases of pertussis (whooping cough) in Meigs County, according to a report from the Meigs County Health Department. The Gallia County Health Department confirms that the same is true in neighboring ...
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Measles Confirmed At Gentry School

The state Health Department confirmed two of the Gentry students sent home to isolation have measles. Ozark Adventist Academy administrators first suspected measles at the school when a student came to the nurse practitioner's office with a rash and a ...
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5 News

Too Few Girls Get HPV Vaccine Against Cancer: CDC - Drugs.com ...

Parents and doctors can do more to protect girls from cancers caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), say U.S. health officials who are concerned by lagging H.
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Meningitis - a mother speaks out

The risk of meningitis is highest during the colder months of the year. Many of the symptoms of meningitis are similar to that of a cold or flu, so parents, students and teachers are being urged to be cautious. Signs can include: * Fever (with cold ...
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HPV Vaccinations for Males: Time to Support Universal, Voluntary ...

Introduction: Head and Neck Squamous Cell Cancer and HPV: A Different Animal. Antonio Jimeno, MD, PhD. University of Colorado Cancer Center and Charles ...
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Too Few Girls Get HPV Vaccine Against Cancer: CDC - Philly.com

THURSDAY, Aug. 30 (HealthDay News) -- Parents and doctors can do more to protect girls from cancers caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), say U.S. ...
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Avoiding Vaccines Just Got Harder

“We know the number of exemptors is going up, and we're in the midst of a pertussis outbreak,” Landen said. “The literature suggests a relationship between clusters of exemption and clusters of pertussis. So we felt, for public health, that we needed ...
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Measles scare as parents shun jab

A total of 8,000 children are starting school next week in the West country without having a crucial booster injection of the once-controversial MMR jab, health chiefs have revealed. And so worried are NHS bosses about the shortfall that they are ...
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Too Few Girls Get HPV Vaccine Against Cancer: CDC

Last year, significantly more U.S. teens were vaccinated against meningitis and whooping cough (pertussis) than in 2010, while increases for the HPV vaccine were far less significant, according to... Content Preview This content is exclusive for ...
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Newsday (subscription)

Immunizations important before school year begins

Jody Enoch is a public health nurse supervisor with the Chesterfield County Health Department, and she has been with the department since 1981. Enoch said it's necessary for children to get immunizations when they are supposed to receive them because ...
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Learning more about meningococcal meningitis

Then come back here and refresh the page. CLIFTON PARK, N.Y. – When it comes to meningococcal meningitis, Dr. George Pascual of CapitalCare Pediatrics Clifton Park doesn't mince words. “It kills kids,” he said. “Epidemiologically, this is like a ...
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Officials: Queensbury teen did not have common types of bacterial meningitis ...

QUEENSBURY – The 16-year-old Queensbury High School football player who died unexpectedly Tuesday did not have any of the common forms of bacterial meningitis, a state health official said Thursday, though the deadly infection could not be definitively ...
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Tweens, teens need vaccines before school

Shetgiri recommended this age group be protected by the following vaccines: tetanus/diphtheria/pertussis; two doses of meningococcal to prevent meningitis, the first one recommended as a toddler and second at age 16; human papilloma virus to prevent ...
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'Non-breastfed children 10 times more likely to die from rotavirus diarrhoea'

“Rotavirus vaccine is a big breakthrough but its current cost in Pakistan is 4, 200 rupees.” “Price is the key problem, keeping in mind the economic conditions in Pakistan.” “We are very rich in diseases!” he sighed. Asked by The News that in a ...
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6 booked in Mardan for refusing vaccination

MARDAN, Aug 30: The district coordination officer of Mardan on Thursday ordered the arrest of six people for refusing vaccination of their children against polio and creating obstacles to immunisation of other children. “Cases have been registered ...
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Dynavax (DVAX): Hepatitis B Vaccine Drug Application Accepted For Review In ...

