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Daily News 2012-08-21


Sandys site vaccinationnews4 children die, 12 taken ill after receiving vaccination

Is the CDC Deliberately Hiding the Truth about the Link between Autism and Mercury in Vaccines?

Law lowers age for pharmacist vaccinations

Macoupin County Health Department holds vaccine clinics

Seattle company trying to make vaccinations more pleasant

Successful growth of BioDiem's Virus in VIVALIS EB66R Cell Line

Students Say Meningitis Vaccine Is Too Expensive

Linderman Unleashed - Sane Vax Inc and the Gardacil vaccinations, SBS (Shaken Baby Syndrome) and more

Many parents unaware of whooping cough threat (video)

Vaccines in the Pipeline For Diseases Affecting Children Worldwide

PATH Malaria Vaccine Initiative (MVI) Creates New Central "Reference" Lab, Standardizing Ability to Measure Performance of Malaria Vaccine Formulations

Alberta eases fears of polio vaccine shortage

National Council On Aging Urges Older Adults To Get Their Annual Influenza Vaccination

WHO calls for emergency cholera vaccine stockpile

Seattle company trying to make vaccinations more pleasant

NIH awards $7.8 million for innovative HIV vaccine approaches - Fourteen grantees to focus on basic vaccine discovery research

Winn-Dixie Begins Flu Vaccinations

Celebrity Doctors and Bill Gates Linked to GlaxoSmithKline Fraud (video) by Dr. Mercola

HOUSE CALL: Pertussis vaccinations in adults protect infants - This article is not intended to replace medical advice from your physician. Consult your physician if you have any questions. Penni Cambre, M.D., is a pediatrician with West Texas Medical Associates

NEWS SCAN: Live chick Salmo outbreak, Congolese Ebola, malaria vaccine research, early Tamiflu treatment

Health Commissioner Urges Vaccination - August is National Immunization Awareness Month

Amid preclinical-clinical transition, cancer vaccine firm CEO talks business, licensing & science

Pharma Spending On Outcomes Research Rises by Ed Silverman - Pharmalot

Cancer: A Preventable Disease Is Creating a Revolution

211 people died in six months during clinical trials in India

Is it time for big pharma to get serious about adherence ?

How Do These People Sleep? She Was 4 and She’s Dead by Psychiatry.

Ohio docs send public health data from EHRs to state registry

This pilot is an effort to advance public health through the expanded use of health IT and capture an accurate picture of a child's immunization status, said Dr. Ted Wymyslo, Ohio public health director. “We need our state information technology system ...
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Vaccinations important as school year nears

Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, measles, mumps and rubella are required for 4- to 6-year-olds before entering all public and non-public schools. Students aged seven to 18 years also require these vaccinations, as well as the meningococcal shot ...
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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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'No one' has issue with HPV vaccine: Catholic Catholic School - Metro

This comes despite claims by an advocacy that it will publicly fundraise to fight the board's position on the human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine in court — potentially under the assertion that it violates the Canadian Charter of Rights and ...
Metro

Public Health: Immunize now for a healthy and safe school year

"Immunizations are a very safe and effective way to keep children healthy and in school," said Dr. David Fleming Director and Health Officer for Public Health - Seattle and King County. "Whether you're a parent enrolling your child in school or ...
Shoreline Area News

Pertussis and West Nile Virus cases on the rise in Sedgwick County

The number of cases of Whooping Cough and West Nile Virus is on the rise here in Sedgwick County. A Sedgwick County Health Department spokeswoman said the number of pertussis ( Whooping Cough) cases reached 47 Tuesday. That's three more than ...
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Pertussis outbreak spurs reconsideration of vaccination rules

Pertussis outbreak spurs reconsideration of vaccination rules. In July, the CDC reported that the U.S. was on track for the worst whooping cough (pertussis) outbreak since 1959. And so far this year, an estimated 18000 cases of whooping cough have ...
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Immunizations are important for Children

Vaccine-preventable diseases have a costly impact that can result in doctor's visits, ... Groups of experts, including the American Academy of Pediatrics, ...

Vaccinations a necessary part of back-to-school

One ingredient studied was thimerosal, previously used as a preservative in many ... Thimerosal was removed or reduced to trace amounts in all childhood ...

