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

Daily News 2012-01-30

Highly Educated Population in Boulder Refuses Vaccines by The Refusers

86% of Generation X Refused the Swine Flu Shot by The Refusers

Drug companies now prescribe how healthcare is designed and delivered – British Medical Journal by The Refusers

Conspiracy Theory With Jesse Ventura: Plum Island – YouTube by The Refusers

OSHA’s Interesting ‘Take’ on Vaccinations  by Catherine J. Frompovich - Vactruth

The Situation Room: Autism, Vaccines, and Agent Orange by Dan E. Burns- Age of Autism

Your Life Narrated by Me, Your Mother - by Cathy Jameson - Age of Autism

Focus on America's Health: Western Regional Canary Party Conference - Age of Autism

Harvard Neurologist Responds to NYT Article on DSM-5
- Age of Autism

OSHA's Official Position on Flu Vaccination of Healthcare Workers - Age of Autism

Pharma, WHO & Gates To Tackle Tropical Diseases by Ed Silverman - Pharmalot

Has the Huffington Post embraced science & closed the door on anti-vaccine quackery?

Colorado health officials mulling mandatory vaccinations

The emperor is marching around buck naked / BMJ by Meryl Nass, MD - The One Click Group

Major Drug Maker Accused of Killing 14 Trial Subjects (video)

Controversial amendments injected into Florida vaccine bill – Gant Daily

Repeal HPV Vaccine for Girls—Not a Dream: Commonwealth of Virginia House of Delegates Passed Such a Bill by Catherine J. Frompovich - Vactruth

Surprise! James Murdoch Leaves The Glaxo Board by Ed Silverman - Pharmalot

SLU doctor's study: No autism, vaccination link (comments)

Pharma Fights Effort To Dispose Of Unused Meds by Ed Silverman - Pharmalot

Aluminum Adjuvant in Vaccines Causes Risk to Children According to New Journal Report - A new Canadian study of the mechanisms of aluminum adjuvant toxicity in pediatric patients confirms that immune challenges during early development, including those vaccine-induced, can lead to permanent detrimental alterations of the brain and immune system function. Lucija Tomljenovic, PhD and Christopher A. Shaw, PhD of the University of British Columbia’s evidence-based study was recently published in Lupus, the only fully peer reviewed international journal devoted exclusively to lupus (and related disease) research.

Reintroduction of rotavirus vaccine failed to reduce intussusception hospitalizations among US infants - The One Click Group

Confessions of a Frustrated Pharmacist by Stuart Lindsey, PharmD. -


Host genes targets for anti-viral drugs and vaccines identified

Dr. Mark Geier and David Geier lead fight to ban mercury (thimerosal) from vaccines (audio)

Shingles, pneumonia vaccinations

Parents: Ask about Financial Assistance for Medically Recommended Vaccines

Many hope to be in cancer vaccine study (video)

NJ & OSHA Reject Flu Shot Mandates for Healthcare Workers

Vitamin D Better than the Flu Shot

National Vaccine Advisory Committee (NBAC) September 13-14, 2011 Meeting Minutes     

Student Health Care Center runs out of flu shots

Truth in the media – is it an oxymoron?

New Definition of Autism Will Exclude Many, Study Suggests

Study offers new information for flu fight - Influenza virus can rapidly evolve from one form to another, complicating the effectiveness of vaccines and anti-viral drugs used to treat it. By first understanding the complex host cell pathways that the flu uses for replication, University of Georgia researchers are finding new strategies for therapies and vaccines, according to a study published in the January issue of the Journal of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology.

Bird flu mutation studies must go on, says scientist

Biomechanical Evaluation of Head Kinematics During Infant Shaking Versus Pediatric Activities of Daily Living (pdf)

Parents deliberately expose children to chickenpox to promote immunity (poll)

Heath resident acquitted of allegations in injured baby case

Doctor: More Teens Asking About HPV Vaccine - On Friday, all signs were pointing to state leaders getting rid of the HPV vaccine requirement.

HPV study finds 7 percent of US teens, adults carry virus in mouths

Oral HPV Infection: Higher in Men, Transmitted by Sex

Erin Brockovich talks mystery illness (video)

N.Y. school to review environmental tests in medical mystery

Environmental icons drawn by Le Roy cluster (video)

Drugmakers Join Gates Foundation in Tropical-Disease Fight

Bill would restore vaccine funding

Since rotavirus vaccine use commenced in 2006, by 2010 the number of babies ... Alaska also has the highest exemption rate — parents who choose not to have ...