(By Balaseshan) Dynavax Technologies Corp. (NASDAQ:DVAX) said the European Medicines Agency has accepted the filing of marketing authorization application for hepatitis B vaccine drug, HEPLISAV. HEPLISAV is pursued as an indication for ...
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Donohue: Post-polio syndrome is not a second attack by the polio virus

Now a percentage of people who were victims of polio in the bad old days are having to deal with a second blow from that old infection -- post-polio syndrome. It's not a resurrection of the polio virus. What happens is this: Nerves adjacent to the ones ...
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Health officials have ruled out meningitis in Queensbury teen's death

The state department of health now says the teenager did not die of bacterial meningitis, as initially thought. Tests for the deadly condition and other common bacterial infections all came back negative. The cause of his death is still unknown. Health ...
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WNYT

thimerosal | Dr. Polcino

Thimerosal, a type of mercury, is a type of preservative used in trace amounts in some vaccines and has not been shown to be harmful to a pregnant woman or ...
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Medical Opt-Out Rates for Vaccines Vary by State

This then disrupts the chain of transmission that could infect a person who did not receive a vaccine or did not respond to it. People with compromised immune systems, such as infants, the elderly, cancer ... by the oft times capricious and uninformed ...
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Kindergartens refuse hepatitis B carriers

Kindergartens refuse hepatitis B carriers. A baby receives a hepatitis B vaccine in Liaocheng, Shandong province, in July. Zhang Zhenxiang / for China Daily. The survey found that half of the nation's hospitals and physical examination facilities ...
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China Daily

Measles cases double amid outbreaks

Officials said parents should ensure that their children have received the MMR jab - the combined vaccine that protects against measles, mumps and rubella - before going back to school. Dr Mary Ramsay, head of immunisation at the HPA, said: "It's ...
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All Guyanese must reject Gardasil : Kaieteur News

If neither pupils nor parents will benefit from such a high costing programme, then who is the real beneficiary financially from the Gardasil vaccination ...
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WHO alerts on fresh polio outbreak in Yobe

THE World Health Organisation (WHO) yesterday reported four new cases of the wild polio viruses in three councils of Yobe State, including Damaturu, the state capital. The new cases, according to the state's WHO coordinator, Dr. Isa Adamu, were ...
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State: Student did not die of meningitis

QUEENSBURY -- The 16-year-old Queensbury High School football player who died mysteriously Tuesday did not have bacterial meningitis as initially feared, the state Health Department said Thursday. Tests for the deadly condition and other bacterial ...
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Whooping Cough on Rise in Region and State

It is a sound few parents have been familiar with in recent decades, but one that is making a return as the incidence of pertussis, or whooping cough as it has been commonly called in the past, increases. Pertussis is making a comeback in the state ...
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R. Palmer Beasley, hepatitis B expert, dies at 76

Measles, plague, HIV — they all intrigued Dr. Beasley, who had decided as a student at Harvard Medical School that he wanted to be an epidemiologist, studying infectious diseases. In the early 1970s, as a fellow at what later became the University of ...
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Canine Flu Making Inroads in Area

You just don't feel well at all." The canine influenza virus, which is also known among epidemiologists as H3N8, had been observed in horses for decades but in 2005 was identified as having jumped to dogs, according to the Centers for Disease Control ...
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Vaccination plans raise 'grave concerns' from experts

'The success of screening and immunisation programmes depends on excellent communication and very close collaboration between GPs and their teams, public health staff and hospital services,' he said. The new system 'is untried and untested and will ...
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Supervalu Administers Flu Shots - Analyst Blog

Apart from administering flu vaccines, Supervalu pharmacy locations also provide immunizations for influenza, pneumococcal disease, tetanus/diphtheria/pertussis, hepatitis A, hepatitis B, cervical cancer, shingles and meningococcal meningitis. The ...
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No polio case found in Torghar

MANSEHRA: The Torghar district coordinator for Expanded Programme on Immunisation (EPI) Dr Diar Khan has said no new case of polio has been reported in the entire district during the last two-year owing to hard work by the health department, National ...
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Committee formed to oversee security for polio staff

The Sindh Government has constituted a Security Coordination Committee to review all security measures for its upcoming polio campaign, which starts on September 10, and to ensure the security of polio workers, The News learnt on Thursday. The decision ...
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6 held in Mardan for obstructing polio teams