North Carolina reports first whooping cough death in current national outbreak

The state took steps in March to make the vaccine for older children and adults available at no cost in light of the widening outbreak. In an article from Reuters dated July 20, 2012, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stated that the ...
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Examiner.com

Swine flu spreads to Maryland

Home · About Us · Contact Us · Log In · ← WHO calls for emergency cholera vaccine stockpile ... The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reported 224 overall cases of the swine flu strain so far. Maryland health officials confirmed that ...
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Vaccine News Daily (blog)

Older adults urged to get influenza vaccination

The National Council on Aging urged older adults on Tuesday to follow recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and get their influenza immunizations for the upcoming season. The NCOA launched the new “Flu + You” ...
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Vaccine News Daily (blog)

A guide to the eight most common vaccines

A breakdown, with help from the American Academy of Pediatrics: It prevents: ... If, for some reason, baby doesn't get the hepatitis B vaccine at the ...

Chickenpox claims two lives in the last month

The provincial department of health says it has noted peaks in varicella (chickenpox) cases at health facilities, especially in the Frances Baard municipality. A spokesperson for the department, Lulu Mxekezo, said more than 80 cases were treated in ...
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Vaccinations important as school year nears

Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, measles, mumps and rubella are required for 4- to 6-year-olds before entering all public and non-public schools. Students aged seven to 18 years also require these vaccinations, as well as the meningococcal shot ...
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Project aims to tell story of Marietta's past in vaccine business

A bifurcated needle was invented in Marietta which allowed nonmedical personnel to administer smallpox vaccinations. This was considered key in the success of broad–based programs to eradicate the disease. • The method for freeze–drying vaccinations ...
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Blind woman warns of pigeon poop exposure danger

Cryptococcus meningitis is a potentially fatal swelling of the membranes surrounding the brain. The disease is caused by fungus that lives in the guts of pigeons and other birds, such as chickens. People can breathe it in if they're exposed to pigeon ...
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CBC.ca

August is National Immunization Awareness Month

Immunizations help reduce absences both at school and at work and decrease the spread of illness in the home, workplace and community. This August, the Georgia Department of Public Health reminds adults to not only check with their health care provider ...
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4 children die, 12 taken ill after receiving vaccination

Four infants died today in Doti district of western Nepal after receiving anti-measles vaccines from district health office. The deceased were identified as Anju BK, Gauri Chiral, Milan Damai and Sujata Nepali of a village in the district. They died ...
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NJ Health Commish: Vaccinate Your Kids!

Immunization is one of the most powerful tools available to protect the health of individuals and our communities. Vaccines are responsible for the control of many infectious diseases that were once common in this country and around the world ...
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Amid preclinical-clinical transition, cancer vaccine firm CEO talks business ...

We already have two preventive HPV vaccines. How different is the approach to developing a therapeutic vaccine? They are very different mechanisms of action. Think of the influenza vaccine – it contains an inactivated form of the virus. The immune ...
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MedCity News

My son would be so proud to see me running with torch

It is almost inconceivable how anyone can come to terms with losing a child – especially in the shockingly rapid way 16-year-old Ryan Bresnahan succumbed to bacterial meningitis – losing his life just hours after the first signs of being unwell ...
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This is Bristol

Blind woman warns of pigeon poop exposure danger

Erica Richards lost her sight last year after developing cryptococcal meningitis. Cryptococcal meningitis is a potentially fatal swelling of the membranes surrounding the brain. The disease is caused by fungus that it lives in the guts of pigeons and ...
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CBC.ca

Jonathan Gavras: Lives and health care costs at stake

When we talk about prevention as a key to health care cost savings, there is perhaps no better example than immunizations. A matter of personal and public health, immunizations save countless lives and billions of health care dollars every year.
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4 kids die after measles vaccine administered

7 and Manju BK of Pokhari VDC-9. The kids had died after Amrita Bogati, health assistant at Kadamandau-based sub health post, administered them vaccine against measles, said local Khem Raj Joshi. However, the health office has not yet justified the ...
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Resurgence of pertussis makes vaccination important for people of all ages

Pertussis is a highly contagious bacterial infection that causes a severe, hacking cough. The coughing spells can be followed by a high-pitched intake of breath that sounds like a "whoop" and gives the disease its name. Coughing spasms can cause ...
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HOUSE CALL: Pertussis vaccinations in adults protect infants

In recent years, pertussis, which is transmitted when one person who has the disease coughs or sneezes and another person in close contact breathes in the pertussis bacteria, has been on the rise. In July, 18000 cases of pertussis had been reported so ...
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O'Brien County Public Health Immunization Clinic ... - KIWA-FM 105.3

O'Brien County Public Health Immunization Clinic in Primghar WILL NOT have Immunization Clinics on August 29th or September 5th. Clients seeking a ...
www.kiwaradio.com/.../obrien-county-public-health-immuniz...

