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The Archie Tapes - Uncut and Uncensored (2004) - Vaccination News

Daily News 2012-07-23

Sandys site vaccinationnewsFood & Water, Nope. Vaccines, Yep. | Gianelloni Family by The Refusers

UNICEF kills malnourished African children with vaccines and calls it a coincidence – The Zimbabwean by The Refusers - MB comment: UNICEF (United Nations Children’s Fund) boasts of its partnership with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in their aptly-named Decade of Vaccines (DoV) Collaboration.

Post-vaccination deaths spark debate on side-effects – Times of India
by The Refusers

Senator Grassley’s Floor Statement on the FDA’s illegal whistleblower surveillance program
by The Refusers - MB comment: The FDA is the government agency that licenses vaccines after drug companies  submit falsified efficacy data and phony safety studies using other vaccines (or aluminum adjuvants) as placebos. The FDA witchhunt against its own employees who report corruption is enough to make anyone question the pseudo-science behind vaccines.

Doctors unite to smash the anti-vaccine group - THE state's top doctors have launched an attack on an anti-vaccination group, accusing it of misleading parents.

Genetically Engineered Food-Borne Vaccines May Permanently Destroy Health - Though the risks to health could be enormous, it seems likely that food-borne vaccines will soon be in food. Is the genetic engineering of everyone through vaccines in our food imminent?

Alison Singer Hand Picked Matt Carey For IACC, Embellished His Credentials. - by Jake Crosby - Age of Autism

HHS Secretary Sebelius' Disconnect With Reality of Autism Clear at IACC by Anne Dachel

Update: Whistleblowers’ Lawsuit Against Merck - SaneVax 

Alex Jones Show: Surprise Caller Exposes How Big Pharma Purchases ‘Experts (video) - SaneVax

Vaccines Causing Superbugs? -

THE OLYMPICS: A concerned events organiser speaks. - The One Click Group

Post vaccine, pigs experience severe disease -
The One Click Group

Italian court reignites MMR vaccine debate after award over child with autism - The One Click Group

Comments to Committee of the Assessment of Studies of Health Outcomes Related to the Childhood
Immunization Schedule on “Study Designs for the Safety Evaluation of Different Childhood Immunization Schedules”
by Dr. Paul King

The Op-Ed: Institutions Need Conflict Committees

Bayer Whistleblower Lawsuit Is Dismissed by Ed Silverman - Pharmalot

Irish mother goes into hiding to prevent vaccination of son

Autism-Made in America

International health panel says treat all HIV infections - An international health panel has recommended for the first time that all HIV patients be treated with antiretroviral drugs, even when the virus's impact on their immune system is shown to be small.

Improving Access to HIV/AIDS Drugs Abroad

Polio vaccine: storage issues

Schumer says government should provide free whooping cough vaccinations as NY cases triple

Shootings suspend Pakistan vaccination program

UN condemns killing of humanitarian worker in Pakistan

Researchers developing immune-boosting cancer vaccine

Therapeutic HIV Vaccine Vacc-4x Improves Quality of Immune Responses in HIV Patients, Resulting in Long-Term Reduction in Viral Load and Potential for Periodic "Boosts" That Could Result in New Treatment Option for People Living With HIV/AIDS

At AIDS 2012, Fauci delivers opening plenary on ending the HIV/AIDS pandemic - From scientific advances to public health implementation

OUR VIEW: Whooping cough on the rise

NEJM editor: “No longer possible to believe much of clinical research published”

CDC: US is on track for record high whooping cough rates in 2012

Shingles Vaccine May Be Safe for Those on Biologics - More research is needed; the vaccine is not currently recommended for this population.

After HPV Vaccinations Rates of Genital Warts Decline Significantly in Women, but Not Men - Rates of condyloma or genital warts among young women have fallen significantly in the past few years, according to new research.

Free vaccinations to help prevent deadly diseases (video) 

Whooping cough could reach highest levels since 1959

How to protect kids from whooping cough outbreaks

Stop Drug Companies Killing for Profits!

Kaitlyn Armstrong: Post-Gardasil Syndrome Victim? - SaneVax

Whooping Cough Outbreak: Do You Need a Vaccine? (video)

Moms Talk: The Vaccination Hesitation - Some vaccines are more painful to parents than kids.