Senior officials of the provincial Health Department, however, said all those taken into custody by the district administration Mardan were those who were not only refusing polio drops to own children but also not allowing polio teams to vaccinate ...
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District: Meningitis eyed in death of football player

District: Meningitis eyed in death of football player. Teammates, others urged to take antibiotic after death of Queensbury junior Johnathan Vasiliou. Times Union Copyright 2012 Times Union. All rights reserved. This material may not be published ...
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Baby with meningitis stuck in St. Lucia

Tamara Allain and 3-month-old Kamari Maraj, who was born in Grand River Hospital in Kitchener in May, have been stuck in the country since Kamari contracted bacterial meningitis last month. Allain took the baby to St. Lucia to visit her mother and ...
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Toronto Star

Measles Cases Confirmed

The Arkansas Department of Health has confirmed that there are laboratory results from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention confirming that at least two of the original three suspected cases of measles in Gentry are positive. According to ...
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Health Officials Confirms Two Measles Cases in NW Arkansas

GENTRY, Ark. -- The Arkansas Department of Health confirms two of a possible three cases of measles in Gentry, Arkansas in Benton County . The Department is recommending protective action for those who might have been exposed. Gary Wheeler, MD ...
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Mumuni back to training after battling "Chicken Pox"

30, GNA - Paracyclist Alem Mumuni had to battle with Chicken Pox for one week before returning to active training on Thursday evevening ahead of his event next week in the 14th Paralympic Games in London. GNA Sports gathers that, the cyclist has since ...
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Study: More Students Forgoing Immunizations to Enter Kindergarten

In a study published online this afternoon in the Journal of Infectious Diseases, researchers from from the Hubert Department of Global Health at Emory University in Atlanta found rising numbers of medical exemptions, between 2004 and 2011, to ...
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Negative propaganda: Six arrested for harassing polio team

Six men have been accused of stopping people from immunising their children against polio. The accused claimed that the drops contained pig meat and caused infertility and impotency. The culprits include Fazal Rabi, brother of Khazana Dheri ex-nazim.
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The Express Tribune

Traces of polio virus found in Hyderabad sewage lines

The district administration has declared a polio emergency in Hyderabad after discovering traces of the virus in sewage lines of some parts of the city. The alarming announcement was made by health officials at a meeting chaired by the deputy ...
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The Express Tribune

Flu Vaccine Clinics to Start

MASON CITY, IA - The Cerro Gordo County Department of Public Health's immunization clinic will start offering flu vaccines to the public next Tuesday, September 4. The clinics will be available at several locations throughout North Iowa. They'll also ...
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Changes Coming to Public Health Vaccine Policy

In the past, the Lincoln County Health Department has provided free immunizations to people regardless if they had high deductibles or part-vaccine coverage. On October 1st, the health department will only be able to give state supplied vaccines to the ...
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Whooping cough cases on the rise in Bergen County and nation

New numbers released today by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reveal 24,900 pertussis cases nationwide in 2012, the largest outbreak in 50 years. There were 10,179 cases in all of 2011. Dr. Tina Tan, state epidemiologist, said as of ...
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Too few girls get HPV vaccine against cancer CDC

(HealthDay)—Parents and doctors can do more to protect girls from cancers caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV), say U.S. health officials who are ...
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Reported Measles Cases Double

The Health Protection Agency (HPA) has revealed that the number of reported measles cases have almost doubled in the first six months of 2012 compared to the same period last year. Reported cases stood at 497 last year but have risen to 964 this year, ...
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Too Few Girls Get HPV Vaccine Against Cancer: CDC

Last year, significantly more U.S. teens were vaccinated against meningitis and whooping cough (pertussis) than in 2010, while increases for the HPV vaccine were far less significant, according to researchers at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and ...
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Health Board boss: We can do better on targets

From quarter one 2012/13, the national immunisation target will change to 85 per cent of eight-month-olds having their primary course of immunisation at six weeks, three months and five months, on time, by July 2013. The board also failed to reach the ...
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Nelson Marlborough DHB performs well against targets

The immunisation target of having 95% of two year olds fully immunised by July 2012 improved in the last quarter to reach 87% for the end of year, however the target was not met. Nelson and Marlborough Emergency Departments saw 98% of people within ...
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