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Daily News 2012-08-22


vacciination news sandy Labor Unions Oppose Mandatory Flu Shots as AMA Cherry-Picks Ethics to Endorse Vaccine Mandates

In Defense of Science: An Interview with NCSE’s Eugenie Scott

MMR delay as GP surgery runs out

Yellow fever added to vaccine list

Fort Detrick scientist who improved anthrax vaccine after 2001 attacks is Heyman finalist

As Tuberculosis Grows More Difficult to Control, Vaccine Candidate to Prevent Disease Enters Clinical Testing

First universal HIV vaccine could be on its way, say researchers - The first effective universal HIV vaccine may soon be on its way thanks to a family of highly potent (HP) antibodies which neutralise the virus, according to new findings.

How to: Predict vaccine coverage by modelling

Vaccine Resistance Linked to Religious Objections

Dynavax (DVAX): Hepatitis B Vaccine Drug Application Accepted For Review In Europe

Vaccine and autism debate masks real problem

New Illinois law expands vaccine access to children

Know Your Rights Hour - Wednesday, 9–10am EST. Hosted by Dr. Mayer Eisenstein & Vaccine Rights Attorney Alan Phillips

Unlicensed operators, unskilled minders blamed for rise in infant deaths

Why sleep affects potency of vaccines

A Parent’s Guide: What to do if Your Child Dies After Vaccination by Catherine J. Frompovich - Vactruth


Nancy Hastings: August means preparation, immunizations

BI-LO Launches Vaccination Program - Shoppers can receive three levels of this year's flu vaccine at in-store pharmacies.

CDC reports surge in US West Nile virus activity

Adjuvant Development Program

VRAN E-Bulletin  August 2012

June, 2012: The VAERS Wayback Machine

Alnylam Publishes Positive Results On Dendritic Cell Cancer Vaccine -Quick Facts

Shots can slow whooping cough; vaccinations work - More than 3,800 cases of the highly contagious respiratory disease have been reported statewide.

Health director pushes pertussis vaccine - State has 2,300 cases

NIH uses genome sequencing to help quell bacterial outbreak in Clinical Center - Genomics and microbiology experts collaborate in hospital infection control

Fina signs licensing deal for pneumococcal conjugate vaccines

... to develop and manufacture pneumococcal conjugate vaccine in the Asian country. Under the terms of the agreement, Fina will receive an upfront payment, ...

How to Predict Vaccine Coverage By Modelling

They tested the model using data from a 1990s measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine scare in England, and a 1970s pertussis (whooping cough) vaccine scare in Wales to see how well their model predicted vaccine coverage and disease outbreaks in ...
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Bavarian Nordic at Risk as U.S. Weighs Smallpox Order

Bavarian Nordic A/S (BAVA), the largest vaccine maker in Denmark, will need to fire hundreds of workers and shut down a factory if it doesn't receive an order for a smallpox vaccine from the U.S. government by January, the company's chief executive ...
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Dad tackles Great North Run for charity after Coventry actress daughter and ...

DOTING dad Brian Wilkinson, father of Coventry actress Holly Matthews, has more reasons than most to tackle this year's Great North Run. The 54-year-old watched in horror as Holly battled meningitis 20 years ago. Then last year he was devastated when ...
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Meningitis survivor speaks out

Kellie Blizard. Tania Wolfgramm's limbs are pocked with coin-sized scars, a reminder of how fortunate she is to be alive. Step back nine years and Ms Wolfgramm, then 40, had meningitis and was lying in a coma in Auckland Hospital, her body in septic shock.
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Mother's meningitis diary reveals how her healthy daughter was ravaged by the ...