Forsyth County infant dies of whooping cough

As we get prepared for flu season, we would like people to get this vaccine with their flu shot." ... It is known for uncontrollable, violent coughing that often makes it difficult to breathe, according to the federal Centers for Disease Control and ...
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Fina, CDIBP sign licensing deal for conjugate vaccine technology

... Products (CDIBP) for Finabio's conjugate vaccine technology for the development and manufacturing of Pneumococcal conjugate vaccines in China.

Meningitis Foundation website launched

Two cases of meningococcal disease confirmed in Wellington region. The Meningitis Foundation has launched a website so people can find out more about the disease including its symptoms, and vaccines. The foundation marked the website launch with a ...
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N West community fears meningitis outbreak

Panic and fear have gripped the community of Migdol where learners have been admitted to the Schweizer Reneke District Hospital in the North West for suspected meningitis. Some learners reportedly collapsed after complaining of a severe headaches and ...
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South African Broadcasting Corporation

Students Say Meningitis Vaccine Is Too Expensive

0.0 (0 votes). CORPUS CHRISTI -- Students enrolling in college for the first time will need to receive the Meningitis vaccine before starting class, but many complain it is too expensive. The vaccine, which costs about $130 without insurance, has been ...
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Alberta eases fears of polio vaccine shortage

Alberta's deputy chief medical officer of health says the province has now managed to secure a sufficient supply of polio vaccine, after some children weren't able to receive their booster shots last week. Children visiting public health nurses with ...
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Colorado sees epidemic number of whooping cough cases

Health officials say low immunization rates are a public health concern because of the increased risk for spreading preventable disease. See the most current immunization exemption rates for Poudre School District schools in Friday's Coloradoan.
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Chinese Medics Battle Measles in Kachin Camp

Chinese doctors and a team of medics are struggling to contain an outbreak of measles in a Kachin refugee camp on the Chinese side of the border with Burma, according to Kachin health workers. The KIC news group reported that the disease is spreading ...
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Childcare Workers Urged To Get Whooping Cough Shots

"Infants are particularly susceptible to severe disease due to pertussis and have much higher rates of hospitalizations and deaths due to pertussis. Infants are too young to have received all the doses necessary to protect against pertussis, so ...
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Biologists: Research Improved Pertussis Vaccine

Forsyth County, NC-- It's an invisible killer but it's anything but silent. Pertussis, or whooping cough took the life of a two-month old baby in Forsyth County. But there is hope in the fight against whooping cough. News 2's Liz Crawford talked to ...
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Age of Autism Weekly Wrap Here Come the Bugs Wellsphere

By Dan Olmsted Welcome to the new Weekly Wrap, a column highlighting issues in the news and wrapping in the week's From the Editor posts (
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Website launches to spread the word about meningitis symptoms

Media release from Meningitis Foundation New Zealanders concerned about meningitis now have a place to turn for information with the launch of The Meningitis Foundation Aotearoa New Zealand website - www.meningitis.org.nz. "Meningitis is difficult to ...
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Polio legacy still with Aust: committee

However, the House standing committee on health and ageing has found, following a roundtable with health officials and polio groups, that many years after the initial infection, an increasing number of survivors have developed a range of symptoms.
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Health Department immunizes more than 750 so far in August

Through the first 17 days of the month, more than 750 people received immunizations during walk-in clinics at the Westside Public Health Center. According to the Springfield-Greene County Health Department, community volunteers, extra clerical staff ...
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Get students vaccinated now, local health officials urge

Pertussis, better known as whooping cough, has been catching on, and the Rock County Health Department wants to make sure all kids are vaccinated. "We do not want kids walking back into that communal environment without protection from whooping ...
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Preventing Pertussis: Pharmacies Slammed with Last Minute Shots

Preventing Pertussis: Pharmacies Slammed with Last Minute Shots. By: Kim Behrens. Updated: August 20, 2012. Tweet. PEORIA--As students prepare for school, there's one requirement they must have, and it has nothing to do with buying pencils and ...
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Pertussis "Whooping Cough" Blamed In Death Of Forsyth County Infant

