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

Daily News 2012-11-05

Vaccination News Links Sandy The Know Your Rights Hour by Know Your Rights Hour in Health - Special guest Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, a leading expert of vaccine medical issues, joins Dr. Mayer Eisenstein and Attorney Alan Phillips as they discuss current vaccine medical and legal issues.

Chickenpox immunization leads to shingles – KTVU San Francisco by The Refusers

Mickayla from Maine - SaneVax

Best of AofA: Worth a Shot - Age of Autism

Age of Autism Weekly Wrap: Trillions and Trillions of Mercury Atoms by Dan Olmsted - Age of Autism

New DNA vaccine technology poised to deliver safe and cost-effective disease protection -
New and increasingly sophisticated vaccines are taking aim at a broad range of disease-causing pathogens, targeting them with greater effectiveness at lower cost and with improved measures to ensure safety.

The Birth of a Warrior - There is a special place in my soul for the Hepatitis B vaccine. It’s not the “rainbows and unicorns” part of my soul. It’s more like this part…

Astellas Pharma launches new combined vaccine in Japan

Saudi Arabia reports third novel coronavirus case

Extra MMR vaccine helped prevent mumps in outbreak - Giving kids and teens in a New York community a third dose of the measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) vaccine likely helped halt a mumps outbreak in late 2009 and early 2010, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

WHO Says Routine Vaccination Reaches 4 in 5 Children but 22 Million Still Miss Out

Bill Gates Funding Research for Drones to Deliver Vaccines |

When Sanofi thought to leave France

Meth Vaccine Helps Addicts Committed to Recovery

Flu shot mandatory at Mercy - Spokesman: ‘We decided to go for the maximum right away’

Doctors Dismiss Study That Says Chelation Helps Heart Patients

Doctor explains how extreme temperature shifts increase risk of airborne FrankenFlu

What Will The FDA Look Like After The Election? by Ed Silverman

Flu Vaccines rejected by St. Louis EMTs: study

Clinical trials for first-ever human hookworm vaccine advance

Third MMR Dose May Help in Mumps Outbreak

Autism "Danish Study" Author is "On the Run..." - Poul Thorsen -  Makes US "Top Ten Most Wanted" List

Most UK Medics Refusing Flu Vaccines – UK’s New Chief Medical Officer Resorts To Bullying - ChildHealthSafety

Novartis Not in Favor of Lower Euro-Swiss Franc Floor - Report

More than 22 million children not fully vaccinated with DTP worldwide

Pre-teen girls targeted in cervical cancer fight
Our children are routinely targeted by drug companies, pedophiles and corporations

TapImmune Chairman Provides Corporate Update Including Progress on Clinical Trial Program and Scientific Collaborations

Christina England and Erwin Alber Discuss All About Vaccine Damages The Link To Child Stealing By The State Munchassens By Proxy And The Good Work of Lisa Blakemore Brown Part 1

Did President Obama Restore Science to Its Rightful Place?

UK Government Awards £1.7M Grant to PsiOxus Therapeutics for Second Phase I/II Clinical Trial of Cancer Vaccine

Political irritation over animal epidemics - Critics of vaccination campaigns, including organic farmers and smallholders, are challenging a reform of regulations on animal epidemics. It is the only issue to come to a nationwide vote on November 25.

Call for strict monitoring of vaccination programme - Participants in an advocacy seminar on Friday urged the government to devise an independent monitoring system with non-governmental organisations and civil society on board to ensure proper use of the expensive pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV), which will become part of the Sindh government’s routine immunization programme for infants by mid November.

Number of People Getting Vaccinated Against Flu Falls

Greater than 22 million children worldwide are not fully vaccinated with DTP (Video)

New Employer-Sponsored Program Effective at Increasing Influenza Vaccination - Study first to show positive impact of engaging industrial employees and their families

Check it out: Free vaccines, arts celebration, insects, more

NEWS SCAN: Hospital flu confirmations, H5 outbreak in Nepal, Marburg travel notice

Pakistan to get closer to Millennium Development Goals

The results of the unethical and misbegotten Trial to Asess Chelation Therapy (TACT) are finally revealed

Death toll reaches 30 in fungal meningitis outbreak

Meningitis outbreak toll rises as complications surface

Meningitis: More Tainted Drugs, Cases at 404

Did Schooling Method Spread Mumps in Orthodox Jewish Communities?