Major Drug Maker Accused of Killing 14 Trial Subjects

... approval of a pediatric anthrax vaccine trial by the National Biodefense Science Board, despite the fact that the anthrax vaccine has a demonstrated serious adverse effect profile of one to two percent, and 11 percent of all reported adverse events ...
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Environmental Chemicals Lower Kid's Immune Response

Philippe Grandjean was quoted as saying, "Routine childhood immunizations are a mainstay of modern disease prevention. The negative impact on childhood vaccinations from PFCs should be viewed as a potential threat to public health.
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Hennepin County Offers Low-Cost Immunization Clinics

The county's Public Health Department announced Monday it will provide low-cost immunizations at three clinics in February. The service is open to people who don't have health insurance or whose health insurance does not cover vaccinations.
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Vaccine reduces risk of shingles

Ditto said the Advisory Council on Immunization Practices, which is under the Centers for Disease Control, recommends that anyone 60 and older should get the vaccine shot. Although, he said, the FDA has the virus licensed for those 50 or older, ...
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Responses to UBC vaccine paper a problem for free scientific ...

For example, when I discussed the Tomljenovic/Shaw paper with Dr. Paul Offit, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania, a strong proponent of vaccines ...

Tributes paid to student who died after contracting meningitis last week

Tributes have been made to "everyone's best friend" Hannah Gwilliam from Burton who died after contracting meningitis last week. The 18-year-old Pembrokeshire College Foundation Art student died on Thursday night. Public Health Wales confirmed that ...
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Student who lost who her legs to meningitis backs iPhone App

A student who contracted meningococcal group B disease aged 18 during her first term at Leeds University is calling on students to take advantage of a free iPhone app from national charity Meningitis Research Foundation (MRF).
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Student Times The National Student Newspaper

DNA study reveals how bacteria evaded childhood vaccine

Bacteria which can cause pneumonia and meningitis in children swapped DNA to evade a vaccine targeted against them, a new study has found. The researchers from the University of Oxford and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) used ...
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Danilo Casimiro–one of the world's top vaccine developers, and a Filipino

Danilo Casimiro, the only Filipino scientist who was part of the team that worked on Gardasil, the world's leading vaccine against the human papillomavirus (HPV), is now busy working with colleagues on a vaccine to help prevent dengue.
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Proposed DSM Changes Has Parents Worried

As a part of this update, they propose significant changes to the diagnoses ... Anne Dachel, media editor of Age of Autism, explains that just because the ...

Tdap vaccine

By Shannon McDonald After Great Valley High School last week acknowledge two confirmed cases of whooping cough at the school, officials decided to set up a clinic for district parents who'd rather have their children vaccinated than miss three weeks of ...
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Free Pertussis Vaccine Clinic at GVHS Until 1 p.m.

By Pete Kennedy As a system-wide preventative measure, the Chester County Health Department will offer a free vaccine clinic at Great Valley High School on Monday, January 30th. The clinic will be open from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm and is available to ALL ...
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Cervical Cancer

And even women who have been infected with one type of HPV can still receive the vaccine to prevent against other types. Q: How do people get the HPV vaccination? A: In our area, the Planned Parenthood health centers in Grand Rapids, Wyoming, ...
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It's not too late to to fight the flu: Nunavut health officials

This year's flu vaccine campaign kicked off October, 2011 at Nunavut's legislative assembly in Iqaluit, where former health minister Tagak Curley was among the first to receive the vaccine. So far, only 17 per cent of Nunavummiut have received the ...
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Nunatsiaq News

Teens Lacking in Protection Against Hepatitis A

By Todd Neale, Senior Staff Writer, MedPage Today Most adolescents have not been vaccinated against hepatitis A virus, leaving them vulnerable to serious disease as they move into adulthood, a cross-sectional study showed. In 2009, only 42% of US teens ...
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MedPage Today

Vaccine anaphylaxis 'rare'

By Rhiannon Smith | 30 Jan 2012 Anaphylaxis following immunisation is rare and there are no incidents associated with routine infant vaccinations, finds a UK analysis. The study looked at children under 16 in the UK and Ireland with suspected ...
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Three-day national anti-polio campaign begins

ISLAMABAD, Jan 30 (APP): A three-day first nationwide anti-polio vaccination campaign of the year 2012 started on Tuesday to administer drops to children under age of five years throughout the country.Programme Manager, National polio eradication ...
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Lessons from India's Winning War Against Polio

