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Daily News 2012-08-20


Vaccination News LinksSaneVax Announces: A Parents’ Guide – What to do if your child dies after vaccination - Vaccine-related deaths are considered such a rare event medical personnel/coroners receive no training to help them recognize telltale signs/symptoms, leaving survivors forever questioning the unexplained death of their child. This is not acceptable.

Panel rules MMR jab made girl deaf - but not enough for payout

CDC issues seasonal influenza vaccine recommendations

Whooping cough and chameleons. by Hilary Butler - Beyond Conformity

Vaccine Research Creating Virulent Strain
by Catherine J. Frompovich - Vactruth

False Accusations of Child Abuse After Vaccine Induced Injuries Destroys Families by Christina England - Vactruth

Selected vaccine authorities from CDC, FDA, and manufacturers discuss, in a closed meeting, the possibility of neurodevelopment disorders resulting from vaccine components.

Vitamin D Supplementation Cuts Risk of Respiratory Infections in Half – Medscape by The Refusers

States weigh boosting school vaccines

Age of Autism Weekly Wrap: Here Come the Bugs by Dan Olmsted - Age of Autism

Lawmakers weigh boosting school-age vaccines

Vaccinations Belong on Parents’ Back-to-School Checklists - Preventable diseases can threaten children's lives, expert warns.

Love Your Neighbor. Get Your Vaccines. -How getting routine shots benefits not just you but your entire community.

Needle-free vaccines: How about a patch instead?


NC officials report first infant death from whooping cough

Man Serving Life for Killing his Baby Daughter Could be Innocent! by Christina England

Were Vaccines the Real Reason that Baby Amanda Died? by Christina England - American Chronicle

VAERS 399718 events where Symptom is Deafness - MMR® II (MEASLES, MUMPS, and
RUBELLA VIRUS VACCINE LIVE)
(pdf) - Adverse Event Special Senses — Ear Nerve deafness; otitis media.

Protecting Kids With Vaccinations

GSK Sued Over Lyme Disease Vaccine

CVS/pharmacy and MinuteClinic Give Consumers Five Reasons To Get a Flu Shot - Vaccinations available now every day at every store

Selected vaccine authorities from CDC, FDA, and manufacturers discuss, in a closed meeting, the possibility of neurodevelopment disorders resulting from vaccine components.

Chescia from Sydney - SaneVax

Effectiveness of trivalent inactivated influenza vaccine in influenza-related hospitalization in children: A case-control study

Flu vaccinations in the fall

Study: Whooping cough outbreak linked to vaccinated children

State takes shot at new student vaccinations

A Glimpse into the Scary World of Vaccine Adjuvants

Dr. Elizabeth Neary: Vaccinations essential for those tending to newborns

New TX law requires vaccinations for all college students

Whooping cough on rise despite shots; Wisconsin tops nation in reported rate of cases

Working Towards A Universal Flu Vaccine

Clinics manage vaccine demand

5 Pharmaceutical Companies With Insider Buying During August 14-16

Get Ready For Back-to-School With Health Basics

Op Ed: Religious intervention can hurt child health care

PART III Overlapping communities: allergy and autism by Heather Fraser  

Study: High antibodies, low vitamin D levels in autistic children

Response: Stopping the Outbreak

Cities, counties nationwide begin mass aerial sprayings of toxic 'anti-West Nile Virus' pesticides

Sharing Clinical Research Data: A Workshop

SFDA to keep a public blacklist of pharma manufacturing offenders - The SFDA will name and shame companies and individuals responsible for violations of drug and medical device laws in a public blacklist.

US FDA wants CRO and sponsor feeback on data exchange standards - The US FDA wants CROs, sponsors and the wider industry to debate the pros and cons of current and evolving approaches to sharing study data.

31 Drugs Facing FDA Approval in 2012-2013

Dr. Jason Eberhart-Phillips: Thanks Mom for getting me immunized

This sad fact was brought home in 17 measles outbreaks in the United States in 2011, up from an average of just four outbreaks a year since 2001, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Nearly all of last year's ... You knew that ...
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Your Health: Vaccine opt-outs up risks

More than 18000 Americans were sickened by whooping cough, or pertussis, from January to July — twice the number as in the time period last year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Health officials say part of the rise is ...
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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 ... Paying for the Shingles ...
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Vaccine drastically cuts chickenpox incidence

The chickenpox (varicella) vaccine, which was first introduced in 1996 as a single dose, resulted in a 43 percent decline in disease incidence between 2000 and 2005. In 2006, the CDC recommended that children receive two doses of the vaccine, and the ...
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DOH's vaccination program saves lives

Measles-rubella vaccine. In the clinics, pediatricians vaccinate children using the MMR vaccine, which is a combination of vaccines against measles, mumps, and rubella. However, the government offers the measles-rubella combination vaccine to the ...
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How poxviruses such as smallpox evolve rapidly to become drug resistant