WEDNESDAY, Oct. 31 (HealthDay News) — With intense exposure to the mumps virus, even some vaccinated people may still contract the disease, researchers say. That's what health experts believe happened in several Orthodox Jewish communities that ...
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Study: Mumps Outbreak In Orthodox Community Traced To Face-to-face Schooling

A face-to-face educational method used among Orthodox Jews apparently led to a U.S. outbreak of mumps in 2009 and 2010 even though most of those infected had been properly vaccinated, according to a U.S. study. The outbreak, detailed in the New ...
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Yeshiva World News

Measles Detected in Eldoret

SIX suspected cases of measles have been detected in Eldoret East, a medical officer of health has said. However, district medical officer of health Jones Cheruiyot said no deaths have been reported as a result of the disease. "It is good that we have ...
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Kenya: Kavonokya Warned Over Measles Jabs

The Kavonokya sect has been asked to take their children for immunisation against measles or be punished. The sect does not believe in the use of modern medicine. "The government will not spare them if they fail to take children for immunisation ...
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More bacteria found in NECC products

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently announced that its labs, as well as labs from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, identified bacteria in samples of recalled betamethasone and cardiopeligia from the pharmacy. The FDA said ...
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Vaccine News Daily (blog)

Third MMR Vaccine Dose Can Curtail Mumps Outbreak

Administering a third dose of the measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine reduced the village-wide attack rate by about 75 percent in a community experiencing a large mumps outbreak despite a high rate of previous MMR vaccination, according to research ...
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The Contenders: The Sessions

It doesn't take much to give in and enjoy Ben Lewin's fascinating “The Sessions”. Based on the true story of California based poet and writer Mark O'Brien, the film deals with O'Brien's struggle with Polio and being forced to use an iron lung the rest ...
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Dissent in the face of success

This seemingly impossible goal was achieved by repeatedly dosing some 150 million children — up to 25 times in the first five years of their lives — with the Sabin Oral Polio Vaccine (OPV). But has this unprecedented public health effort actually ...
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Big Progress Seen in Global Immunization, But Millions Are Still Unprotected

It's fair for international public health leaders to take pride in the vastly improved rates of child immunization around the globe over the past three decades. But a new report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control reveals key areas where more ...
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Health roundup: US suicide rate rose with recession

Meningitis and more: New medical complications are showing up in some patients treated for fungal meningitis in an outbreak traced to contaminated steroid shots. Some of the patients have developed spinal abscesses or a hard-to-treat type of ...
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Disease detectives curbed spread of meningitis

She camped out in her office for three weeks, leading a team of state workers as they traced the source of what would become a national outbreak of fungal meningitis. Within the first three days, they had enough evidence to alert federal officials of ...
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Fungal meningitis outbreak may cause additional drug shortages (Video)

The sister firm of the NECC, the compounding pharmacy whose contaminated drugs were at the center of the fungal meningitis outbreak, Ameridose has been shut down. This is at the urging of the FDA after the they recalled more than 2,000 products that it ...
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Astellas Pharma launches new combined vaccine in Japan

Nov 05, 2012 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) -- Astellas Pharma Inc., a Japan based pharmaceutical company, has announced the launch of combined vaccine called Quattrovac subcutaneous injection syringe for the prevention of pertussis, diphtheria, tetanus, ...
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Migori measles drive targets 120000

Over 120,000 children in Migori will benefit from the national measles vaccination campaign launched on Saturday. Speaking during the launch of the drive in Rongo, health officials asked parents to ensure their children are vaccinated against the ...
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Kavonokya warned over measles jabs

Members of the Kavonokya sect from Mwingi East district with their sick children in a ward after they were forcefully taken to the Mwingi district hospital following a measles outbreak earlier in the year. Photo/Musembi Nzengu. The Kavonokya sect has ...
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HPV Vaccination Does Not Change Sexual Behaviors in Teens ...

When human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine was first licensed, there was concern that vaccinating young girls could lead to increases in risky sexual behaviors.

Election Day 2012: A Choice of Cancer or Polio?

If Indians should vote in elections called by the colonial state, the question becomes for whom? It is axiomatic that we vote our interests, but which of many interests? I maintain that we should reserve voting as Indians to helping allies or hurting ...
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Indian Country Today Media

MTS Tries to Spread Polio Awareness

MTS India is committed to the fight against Polio and has been associated with the IUEPN program for more than two years now. The Company has actively participated in awareness drives in several states including West Bengal, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, ...
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Analysts At William Blair Maintain Outperform On Dynavax Technologies

Dynavax's lead product candidate is Heplisav, a Phase 3 investigational adult hepatitis B vaccine designed to provide higher and earlier protection with fewer doses than currently licensed vaccines. Heplisav combines hepatitis B surface antigen with a ...
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Breakthroughs include a meningitis vaccine and treating stroke and cancer ...