Recently, the world learned about a huge step forward in polio eradication: India, one of only four countries in the world where polio remains a threat to people, has gone one full year without new diagnoses. This doesn't mean full eradication; ...
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NA Speaker urges people to participate in campaign against polio

BEIJING, JAN 30 (APP): The mass-circulated English language daily of China published as many as eight big-size photos depicting the mass marriages ceremony recently held in Pakistan.According to the paper, the mass marriage ceremony was held recently ...
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Whooping cough cases on the rise in Virginia

More than 90 percent of pertussis-related deaths in Virginia from 2000 to 2009 were infants younger than 6-months old. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends a childhood vaccine, as well as a vaccine for anyone 65 or older who has ...
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Pneumonia bug evolves to evade vaccine, study says

Print Email Share Comments Recommend Tweet Bugs that cause childhood pneumonia and meningitis have evolved to evade vaccines by swapping bits of their genome with other bacteria, according to a study published Sunday. The findings, published in Nature ...
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Health alert at university as student, 19, dies of meningitis hours after ...

They were sent a letter with the symptoms of meningitis, urging them to seek medical help if they suspect they have contracted the illness. Each year, the infection affects 3400 people, killing around 300 people. Killing one in ten victims - sometimes ...
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Daily Mail

Child vaccines subject of debate at Statehouse

Connie Newcome, an Inman resident who has lobbied committee members in favor of the bill from home through letters, says the issue of vaccination is one of personal liberties more than public health. “This is not an anti-vaccine bill,” Newcome said.
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SLU doctor's study: No autism, vaccination link

Dr. Kenneth Haller, a pediatrician with Saint Louis University Hospital, also encourages parents and doctors to have open discussions about the MMR vaccine. The article is titled, "I've heard some things that scare me", and reflects that many parents ...
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Downtown building displays Rotary's message to end polio

By Jessica Zook, on Monday, January 30th, 2012 Arizona Rotary Clubs have projected their "End Polio Now" sign on to the North side of the Freeport McMoRan building to enhance awareness of the clubs' goal to end polio. (Evie Carpenter/DD) As Phoenix ...
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Downtown Devil

After polio, Bihar targets kala azar

Patna: Bihar, which has not reported a single case of polio since September 2010, is now turning its attention to kala azar, a disease transmitted by the sand fly that killed at least 50 people and affected 15000 in the state last year.
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Three-day national polio immunization drive starts

ISLAMABAD, Jan 30 (APP): A three-day nationwide anti-polio vaccination campaign commenced on Monday to administer drops to children under age of five years throughout the country.Program Manager, National polio eradication Program, Dr Altaf Bosan said ...
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Why Polio Continues to Thrive in the Country

By Winifred Ogbebo, 30 January 2012 Achieving a polio-free country this year would remain elusive if the setbacks to the realisation of this dream are not addressed, writes WINIFRED OGBEBO. As Nigeria reaches the deadline for polio eradication this ...
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Immunisation plan rolled out

Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine will be given to children between 18 months and six years old by the City as part of the National Pneumococcal Immunisation Programme. CHILDREN between the ages of 18 and 35 months will receive an extra dose of ...
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Tributes paid to 19-year-old meningitis victim Hannah Gwilliam

Tributes have been paid to a "bright and talented" teenager who died of meningitis within hours of complaining of a headache. Fit and healthy Hannah Gwilliam, 19, was said to have been her usual bubbly self in college but fell ill shortly after ...
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Five Things You Need to Know Today, Jan. 30

Flu Clinic Today: The Andover Health Department will be holding a pneumonia flu vaccine clinic. Call to schedule an appointment. New Voting Precincts: Wonder how the new voting precincts will affect you as an Andover voter?
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The Situation Room: Autism, Vaccines, and Agent Orange

Managing Editor's Note: We're proud to welcome Dan Burns as our newest Age of Autism Contributing Editor. Dan has an adult son with autism named Ben, ...