One of my little sisters got very ill in meningitis when she was just about to turn four. I was seven myself and still remember how mum found her unconscious in the toilet one morning. Doctors told my parents to prepare for the worst as they were sure ...
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Daily Mail

Yet More Progress Against Polio

Angola's achievement underscores just how much progress humanity has made against this disease since the Global Polio Eradication Initiative was launched in 1988. These gains, however, are not certain. This year, polio eradication efforts face a ...
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Dr. Shuller recalls Polio epidemic

McALESTER — The summer of 1949 brings memories of widespread panic and helplessness as the Polio epidemic spread it's dark wings over the city of McAlester, according to a long time McAlester pediatrician. Dr. Thurman Shuller, 98, was a young ...
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Health to vaccinate over 5000 children against measles

Sumbe – Some 5.271 children, aged from six months to 15 years, will be vaccinated against measles vaccine in the central Kwanza Sul province. This is part of the campaign happening on 17-23 August, aimed at fighting against the referred disease.
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Doctors recommend immunizations

"We got Tdap which is tetanus, diphtheria and Pertussis ," said Hemphill resident Barbara Galloway. A vaccine required for all school-aged kids. Being a pharmacist, Galloway knows the importance of the shot. "Pertussis is what's called whooping cough ...
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Dr. John: Blood sugar, pertussis vaccine

Is there a separate vaccine for pertussis? It is my understanding that it is combined as the Tdap vaccine. As a preschool teacher, I asked my doctor for the vaccine booster. However, I was told I could not have since I had received a tetanus booster ...
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9NEWS.com

Infants to receive rotavirus vaccine in Sask.

Saskatchewan is making a vaccine against a common gastro-intestinal childhood illness available starting in November. The province is adding a two-dose oral vaccine against rotavirus to its infant immunization program. The vaccine is meant for babies ...
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Vaccine and autism debate masks real problem

On the other side are vaccine proponents such as actress Amanda Peet, who publicly supports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's recommended vaccination schedule and declared that parents who do not vaccinate their children are “parasites.
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MSU News

More Patients Are Responding to the Call to Use Clinics

Immunisation is important to eliminate vaccine preventable illnesses such as pneumonia, diarrhea and measles among children. And parents must understand that they have an obligation to ensure that their children have received all the necessary ...
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Children born to older women have a better start in life, claims study

Babies were also 98.1% likely to have had their immunisations if their mother was 40 compared to 94.6% if their mother was half that age. The authors say that older mothers tend to be more educated, have higher incomes and be married - all factors ...
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Daily Mail

Baby Boomers: Get Tested For Hepatitis C

Hepatitis B (HBV): Is blood-borne and contracted through exchange of body fluids such as in sexual contact, sharing needles, razor blades, and toothbrushes, infected tattoo equipment, or--before 1992--blood transfusions. There is a vaccine to prevent ...
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Dynavax (DVAX): Hepatitis B Vaccine Drug Application Accepted For Review In ...

(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 immunization against infection caused by all known ...
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Good girls get cancer

I simply can't get my head wrapped around the fact that although the Calgary Catholic School District has alleged they have no is-sue with the HPV vaccine, they will not implement it for fear it may promote promiscuity. So good girls don't get cervical ...
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Nurses urge meningitis vaccination for preteens

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah nurses are urging pre-teens to get vaccinated for potential deadly and highly contagious meningitis as they head back to school. The Utah School Nurse Association says vaccination is recommended for 11- or 12 year-olds with ...
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Butts County Rotarians welcome district officials

Many know of Rotary because of its fight to eradicate polio worldwide. One man came to a Rotary meeting years ago, with a dream of helping to fight against polio. Now, 25 years later, the world is only three countries away from being polio-free ...
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Whooping cough cases rise

Locally, two cases of whooping cough were reported in Douglas County between Jan. 1 and Aug. 14, according to the Wisconsin Department of Health Services Aug. 15 pertussis report. Another six were reported in Bayfield County, two in Sawyer County and ...
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Cover your mouth

Pertussis, better known by its general name “whooping cough” or the “hundred days cough,” is an extremely contagious bacterial disease. —an extremely contagious bacterial disease becoming more and more commonplace right in our own backyard.
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Prison Planet.com » Vaccine shills now pushing Gardasil jab on ...