Washington: New research from scientists at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and collaborating institutions has uncovered how poxviruses includes smallpox evolve to rapidly adapt against host defenses – despite their low mutation rates.
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Zee News

Father who killed polio-stricken girl was 'crazed' by poverty

Rajni, 8, begged for her life, but her sword-wielding father was like a man possessed. Apparently crazed and frustrated by poverty, Neelpal, a carpenter, hacked his polio-stricken daughter to death in Shantinagar here on Sunday morning - even as his ...
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Health Department immunizes more than 750 so far in August

“The immunization rates are a measure not only of how well we take care of the public's health, but also of how well we take care of the public's dollars. We have a very effective program,” Pam Bryant, administrator of maternal and child health ...
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Vaccines required, recommended as students head back to school

Most schools either require or strongly recommend the measles, mumps, rubella and chicken pox shots. Health officials encourage college students to be vaccinated against pneumonia, Hepatitis A, meningitis and the sexually transmitted disease HPV.
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W.Va. Health Officials Urge Pertussis Immunization

West Virginia health officials are encouraging state residents to get immunized against whooping cough to prevent an epidemic like the one that has hit Washington state. Officials say there've been 60 investigated cases of whooping cough, also known as ...
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Back to school? Check your child's immunizations

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is urging 11 and 12-year-old boys to get the HPV vaccine, which has been recommended for girls for several years. Beers acknowledges there has been controversy surrounding the vaccine, in part because "it ...
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WTOP

Love Your Neighbor. Get Your Vaccines.

Yesterday, my husband and I bared our own arms to get tetanus boosters and the first in a series of three hepatitis A/B vaccines. I'm one of the moms you might expect to oppose vaccines. We try to eat local and organic, don't watch television ...
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Scientists discover how smallpox virus becomes drug resistant

Scientists including an Indian origin researcher have uncovered how poxviruses including smallpox evolve rapidly against host defences and become drug resistant despite their low mutation rates. Researchers at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center ...
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Dr Russell Blaylock exposes criminal fraud of Gardasil HPV ...

Gardasil does not prevent HPV or cervical cancer ... reader or are at all familiar with the prolific Gardasil advertising campaigns of recent years then you ...
www.sovereignindependentuk.co.uk/.../dr-russell-blaylock-ex...

Stoke City: Robert Huth speaks of meningitis horror- and remarkable recovery

ROBERT Huth admitted he never expected to play at Reading after recovering from viral meningitis to help Stoke claim a 1-1 draw in Saturday's season-opener. City had predicted the German centre-half would miss at least the first two weeks of the new ...
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Measles virus comes back this winter

In Ukraine, a new outbreak of measles is expected to accelerate during the winter-spring period of 2012-2013, chief pediatric immunologist of Kyiv Fedir Lapiy told a press conference on topic "How to prepare child's immunity before school or kindergarten?
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WTRF 7 News Sports Weather - Wheeling SteubenvilleW.Va. Health Officials ...

WTRF 7 News Sports Weather - Wheeling SteubenvilleW.Va. Health Officials Urge Pertussis Immunization. Member Center: Create Account|; Log In; Manage Account|; Log Out. SITE SEARCH WEB SEARCH BY Google. Home · News · Local News · Regional ...
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Hepatitis a Growing Public Health Threat in Indonesia: Experts

"A coalition of hard-line Islamic groups — Sharia4Indonesia — says vaccination is a Western conspiracy to weaken children in developing countries so as to create a “new world order”." Oh heavens, give me a break! What a bunch of brain damaged ...
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Jakarta Globe

Chongqing Brewery Surges on Profit Growth, Vaccine Plan

(600132), part owned by Carlsberg A/S (CARLB), rose the most in almost three months in Shanghai trading after profit growth accelerated and it said it'll continue investing to develop a hepatitis B vaccine. The beer maker rose by the 10 percent daily ...
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Deal Will Accelerate Development of Affordable Pneumococcal ...

The agreement will accelerate the multi-valent Pneumococcal vaccine development program at CDIBP. The structure of the license in China includes an upfront ...

What's the Connection SSRI's Pregnancy and Autism AGE OF AUTISM

By Teresa Conrick A few months back, I wrote about a calcium-binding protein, S100B, as it had been implicated as a possible biomarker in Autism ...
www.ageofautism.com/.../whats-the-connection-ssris-pregnanc...

Chickenpox Lockdown Lifted At Jail

12, when two inmates were diagnosed with chickenpox. During the lockdown, inmate transports to the Monmouth County Courthouse were canceled, and video conferencing was made available for inmates who had been scheduled to appear in court.
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Dan Olmsted: Week in review—Age of Autism Weekly Wrap

These aren't the stories that are interesting or just informative—Dan talks about the stories WE HAVE TO SEE. Let's face it, the government doesn't care about ...
annedachel.com/.../dan-olmsted-week-in-review-age-of-autism...