Health officials hope to slow whooping cough epidemic with free vaccinations

Earlier this month, Goldbaum said that the disease, also known as pertussis, "is epidemic in our community." Since the beginning of the month, one or more cases have been reported in schools in Marysville, Bothell, Everett, Granite Falls, Lake Stevens, ...
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Public warned of floodwater health risks

"There's submerged objects and people can receive very bad cuts, get infection," he said. "We need to remind people to make sure if they are working at homes and cleaning up, to make sure their tetanus shots, their immunisation are in place."
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Measles outbreak in United States

Travellers should be aware that an American state has experienced an outbreak of measles, beginning at the start of the year when two housemates contracted the virus. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) said the outbreak began in ...
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Rotary International pushes for global polio eradication by year-end

BY TANESHA MUNDLE Observer staff reporter SHAKIL Ansari, the past district governor of Rotary International and chairman of the Eastern Mediterranean Regional Polio Plus Committee, says the charitable society is aiming to ...
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End of an era

"The focus of the health department is to promote public health in the city and county," he said. "That includes public health emergencies, personal health issues, immunizations, water safety and well water safety, environmental health, sanitation and ...
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Best practice

It is more commonly known as pneumococcus, and it is known to cause various diseases, including pneumonia, bacteraemia, otitis media, and the dreaded meningitis. Despite hearing about the severity of the diseases pneumococcus can cause, many parents ...
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Watch out for the deadly bug symptoms

A LIFE-SAVING campaign has been launched urging people in Eastbourne to trust their instincts if they suspect a case of meningitis. The charity wants people to have the confidence to trust their instincts if they suspect meningitis and to keep pushing ...
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Mother urges parents to look out for meningitis symptoms

By Liza-Jane Gillespie » A DURSLEY mother whose son was left fighting for his life with meningitis is urging parents to trust their instincts as part of a national campaign. Aurelie Brunet-Lua thought her four-month-old son Mattia was teething when he ...
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Texas legislature requires meningitis shot for university students

State legislation passed in June 2011 requires all university students in Texas to provide meningitis vaccination documents to their institution by Jan. 31 or face being barred from class registration. Meningitis is an infection that affects the ...
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Thimerosal | StuffWeComeUpWit

This is def. a must watch video, I know it's a bit long (10 mins), but trust me it's worth it. It's a short documentary from ABC's 20/20. Here's a little description of this ...

How bacteria behind serious childhood disease evolve to evade vaccines

In research funded by the Wellcome Trust, scientists at the University of Oxford and at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta studied what happened after the introduction of this vaccine in the US. They used the latest genomic ...
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Advice: Stay home when whooping cough hits

Saratoga County Health Department officials said they were concerned that some children are returning to school too soon after being tested for the highly contagious illness, also known as pertussis, and said if a pediatrician tests a child's throat ...
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Molecular Relationship between Field and Vaccine Strain of Measles Virus and ...

Countrywide 5.9 million, 0-11 Month old children are immunized annually by EPI (Expended Program on Immunization) against 8 vaccine preventable diseases including measles and so on. Unfortunately the basic immunity centers are not uniform throughout ...
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Vaccine effectiveness reduced by common toxin

... reaction to tetanus and diphtheria vaccines, according to the study published in last Tuesday's Journal of the American Medical Association. “Previous studies have suggested that vaccine effectiveness may be reduced by other chemicals, like PCBs, ...
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Boston Globe

Colorado wants mandatory flu shots for most hospital and nursing home workers

The state board of health will vote next month on new rules requiring low- and high-risk medical facilities to hit employee flu-vaccine targets that step up each year, to 90 percent of workers in 2014. The Colorado Hospital Association supports ...
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Flu vaccine available on campus Tuesday

"We want individuals to know that it isn't too late to get the vaccine for this flu season," Saunders said. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website, the single best way to protect against the flu is to get vaccinated each ...
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Polio: One case confirmed in Khanewal

A polio case has been confirmed in the sub district Jahanian of district Khanewal. A four-year-old Muhamad Waqas, son of laborer Muhammad Rafiq, is found infected with the polio virus. According to the Muhammad Rafiq first he had took his child to a ...
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The Express Tribune

Pancake breakfast to benefit Polio Plus

All proceeds from the breakfast will benefit the Polio Plus program. Tickets are five dollars each and can be purchased at the door. Polio Plus is an international program created by Rotary International in 1985. The long term goal of the program is to ...
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Polio cases rise by 33pc

Pakistan has reported a total of 192 cases so far, but several pending cases from last year are still under examination at the Polio Virology Lab at the NIH, and the final count for 2012 will be recorded by the end of January.
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Health ministry yet to initiate action on violations in trials of HPV vaccine ...