CT WATCHDOG: Insurer refuses to cover pain-preventing shingles vaccine

Whooping Cough, is it Spreading Through Ohio?

Hospital worker may have exposed hundreds to whooping cough

Vaccination Concerns: Fewer Parents Vaccinating Children

Vaccines-A Damaged Immune System-Up Close and Personal

It’s time to think vaccines

Whatever happened to the Lyme disease vaccine?

Dr. Eisenstein's Next Vaccine Webinar July 29th 7PM CDT

NIH Scientists Identify Likely Predictors of Hepatitis C Severity - Viral Evolution and Host Protein Levels Predict Rapid Disease Progression

National Association of Local Boards of Health NALBOH - is celebrating 20 years. Mark your calendars and celebrate with us!  August 8-10, 2012 20th Annual NALBOH Conference Hyatt Regency Downtown - Atlanta, Georgia

Tdap Vaccines Studied As Statewide Epidemic Surpasses 3,000 Cases - In Pierce County, more than 400 cases of pertussis have been reported so far this year.

A&M has role in saving U.S. from pathogens

Why Did the Wall Street Journal Bury the Merck Fraud Story? by Dr. Mercola

Expert: Flu jab offers the best protection

Title: Compositions for and methods of enhancing the immune response to antigens (patent)

Title: Human hookworm vaccine (patent)

Title: PSM peptides as vaccine targets against methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus (patent)

Title: Purification of vaccinia virus- and recombinant vaccinia virus-based vaccines

AIDS Conference Opens in DC With Snapshot of the Disease in America

There is no cure or vaccine yet, but scientists say they have the tools to finally stem the spread of this intractable virus -- largely by using treatment not just to save patients but to make them less infectious, too. (Neergaard, The .... While black ...
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Students entering seventh and 12th grades need to update immunizations

High school seniors also must show proof of a single dose of Tdap and a booster dose of the meningococcal vaccine if the first dose was given before the age of 16, according to a news release from the West Virginia Department of Education. ... The new ...
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Pharmacies offering pneumonia, shingles vaccines

The Vaccine Access Act, which went into effect statewide on July 1, allows pharmacies to offer shingles and pneumonia vaccines, a convenience previously available only for flu shots. "It's more convenient than waiting in the doctor's office," Fort ...
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Ups and downs of whooping cough vaccine

This week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned that the country is in for the worst year of whooping cough outbreaks since 1959. Whooping cough's comeback can't be explained fully by the rising numbers of families that refuse vaccines ...
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Vaccine vs. Virus

Polio has three serotypes, or types of surface proteins, but they were all in the vaccine. Mumps, German measles and chickenpox all have single serotypes. It is different with bacteria, he said, because there are already resistant bacterial strains out ...
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Dangerous casualty

Pakistan's polio eradication campaign, which managed to come to to grips with deep-seated prejudices regarding the polio vaccine, has again fallen victim. This time, it's the country's on-off relationship with the United States, courtesy Washington's ...
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The Hindu

Health Calendar, click here

The Steuben County Public Health Department will offer immunizations for Measles, Polio, Mumps, Diptheria, Tetanus, Pertussis, Hepatitis B, Chicken Pox, HIB, hepatitis A, and Human Papillova virus. • From 1-3 p.m. Wednesday at the Steuben County Public ...
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Parkinson's disease risk lessened by childhood measles, doubled by severe 'flu

Severe influenza doubles the odds that a person will develop Parkinson's disease later in life, however, the opposite is true for people who contracted a typical case of red measles as a child, according to University of British Columbia researchers ...
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MMR and Autism: The Andrew Wakefield Story, ...

MMR and Autism: The Andrew Wakefield Story Wakefields study that first brought about the idea ...

KENYA: HPV vaccine roll out begins for young women with increased cervical ...

Although some projects in Kenya offer the HPV vaccine, Kenya's national reproductive health strategic plan has addressed cervical cancer largely through the roll-out of a low-cost screening tool known as VIA (visual inspection of the cervix using ...
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WNN - Women News Network

Govt trying level best for polio free country: Aseefa

London —Pakistan's goodwill ambassador for Polio Eradication and daughter of President Asif Ali Zardari Aseefa Bhutto Zardari again made it clear that polio is a deadly disease and we are trying our best to make Pakistan polio free country. Aseefa ...
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Your Health is an ongoing monthly series about health issues that impact the ...