An advance in immunisation against meningitis is one of the breakthroughs secured by CRN research. Studies proved a new vaccine provided better protection for children against pneumococcal disease and the vaccination programme in England was ...
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Daily Mail

New Case of Fungal Meningitis in Illinois

The contamination and injection exposed those patients to a very rare, but life-threatening form of brain and spinal cord inflammation known as fungal meningitis. It arises when a fungus enters the body and inflames certain membranes that protect the ...
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Gardasil questions Straight Dope Message Board

March 20128 months ago my seemingly 100% healthy 26 year old Korean girlfriend was administered the first of three Gardasil vaccination shots at the ...

U'Khand :Pulse polio campaign conducted

Senior officials of the health department visited Doon Women's hospital, to ensure that that Pulse Polio Campaign was not disrupted by ANM workers strike. As part of an alternative measure state's Health and Family Welfare Department engaged ASHA ...
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Jagran Post

Rotary International and global partners contribute to a polio-free India

“Making India polio-free through the spectacular work of the global polio eradication initiative partners and the government of India, demonstrates that successful public/private partnerships can overcome significant barriers to access to health to ...
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Immunization clinic set for North Pole Fire Department

FAIRBANKS — Fairbanks public health nurses will offer an immunization clinic from 3-6 p.m. Nov. 15 at the North Pole Fire Department. All childhood immunizations will be available, including varicella and flu for those who are eligible. Parents and ...
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Holy Spirit division keeps watch on Calgary policy

HPV is one of the most common sexually transmitted infections and it can cause penile, vaginal and neck cancers as well as genital warts. Earlier this month, researchers published a study in the journal Pediatrics indicating the HPV vaccine has not ...
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Meningitis outbreak offers lawmakers a chance for rare bipartisanship

U.S. Rep. Ed Markey, D-Mass., speaks at a news conference outside the New England Compounding Center in Framingham, Mass., on Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012. Markey outlined a plan to more closely regulate compounding pharmacies like the NECC which is ...
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Extra MMR vaccine helped prevent mumps in outbreak

... Giving kids and teens in a New York community a third dose of the measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) vaccine likely helped halt a mumps outbreak in late 2009 and early 2010, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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No job too big for 'human tornado'

It's the reason Michael Sheldrick, a 24-year-old law student, managed to convince Prime Minister Julia Gillard and other world leaders to contribute more than $100 million to help eradicate polio. For his efforts he has been nominated for Young ...
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'Hevruta' Talmud study shown to spread mumps

A new study in the New England Journal of Medicine has found that ultra-Orthodox boys who sit in hevrutot – face-to-face groups studying the Talmud in close quarters – were more likely to contract the mumps – even though they had received the requisite ...
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Polio drive: CDA misses target

Besides, according to a report of the Expanded Programme for Immunisation (EPI) shared with this reporter by an EPI official, parents of 211 children also refused to take the polio drops in the capital city. “Most of these children missed the polio ...
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India parleys Nigeria, others on polio eradication

ON the instance of the Independent Monitoring Board (IMB) of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI), India has begun sharing with Nigeria, Afghanistan and Pakistan her polio eradication experiences. Also, the latest edition of Weekly Polio ...
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Disputed polio case was from Bajaur Agency, declares NSC

Rawalpindi. A special committee, formed by the federal government to ascertain the origin of a disputed confirmed case of polio, has declared that the three-year-old patient who stayed in Rawalpindi for over two years contracted the disease in Bajaur ...
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34% turnout at pulse polio booths

The 2051 static and 112 transit polio booths organised in the city for the purpose recorded 34% turnout and the programme would now continue in form of a week-long door-to-door campaign till November 9. The target for the pulse polio drive was to cover ...
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Pakistan to get closer to Millennium Development Goals

Jamal Raza while elaborating the devastation of the disease, he said approximately 70 children (under the age of 5 years) die each day in Pakistan due to pneumococcal pneumonia. The natural disasters like floods, Tsunami, torrential rains, earthquakes ...
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News Tribe

UBC researchers advocate HPV vaccine scrutiny | Vancouver Canada ...

A human papillomavirus vaccine may trigger fatal autoimmune or neurological events in some cases, two UBC researchers say.


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