Even after several months since the expert committee found irregularities in the clinical trials of Human Papilloma Virus Vaccine (HPV vaccine) that allegedly caused deaths of a few trial subjects, the authorities are still sitting on the report and ...
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STV Public Health Clinic opening soon

“One of the big services that you can get is free childhood immunization,” added Murphy. She explained the public health program has increased the immunization rate in Pinal County from around 40 percent to over 80 percent. “An immunized child protects ...
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Boulder Valley vaccination rates low

Though some public-health officials have said the Associated Press ranking exaggerates the vaccine-refusal rates in Colorado, most said there is worrisome sentiment building against immunization. They said Colorado's education system makes it too easy ...
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General Assembly Considers Reversing HPV Legislation

The General Assembly is considering reversing a law that requires girls get a vaccine for Human papillomavirus or HPV before they reach the sixth grade. A bill to repeal that requirement passed one hurdle in the House, but it's stirring up debate in ...
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About 100 students still need meningitis vaccinations

Roughly 2000 new students this semester successfully complied with the new state meningitis vaccine requirement, university spokeswoman Kristin Sullivan said. Sullivan said students who were not vaccinated and did not show proof of vaccination by last ...
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Common household chemicals might harm kids' immunity

The team of researchers, from the United States and Denmark, showed that elevated exposures to perfluorinated compounds (PFCs) in early childhood was associated with a reduced immune response to two routine immunizations. "We found that PFC pollution ...
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National Immunisation Days begin today

The first (National Immunisation Days (NIDs) of the year are scheduled on January 30, 31 and February 01'2012. Pakistan has reported a total of 192 cases so far, but several pending cases from last year are still under examination at the Polio Virology ...
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All set for the drive in capital

The Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) Administration and Capital Development Authority (CDA) have made arrangements in coordination with concerned departments to launch a four-day national immunisation drive against polio in urban and rural areas of ...
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Over 90000 children to get anti-polio drops

KARACHI: Member Provincial Assembly (MPA) Nishat Muhammad Zia Qadri was informed on Sunday that over 90000 children would be given anti-polio vaccine drops during the campaign against polio in the Shah Faisal zone, District East.
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Anti-polio campaign from tomorrow

ISLAMABAD: The Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) administration and the Capital Development Authority (CDA) have made special arrangements in coordination with all the departments concerned to launch a four-day national immunisation drive against polio ...
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Every child must get polio vaccine at least 8-10 times: Shahnaz Wazir Ali

Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Social Sector Shahnaz Wazir Ali here on Sunday said every child should be vaccinated polio drops at least 8 to 10 time to keep them safe from this fatal disease. Diarrhea is a common disease among children and ...
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PM to inaugurate anti-polio campaign today

With 35 million children under the age of five years being targeted, Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani will inaugurate the year's first countrywide immunisation campaign today (Monday) by administering anti-polio drops to children.
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Polio campaign begins today

The Expanded Programme on Immunisation (EPI), Sindh, will mark the beginning of the current year's first national polio immunisation campaign on Monday, vaccinating 7.4 million children against the scourge. The EPI's manager in Sindh Dr Mazhar ...
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Polio drive in 27 Balochistan districts from today

By Mohammad Zafar QUETTA: A massive campaign against polio will be launched today (Monday) in 27 districts of Balochistan, which saw the highest number of cases due to the virus in the world in 2011. At least 73 children fell victim to polio in the ...
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Study No link between HPV vaccine and autoimmune disorders USATODAYcom

The human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine Gardasil does not trigger autoimmune disorders according to a new study.

Dangerous New Flu Vaccine for Seniors

The new vaccine was created specifically for seniors, 65 and older. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are quick to reassure seniors that Fluzone is just as safe as regular seasonal flu vaccines. If you read the details on the CDC website, ...
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OpenFile Coast to Coast: Electric cars, the war on graffiti, and The Dirty

Our colleagues in Halifax examined why kids are still coming down with the chicken pox after receiving vaccinations. Health officials in Nova Scotia began offering the vaccinations in 2003, but parents report their vaccinated kids are catching the ...
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How to usher in vaccinnovation in India

Similarly, other important vaccines like Hepatitis B, Pentavalent and Hib from the Indian industry are low priced and suitable for introduction into the Expanded Program of Immunisation (EPI). This has been possible due to competition amongst the ...
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FDR birthday balls helped raise funds, awareness in polio battle

That was Charles S. Kirkpatrick's slogan for the seven annual Depression-era “President's Birthday Balls,” in which high society types and assorted hoity-toity danced into the midnight hour for a good cause — ending the scourge of polio.
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