Clinics manage vaccine demand

Starting this school year, students entering seventh and 12th grades are required to be vaccinated for meningitis, tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis. Though the state has granted a two-week grace period, students without the required shots will not be ...
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Meningitis case at Wgtn performance centre

Regular news from the New Zealand Doctor newsroom. Meningitis case at Wgtn performance centre. Warning to watch for symptoms as meningococcal disease strikes one at city training centre. Virginia McMillanvmcmillan@clear.net.nzMonday 20 August ...
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Meningitis website to raise awareness

A website is being launched in Auckland this week in the hope of saving lives. The Meningitis Foundation is launching the website, www.meningitis.org.nz, to educate Kiwis about the symptoms and risks of the disease as well as encouraging vaccination ...
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Meningitis struck Huth on flight

Robert Huth has revealed how he was trapped on a trans-Atlantic flight when the full effects of his meningitis began to take hold. Huth believes he contracted the disease during the Potters' pre-season tour of the United States but only really began to ...
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Is Uganda losing the immunisation fight?

They include polio, measles, tuberculosis, diphtheria, whooping cough and tetanus. But Ugandans were ignorant about the illnesses and as a result, many children died. The diseases had strange symptoms, which left many confused, with some mistaking ...
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New Vision

UN fights polio, extreme poverty

Global Citizen is an innovative web-based platform allowing ordinary people to take action anywhere, anytime to tackle the issues – including polio – that prevent the world's poorest from breaking free of the cycle of poverty. Also, the World Health ...
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Polio legacy still with Aust - committee

Thousands of Australians may be suffering from the delayed effects of having polio without knowing it, a federal parliamentary committee has found. It's a legacy from the days when Australia suffered epidemics of poliomyelitis, a potentially crippling ...
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Sky News Australia

Immunize your child before school year begins

"Children of every age need to update their vaccinations whether they will be in day care, preschool, kindergarten, high school or college," said Christine Schuyler, Chautauqua County Public Health Director. "If your child has fallen behind, or started ...
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Whooping cough making a comeback in Md., US

"The vaccine isn't perfect, but it's good," said Dr. Lucy Wilson, chief of the Center for Surveillance, Infection Prevention and Outbreak Response at the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. "That's why we're advocating for ... The doctor ...
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Baltimore Sun

W.Va. health officials urge pertussis immunization

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia health officials are encouraging state residents to get immunized against whooping cough to prevent an epidemic like the one that has hit Washington state. Officials say there've been 60 investigated cases of ...
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Whooping cough outbreak hits Wisconsin the hardest

Bordatella pertussis, the bacterium that causes whooping cough, is cultured in a petri dish in a lab at UCLA. Posted: Sunday, August 19, 2012 11:57 pm | Updated: 11:58 pm, Sun Aug 19, 2012. Whooping cough outbreak hits Wisconsin the hardest By Kevin ...
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Lawmakers weigh boosting school-age vaccines

The California Senate is expected this week to consider a bill by pediatrician Richard Pan that would make vaccine waivers contingent on a meeting with a health care professional. EnlargeClose. By Jeff Walters. The California Senate is expected ...
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USA TODAY

Hepatitis a Growing Public Health Threat in Indonesia: Experts

“With immunization, we can save millions of children in Indonesia from being infected with hepatitis B and C.” Treatment “Our efforts have focused on prevention, but we also continue to provide better access to treatment for people with hepatitis ...
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Jakarta Globe

Jabs protect against measles, mumps and rubella

The MMR vaccination is a combined immunisation against measles, mumps and rubella that was introduced in 1988. Uptake was in excess of 90 per cent in the early 1990s but fell following publication of the paper in 1998. Dr Andrew Wakefield claimed his ...
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Website to spread the word about Meningitis symptoms

"Meningitis is difficult to diagnose as it presents with flu-like symptoms, but can often strike and progress quickly. If it is not diagnosed early and treated effectively, it can result in death, deafness, loss of limbs, brain damage or other ...
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Queasy does it: Another sickener for Huth as he sees Stoke pegged back

“It's weird how two Premier League players, Daniel Sturridge and myself, contracted meningitis this summer because you can't physically pass it on and nobody seems to know for sure how you catch it. “I just thought I had jetlag – it turned out to be ...
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Zardari's Daughter: Pakistan Working Hard to Combat Polio

Last month, Pakistani officials said some 250,000 children in the region were unlikely to receive polio vaccinations during a national campaign, due to threats from militants who warned medical teams to stay away from the tribal areas or "face ...
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Many Colleges Offer HPV Vaccine to Students

Many college health clinics are now offering the HPV vaccine to both male and female students. If you haven't talked to your child about HPV yet, now is a good time to start! I have visited several college campuses recently (my own son is college bound ...
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