Pertussis, aka "whooping cough", vaccine. RALEIGH-- Monday, health officials announced the death of an infant and attributed the death to pertussis, which is more commonly known as whooping cough. The North Carolina Department of Health and Human ...
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WFMY News 2

Vaccinations Belong on Parents' Back-to-School Checklists

"At any given time, all of these vaccine-preventable diseases are at most 18 hours away. For example, one of the ... The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports there are 16 diseases currently preventable with childhood vaccines ...
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Sklice® (ivermectin) Lotion, 0.5% Now Available in the US for Topical ...

Sanofi Pasteur, the vaccines division of Sanofi, provides more than 1 billion doses of vaccine each year, making it possible to immunize more than 500 million people across the globe. A world ... Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC ...
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Healthcare gets a lift in Ogun

We equally do immunisation on market days. Things are improving," she said. Soyinka said the government was consolidating on primary healthcare because, "when huge money is paid as salaries to consultants in tertiary institutions, and they end up ...
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Back-to-School Vaccinations

"Hopefully, if the parents been on top of it, they should have had all these shots through four years of age to start school," said Washoe County Health District Program Coordinator Lynnie Shore. "This includes Pertussis, Diphtheria, Hepatitis B ...
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no sickness

Well, all 3 of mine have had chicken pox (years apart and in different states) and measles all together. I thought the measles were more mild than the chicken pox and easier to get over. shrug.gif. Other than that, they are so rarely sick... no other ...
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Chickenpox Down 80 Percent Since 2000

Signaling the retreat of a childhood rite of passage, the incidence of chickenpox in the United States fell by 80 percent from 2000 to 2010, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported last week. The decline results from widespread use of ...
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N N Dr Russell Blaylock exposes Gardasil HPV vaccine fraud ...

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Dr Russell Blaylock Exposes Gardasil and HPV Vaccines as Fraud

Have you been wondering if Gardasil and other HPV Vaccines are safe? Do they cause harm ...
www.awareandprepare.com/dr-russell-blaylock-exposes-garda...

Shortage creates delay for polio booster shots

Parents who want to get a polio booster for their children are being told they're going to have to wait due to a nationwide shortage of the vaccine. Alberta Health spokesman John Muir said that health risks aren't a concern because there is a two-year ...
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Whooping cough skyrockets in Oxford County

While most parents know that their children must be immunized to attend school, many people are unaware that they, and not their family doctor, are responsible for reporting their latest immunizations to Public Health. To make reporting easier, Public ...
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Parents, it's Time to Immunize Now for a Healthy and Safe School Year

"Immunizations are a very safe and effective way to keep children healthy and in school," said Dr. David Fleming Director and Health Officer for Public Health - Seattle & King County. "Whether you're a parent enrolling your child in school or a student ...
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Declining Circumcision Rates in US Raise Disease Risk

“If there were a vaccine that reduced HIV infection, genital herpes and ... Tobian criticized the American Academy of Pediatrics, which is reviewing its ...

Late summer prep can help kids off to a healthy start of school year

“Because ... if kids aren't immunized, all of those -- measles, mumps, rubella -- can be a problem.” All provinces and territories recommend that children have a booster shot of diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis and polio vaccine between the ages of four ...
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Pertussis epidemic nears 3500 cases statewide; 65 in WW County

The pertussis epidemic in Washington state continues to defeat the efforts of public health officials. As of Thursday, the state had reported almost 3500 cases in 2012, and Walla Walla County is at 65 confirmed cases. Of those, kids ages 11 to 15 are ...
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Infant dies from whooping cough, health officials urge immunization

The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services is urging vaccinations as it reports the first infant death due to pertussis in the state. Officials are reporting a statewide increase in the highly contagious infection commonly known as ...
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Pertussis Blamed In Death Of Forsyth County Infant

RALEIGH-- Monday, health officials announced the death of an infant and attributed to pertussis, which is also known as whooping cough. The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services said it's the first infant death attributable to ...
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WFMY News 2

DOH's vaccination program saves lives

Rotavirus vaccine. In 2012, the Department of Health (DOH), under Secretary Enrique T. Ona, included the rotavirus vaccine in its vaccination program. Rotavirus is a common cause of diarrhea in young children. Data show that diarrhea claims the lives ...
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