“We haven't seen any pertussis clusters in northwest Georgia so far this year,” said NWGPH spokesman Logan Boss, “but we are seeing individual cases, as we do annually, mostly in children.” The actual number of confirmed cases, however, doesn't always ...
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Whooping Cough Cases Approaching Highest Levels In Half A Century

2012 might be a record year for whooping cough in the United States if midyear trends continue. Nearly 18000 cases of pertussis, or whooping cough, have been reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention so far this year - the highest ...
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Get prepared at Back to School Health Fair

4, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Coconino County Public Health Services District, 2625 N. King Street in Flagstaff. Children's immunizations required for Arizona school entry will be provided at no cost. A list of Arizona School Required Immunizations ...
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Reports of whooping cough up in Mohave County, state

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, the nation has experienced a slow climb in whooping cough cases since 1980, mainly because adults are not getting the vaccine every 10 years as they should be. According to Bronston, the disease ...
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Whooping cough on the rise in Arizona

With that, the Arizona Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics is calling for ... Though whooping cough vaccines are part of the childhood vaccine ...

NKY officials warn of whooping cough outbreak

"Pertussis can cause serious illness, hospitalization and death — especially in infants who are too young to be fully vaccinated,” Dr. Lynne Saddler, district director of health said in a release. “Because vaccine protection fades over time, anyone ...
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Infants at Greatest Risk in 2010 California Pertussis Epidemic

(HealthDay News) – In the 2010 California pertussis epidemic, all deaths and most hospitalizations occurred in infants <3 months of age, according to research published online July 19 in the Journal of Pediatrics. Kathleen Winter, MPH, from the ...
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Pneumococcal revaccination needed in kidney transplant patients

By MedWire Reporters Kidney transplant patients vaccinated against Streptococcus pneumoniae appear to be protected against pneumococcal infection for at ...

Woolston student's daring challenge to Peru's Machu Picchu

The University of Nottingham student saw the effect of meningitis as a five-year-old, when a fellow pupil at Woolston Community Primary School died from the illness. “Although I was really young at the time I remember how it was such a big thing for ...
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Great Totham: Ellie supports meningitis campaign

Great Totham: Ellie supports meningitis campaign. A young meningitis survivor helped deliver a 14000-signature petition to Downing Street calling for better support for children in her position. Ellie Sutton joined other families supported by the ...
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Western State Hospital Resumes Operations After Meningitis Case Halts ...

Western State Hospital has resumed normal operations after a meningitis case temporarily stopped people from visiting. Officials with the hospital learned about this case on July 17, and ended up transferring the patient to Augusta Health for a check-up.
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Sturridge grateful to Blues doctor

Daniel Sturridge has thanked Chelsea's doctor for diagnosing his meningitis and rescuing his chance to represent Team GB in the London Olympics. Daniel Sturridge scored 11 Premier League goals for Chelsea last season. GettyImages Daniel Sturridge ...
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Why Did the Wall Street Journal Bury the Merck Fraud Story?

"Merck has known for a decade that its mumps vaccine is "far less effective" than it tells the government, and it falsified test results and sold millions of doses of "questionable efficacy," flooding and monopolizing the market... Chatom says in its ...
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Drug users recommended to take hepatitis B vaccine

Manila: About 16 million drug users worldwide must have hepatitis B vaccination, following reports that 10 million of them are infected with hepatitis C and 1.2 million are infected with hepatitis B, a local paper said. Governments worldwide have no ...
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AIDS conference calls for increased testing

“While we undoubtedly still need a cure and a vaccine, we can save millions of lives with the knowledge we have today if we fully implement the proven strategies we now have to treat those living with HIV and prevent new infections,” said Diane Havlir ...
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Anti-vaccine movement causes the worst whooping cough epidemic in 70 years

Source: Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Making things worse, it seems, is an increase in cases among children aged 13-14. Children get a booster shot at age 11-12, but the new outbreak indicates ...
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Clinics to aid in vaccine rush

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention last week announced that the virus is at its highest level nationwide in 50 years. Local numbers reflect that increase. From January through June, Hillsborough County reported 56 cases of whooping cough, ...
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Meningitis survivor enjoys first season with Louth Old Boys under-8s team

MENINGITIS survivor Harvey Phillips is getting a big kick from being in his football squad. The battling football fan is a member of Louth Old Boys under-8s team – seven years after courageously surviving the meningococcal strain of the disease. ​ ...
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Sturridge struggled to walk after meningitis agony

