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Daily News 2012-01-29

Pneumonia bug evolves to evade vaccine: study

"The current vaccine strategy ... is extremely effective," co-author Bernard Beall, a scientist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, said in a statement. "However, our observations indicate that the organism will continue to ...
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Andrew Wakefield had only one aim: to make money « Losing In ...

Andrew Wakefield is thus doubly correct in that he never committed fraud, but when he was accused of promoting a fraudulent link to autism, due to 2 above he ...

Pneumonia bug evolves to evade vaccine

PARIS, France: 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 on Sunday. The findings, published in Nature Genetics, ...
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UNICEF officials: half a million children in Yemen are likely to die from ...

Malnutrition, along with poor health services, is also to blame for most of the recent deaths of 74 children from measles among 2500 children affected by a recent outbreak of the disease, according to government figures. While most children would ...
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Genetics study reveals how pneumococcus bacteria evolve to evade vaccines

Pneumococcus (Streptococcus pneumoniae) causes potentially life-threatening diseases including pneumonia and meningitis. Pneumococcal infections are thought to kill around a million young children worldwide each year, though the success of vaccination ...
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Xiamen Innovax Biotech to start production of hepatitis E vaccine in June

A vaccine for the treatment of hepatitis E has been invented for the first time by Xiamen Innovax Biotech, said the general manager of the company on Monday, adding that it will be produced from June onwards and is expected to reach 5 million doses.
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Pembrokeshire College pays tribute to student after meningitis death

Staff and students of Pembrokeshire College in Haverfordwest have paid tribute to a student who died after contracting meningitis. Principal Sharron Lusher said they were "devastated" and offered the student's family their condolences.
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BBC News

Harvard Neurologist Responds to NYT Article on ... - Age of Autism

Managing Editor's Note: Thank you to Dr. Martha Herbert for writing this letter to The New York Time: Re “New Autism Rule Will Trim Many, a Study Suggests” ...

There is still plenty of time to get that flu shot

If you have not had your flu shot for the 2011-2012 season, there is still time to get one. One of my favorite parts of the work week comes on Wednesday when I visit Mike Nolting at WMRN. It's February, and while your resolutions may be long forgotten, ...
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Aspirin a no-no for youngsters

There was a lot of publicity in the '80s about the link between Aspirin or any medication containing salicylate and the development of Reye's syndrome, and warning labels were created about not giving Aspirin to children with a fever or chickenpox.
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Whooping Cough at Great Valley High School

A confirmed case of Pertussis means students who have not been vaccinated against the disease are told to stay home for 21 days after last possible exposure or until they are vaccinated. By Pete Kennedy The Chester County Health Department has ...
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Vital Signs: Cervical cancer awareness

Since the Pap test was introduced in the 1940s, there has been an 80 percent reduction in cervical cancer in the US And the recent arrival of HPV vaccinations should drive the number of cases even lower. The federal government approved the first HPV ...
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WHO assures Gilani of support in eradicating polio, hepatitis, dengue

DAVOS - The World Health Organisation on Saturday assured Pakistan of its full support in eradicating polio, hepatitis, and dengue fever from the country. Margerat Chan, director general of the World Health Organisation (WHO), gave the assurance to ...
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Three-day national polio immunization drive from Monday

ISLAMABAD: A three-day first nationwide anti-polio vaccination campaign of the year 2012 will start from Monday to administer drops to children under age of five years throughout the country. Program Manager, National polio eradication Program, ...
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The News International

Your Life Narrated by Me, Your Mother

I quickly direct the kind soul, who really wanted to listen to Ronan's story, to a few of my favorite websites (staring, of course with Age of Autism…

Keeping world travelers healthy

”We go over what diseases they might encounter where they're going and we also ask them about what activities they anticipate,” said Susan Wardrip, a registered nurse and immunization coordinator for the Public Health Branch Clinic. city at a hotel or ...
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Early detection of autism in babies brings hope

The General Medical Council held the author, Andrew Wakefield, guilty of professional misconduct in 2010. Media apart, celebrities were also blamed for ...

Some parents purposely exposing their children to illnesses

A vaccine for the chicken pox was approved by the federal Food and Drug Administration 16 years ago. A combination vaccine for measles, mumps, rubella and varicella (chicken pox) was licensed in 2005, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and ...
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Chattanooga Times Free Press

Is the Flu Shot Worth the Risk?

If you have school age children or children attending day care, there is an increased risk of exposure to the flu. A vaccine could help prevent infection or reduce the symptoms as well as complications attributed to the flu. Both the Center for Disease ...
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GARDASIL Reactions … Any Side Effects? - Gardasil - Zimbio

GARDASIL Reactions … Any Side Effects? i think the shots are better than having cancer and possibly dying. i would take any of the shots side effects if it saves ...

Documents emerge proving Dr Andrew Wakefield innocent - General Autism Discussion - Wrong Planet

A Vermonters for a Clean Environment blog posting? Is that a serious rebuttal of a scientific study? How come none of your extensive, over-referenced ...

US adds a sour drop to polio campaign

ISLAMABAD, Jan 28: While Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani is set to launch the first polio campaign of 2012 in the backdrop of rising cases of the crippling disease; US Defence Secretary Leon Panetta might have already made a dent in the drive.
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To protect national exchequer, PPRA wants rule exemption for EPI ...

... doses of measles vaccine, received just one bid of Rs39.50 per dose, ... to the Prime Minister asking him to exempt the procurement of EPI vaccines from ...