Ever since Gardasil, the vaccine for human papillomavirus (HPV), hit the market back in 2006, the vaccine industry has been pushing the three-part jab on more ...
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WHO calls for emergency cholera vaccine stockpile

The World Health Organization is calling for an emergency cholera vaccine stockpile to respond to outbreaks like the 2010 Haiti outbreak more quickly and effectively. A recent successful vaccination project in Haiti that vaccinated 100,000 people in ...
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Yellow fever added to vaccine list

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) maintains a travel information website at www.cdc.gov/travel . Visitors to the site will find yellow fever vaccine requirements or recommendations for different counties. The yellow fever vaccine is ...
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Italian Embassy to Continue Funding Zim Immunisation

THE Italian Embassy in Zimbabwe says it is committed to continue funding immunisation programmes in Zimbabwe to ensure a better future for children in the country. Commenting on the country's immunisation programme, Italian Ambassador to Zimbabwe ...
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In back-to-school rush, help students get a healthy start

USA TODAY spoke to experts in child health — Atlanta pediatrician and author Jennifer Shu, medical editor of the American Academy of Pediatrics' ...

HPV vaccine: Safe, effective, and underused

If I were to tell you that such a vaccine exists, but only a small minority of teens receives this protection, would you be shocked, surprised? The HPV vaccine is safe and effective, he explains, yet too few people are aware of its benefits. To learn ...
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'No one' has issue with HPV vaccine: Catholic Catholic School District chair

Members of Calgary's Catholic board say they have no problem with a vaccine aimed at preventing cervical cancer, but still don't believe it has a place in city schools. This comes despite claims by an advocacy that it will publicly fundraise to fight ...
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Parents' vigil as son battles with meningitis

THE parents of a 15-year-old boy who continues to battle a rare form of meningitis have sung the praises of their friends and family for their unwavering support. Daniel Davis, a member of the Young Firefighters group in Tonypandy, was struck down with ...
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MMR delay as GP surgery runs out

Brough and South Cave Medical Practice was unable to make vaccination appointments to immunise children against measles, mumps and rubella (MMR). ​. INVESTIGATION: Brough and South Cave Medical Practice ran out of the MMR vaccine. The Mail ...
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This is Hull and East Riding

Measles soaring in Birmingham 'because children are not being immunised'

“Although the increase in the number of cases is not a huge rise, we can see the number of those suffering measles has gone up. “It seems to work in cycles with the numbers going up and down. “There isn't really much we can do once someone is diagnosed ...
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Health director pushes pertussis vaccine

NEW ULM - Brown County Public Health Director Karen Moritz told commissioners Tuesday that Minnesota has more than 2300 confirmed pertussis (whooping cough) cases this year. She promoted the Tdap vaccine for adults and children age seven and ...
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PhilHealth offers discounted pneumococcal vaccine to lifetime members

22 (PIA) -- The Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) is offering a 60 discount on the pneumococcal vaccine to its members and their ...

Illinois reports third case of H3N2v swine flu

WHO calls for emergency cholera vaccine stockpile → ... Approximately 225 cases of H3N2v swine flu have been reported in nine states this year by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, according to Associated Press. “We expect the number of ...
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Vaccine News Daily (blog)

Olive View-UCLA hospital treats severe tuberculosis cases

Tuesday, August 21st, 2012. Vaccine News Daily. Skip to content. Home · About Us · Contact Us · Log In · ← WHO calls for emergency cholera vaccine stockpile · Swine flu spreads to Maryland → ... Africa AIDS anthrax Australia Avian flu Canada Cancer ...
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Vaccine News Daily (blog)

Commentary - Whooping cough prevention: Ensure the health of your family

And as grandparents, parents or as a caretaker, you should consider getting a booster vaccine. ... Unfortunately, this year, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is reporting a major whooping cough outbreak across two-thirds of the country.
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PATH Malaria Vaccine Initiative to develop standardized measures for malaria ...