Daniel Sturridge has revealed the agony of meningitis left him struggling even to walk as he thanked Chelsea's doctors for rescuing his Olympic dream. Sturridge admitted he came within a whisker of being forced to pull out of Great Britain's historic ...
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Whooping cough resurgence throughout Utah

GEORGE — With an outbreak of pertussis, otherwise known as whooping cough, throughout Utah, the Southwest Utah Public Health Department is encouraging area residents to make sure they are up to date on all vaccinations, including the Tdap vaccine, ...
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Osteopathic doctors urge meningitis shot

CHICAGO, July 22 (UPI) -- The American Osteopathic Association says a booster dose of the meningococcal vaccine should be given to 16-year-olds after an initial dose at ages 11-12. Stanley E. Grogg, a board-certified pediatrician and liaison for the ...
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Whooping cough resurgence: Small outbreak has health officials urging people ...

Juan Ruiz's children, Doraly, top right, and Jesus look on as Southwest Utah Public Health Department nurse Remle Orvin, left, gives their father a Tdap immunization shot at the public health department's offices Thursday. / Jud Burkett / The Spectrum ...
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A New Age Polio in Pakistan

The Polio eradication programme started in 1978. in 1988, the World Health Organization (WHO), together with Rotary International, Unicef, and the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention passed the Global Polio Eradication Initiative, with the ...
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Sturridge praises Chelsea doctor after quick diagnosis of meningitis

Chelsea striker Daniel Sturridge has paid tribute to club doctor Dave Porter for keeping alive his Team GB dream after viral meningitis. He said: 'I was fortunate to have a doctor who saw the warning signs straight away and got me off to a hospital ...
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Daily Mail

Mufti against vaccination leads anti-polio campaign, without much to celebrate

A staunch anti-polio mufti whose own niece has fallen prey to lifelong paralysis because of his remorseless and adamant opposition to polio immunisation, has transformed into a polio advocate. The mufti is also said to have launched a polio ...
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Whooping Cough Booster Shots Studied as Statewide Epidemic Passes 3000 ...

Washington's whooping cough epidemic passed 3000 reported cases this week while new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicates vaccine protection doesn't last as long as expected, according to a DOH press release.
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Immunisation reminders as flu season kicks in

"It's not too late to get the free immunisation if you're eligible, but anybody else can pay for it at their general practitioner or at a few pharmacists around the Auckland region." Dr Hoskins says, like every year, they're expecting cases of seasonal ...
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CDC: National pertussis rates are on the rise; agency urges pregnant women to ...

ATLANTA — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday held a press briefing regarding the growing number of whooping cough cases in Washington state, which, according to the CDC, is reflective of how pertussis cases are trending ...
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Whooping cough cases triple from 2011 to 2012

Y., called on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Sunday to launch an all out effort state and nationwide to combat the “startling rise” in cases of pertussis, commonly known as whooping cough. According to the CDC, cases of whooping cough, ...
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CDC: Whooping cough cases may be most in 5 decades

Whooping cough, or pertussis, is a highly contagious bacterial disease. It leads to severe coughing that causes children to make a distinctive whooping sound as they gasp for breath. In rare cases it can be fatal, and nine children have died so far ...
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Whooping cough rising at alarming rate in US

This file photo shows an empty bottle of Tetanus, Diphthera and Pertussis, (whooping cough) vaccine. – AP. ATLANTA: The US appears headed for its worst year for whooping cough in more than five decades, with the number of cases rising at an epidemic ...
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Kuwait Times

MMR and Autism The Andrew Wakefield StoryPart 2 | PopScreen

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

Polio campaign remains suspended in Gadap as 12 suspects arrested

Polio immunisation activities at Gadap Town remained suspended on Saturday after two consecutive attacks on a United Nations doctor and a local community worker took place in less than a week. Meanwhile, law enforcement personnel detained nearly 12 ...
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The Express Tribune

Going viral: Karachi, a game changer in Pakistan's fight against polio

... Karachi is more alarming than an outbreak in any other part of the country is because Karachi is a reservoir. ILLUSTRATION: TRIBUNE COMMON. KARACHI: Pakistan's failure to eradicate polio has been largely viewed through a political and security lens.
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The Express Tribune


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