This Week in Mohawk Valley History: 'The Conkling Rifles'

Three cases of smallpox are reported in Syracuse and health officials there blame Utica. They say the three patients often visited Utica and no doubt carried the disease from there to Syracuse. In Utica, meanwhile, health officials say, “Don't blame us ...
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Va. House advances repeal of HPV mandate

By David Sherfinski The Virginia House of Delegates on Thursday gave preliminary approval to a bill repealing a mandate that young girls receive a vaccination against the human papillomavirus (HPV), which is known to cause cervical cancer, ...
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Washington Times

Phony science is a growing concern

The most notorious case may be a study that physician Andrew Wakefield published in 1998 in the British journal The Lancet. Based on a dozen children with ...

Parents divided over childhood immunizations

Parents are also concerned about mercury in the vaccines even though mercury use is limited. Area pediatricians say they have noticed a definite increase in ...

AC enrollment drops

People ages 16 to 21 who live in close quarters with others have the highest risk of contracting the disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The college does not have hard data to prove the vaccination requirement is the ...
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Bills would repeal HPV vaccine requirement - Henrico Citizen

Virginia's HPV vaccination requirement has a lenient opt-out clause: Girls can forgo the vaccine if their parents make that decision after reviewing materials ...

Repeal HPV Vaccine for Girls—Not a Dream: Commonwealth of ...

Finally some legislators have come to their senses about the obviously dangerous HPV vaccines!

HPV Vaccine Not Linked To Autoimmune Disorders, Study

A two-year study of nearly 190000 girls and women, finds that Gardasil, the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine made by Merck & Co, does not trigger autoimmune disorders such as lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, type 1 diabetes and multiple sclerosis.
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Vaccine Injury Compensation Programs — History of Vaccines

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) established this system, the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program (NVICP), in 1988.

'Dr Polio' gave OBL info, admits Panetta

“ Obama then left the room, saying he would come to a decision, Biden said. The next morning, as Obama was boarding the presidential helicopter, he told National Security Adviser Thomas Donilon, “Go.” ' Dr Polio ' gave OBL info , admits Panetta.
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The Nation, Pakistan

Measles vaccination from Feb 26

KATHMANDU: With an aim to reducing illness and deaths caused by measles and rubella, the Ministry of Health and Population is conducting measles-rubella vaccination campaign from February 26 in all the far western districts and six districts of the mid ...
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Best practice

There are generally two types of pneumococcal infections; invasive and non-invasive. Invasive infections occur in the blood, or inside a major organ such as the lungs, and tend to result in serious complications. These include pneumonia, which is a ...
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Tajiks regain polio-free status

DUSHANBE – Tajikistan regained its status as polio-free in 2011, reported January 27, quoting the country's Health Ministry. The World Health Organisation's (WHO) Regional Committee for Europe determines that status.
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Emzor leads polio eradication

PAIN countries which include Pakistan, Afghanistan, India and Nigeria, are countries where polio is still a major health risk. Justifying the need for the campaign at a stakeholders meeting in Lagos, the firm advocated the use for inactivated polio ...
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Pak committed to eradicate polio this year: Gilani

Islamabad: Pakistan is committed to eradicate polio by the end of 2012, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani has told Microsoft chief Bill Gates. Talking to Bill Gates in Davos, Switzerland, Gilani on Friday said Pakistan would use all resources to rid ...
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All and sundry must come forward against polio

PESHAWAR: Speakers at a seminar on Saturday stressed the need for involving all segments of society to eradicate polio as national and international donor agencies are seriously concerned about the future of children in Pakistan.
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Polio of corruption add to unemployment, poverty: CM

Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif on Saturday said that the polio of corruption had added to poverty and unemployment and wrong policies of corrupt rulers had caused serious crises of electricity and gas, badly affecting industries and ...
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Western Salisbury Elementary Students Exposed to Whooping Cough

Students at Western Salisbury Elementary School may have been exposed to a person with pertussis, also known as whooping cough. It is the second time this month Salisbury Township School District has reported possible whooping cough exposure at one of ...
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Six-year-old girl is confirmed measles case

By Frank Gerace The state Division of Public Health says a 6-year-old Caravel Academy student has the measles. The child's doctor diagnosed her January 13th, and the diagnosis was confirmed Monday. DPH says the girl had been vaccinated against measles, ...
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Measles case reported in Delaware

By Newsworks Staff For only the 5th time since 1995 a case of measles has been reported in Delaware. In this case a 6 year old girl from Clayton was diagnosed on January 13th. The case was confirmed by lab tests 10 days later.
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WHO assures Pakistan of full support in eradicating polio, hepatitis, dengue ...

By Shafek E Koreshe DAVOS, Jan 28 (APP): The World Health Organisation Saturday assured Pakistan of its full support in eradicating polio, hepatitis, and dengue fever from the country. The assurance came from Margerat Chan, Director General of the ...
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Associated Press of Pakistan

CM inaugurates three-day polio drive

LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister (CM) Shahbaz Sharif said that the “polio of corruption” had led to an increase in poverty and unemployment across the country. He said that the country was facing the worst energy crisis owing to the wrong policies of ...
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Flu season off to a slow start

More than 98 percent of flu viruses characterized so far this season by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are similar to strains included in this season's vaccine. It's still possible there will be a spike of cases in February, ...
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