The PATH Malaria Vaccine Initiative will be working with the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative and Imperial College London to measure the capacity of different vaccine candidates in human clinical testing to elicit an immune response aimed at ...
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Vaccine News Daily (blog)

Get your kids' immunization shots up to date

The vaccine helps prevent, you guessed it, hepatitis B, which can lead to severe liver damage, liver cancer and, in some cases, death. Vaccines are important because, ultimately, they save lives and protect society at large. Before the invention of the ...
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Double amputee inspires hope in young victim of meningitis

Deven Jackson lay in bed at Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest, his tiny frame tucked under a New York Giants fleece blanket and his eyes drawn to a magazine photo of Jerod Minich rock climbing in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area.
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Public Health – Seattle & King County urges back-to-school immunizations

King County reminds parents to include updating immunizations on their children's back-to-school list. “Immunizations are a very safe and effective way to keep children healthy and in school,” said David Fleming, director and health officer for public ...
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08-22-12 7th Annual Flu Vaccination Clinic

... guardian MUST be present and complete the consent form for children to receive the flu vaccination. The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) recommends a yearly flu vaccine as the first and most important step in protecting against flu ...
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Vaccines Wear Off, How To Stay Safe

So doctors and even the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are trying to flag everyone down! "We think of a vaccine as a long-term preventative maintenance, not only do we prevent ourselves from getting sick. We prevent our friends and family ...
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WFMY News 2

Schools asked to help needy families

As well as pre-announced key policies such as increasing immunisation rates, reducing rheumatic fever rates, increasing participation in early childhood education and reducing assaults on children, the policy included specific public sector changes.
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Stuff.co.nz

Physician Focus: Adults, get your shots

It's important to recognize that new vaccines are constantly being developed and recommendations for shots can change over time. A hepatitis B vaccination, for example, is now recommended for all adults 19-59 who have diabetes – a large and growing ...
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Why sleep affects potency of vaccines

Researchers in a study, which explored whether sleep duration, sleep efficiency and sleep quality affect the antibody response to hepatitis B vaccinations on adults in good health, found that sleep duration is directly linked to vaccine immune response.
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Immunizations are important for Children

Immunizations greatly reduce disease in the people who receive them and provide protection to those they come into contact with. They help prevent infectious diseases and save lives. Immunizations are the most cost-effective preventive health measure.
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Mark Geier's license suspended in Florida, revoked in Indiana

... and vaccine-causation segments of the autism communities. ... The idea that mercury is involved in autism etiology is a failed hypothesis on it's own.

The Next Horrible Virus Outbreak Might Be Our Fault

Smallpox, for example, is only kept alive in two facilities in the entire world—one in the US, and one in Russia—where samples can be held to the highest possible quarantine levels, and every possible safety mechanism is applied. We do that because ...
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LIT students receive extension on meningitis vaccine requirement

LIT students receive extension on meningitis vaccine requirement 0 comments. BEAUMONT – Students who did not get their bacterial meningitis vaccination in time for the compliance date of Friday, Aug. 17, may apply for an extension for the vaccination ...
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Bacterial meningitis: What should you know?

Bacterial meningitis is serious and can be life-threatening. Approximately 4000 cases of bacterial meningitis are documented each year in the U.S., and it is the cause of about 500 deaths annually, ranking it among the top ten most common causes of ...
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Health Dept. urges pertussis immunizations

Dr. Chris Urbina, chief medical officer and executive director of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, said recently, "We are alerting the public to an epidemic number of pertussis cases in Colorado and are urging Coloradans to get ...
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Four infants die after vaccination

DIPAYAL: Four infants between nine and 14 months have died within 24 hours after they were administered measles and DPT vaccines at a village in Doti district. The parents of the deceased said their children showed signs of pallor and vomited profusely ...
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National Council On Aging Urges Older Adults To Get Their Annual Influenza ...

21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — With the flu season fast approaching, the National Council on Aging (NCOA) supports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) influenza immunization recommendations and urges older adults to receive an annual ...
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Whooping Cough Outbreak: Top 10 Things You Should Know

A full 92 percent of adults are no longer inoculated against the disease — in large part because most Americans don't know that a new booster vaccine exists for the disease. And if adults catch the pertussis — as the disease is formally known — they ...
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PBS

Don't forget your holiday MMR vaccination

Health bosses across the county are appealing for people to ensure they are fully immunised against measles, mumps and rubella in good time before flying abroad. It comes as the Department of Health released figures showing a recent spike in measles ...
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