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

Daily News 2012-09-20

Sandy's articles The Marvelous Health of Unvaccinated Children – by Françoise Berthoud, MD Pediatrician by The Refusers

University College London Pulls out of Holding an Inquiry into the Wakefield Affair
 by John Stone - Age of Autism

Do Vaccines Contain Formaldehyde and Mercury? - Vactruth

“My sons are both diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders…I am catholic and was looking to use the religious exemption…” - Vactruth

“Is there any proof out there that reactions to vaccines can lead to /cause generalized pediatric dystonia in a toddler?”

More Kids Opting Out of School-Required Vaccinations: Study

Chemist in crime lab scandal worked at UMass vaccine lab

Software magnate sinks $104M into vaccine research

Non-Medical Vaccination Opt-Outs on the Rise (video)

Duke system hold 24-hour flu vaccination blitz

My Turn: Ruling on vaccination waiver form raises serious issues

Obesity vaccine hits obstacle

UM Study Analyzes Why People Won’t Stop Believing Falsehoods

Update on Vaccine-Derived Polioviruses — Worldwide, April 2011–June 2012

Tips from the journals of the American Society for Microbiology

Pertussis vaccine push for elderly

My Turn: Ruling on vaccination waiver form raises serious issues

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Encourages College Students to Get Vaccinated Against the Flu -- Radio PSAs Available

Washington State Makes It Harder to Opt Out of Immunizations

HPV Vaccine on the Rise for Kenyon Men

Pace of West Nile virus activity slows

NEWS SCAN: Kink in rabies immune globulin supply, FDA food pathogen tools, malaria vaccine grant, tickborne disease in Europe

FLU NEWS SCAN: Rapid tests and flu variants, flu tools for business


PhRMA CEO Talks About Biopharma in U.S. Future by Ed Silverman - Pharmalot

Genetic Roulette - The Gamble of Our Lives (video) After watching the film please click on this link to add a comment about Genetic Roulette and to learn more about GMO's

The Op-Ed: Pharma Money in an Election Year by Ed Silverman - Pharmalot

The Op-Ed: A Suggestion to Restore Faith in Pharma Studies by Ed Silverman - Pharmalot

Six million Americans likely to pay healthcare tax in 2016

The Pill, the Pox and the Limits of Religious Freedom

300 million dead worldwide from smallpox in the 20th century alone. No wonder the United States Public Health Service is run by a General—fighting infectious disease was a life or death battle back then, and countries that failed to mobilize against ...
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Sanford Researcher Leads Published Study on HPV Vaccine - WSEE

WSEE, WICU and CW in Erie, PA offer local news, sports and weather for Erie, Crawford and Warren Counties, PA.

UAMS Enrolling Women in HPV Vaccine Clinical Trial - Topix

The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock is enrolling women for its first phase of clinical testing of a vaccine that could prevent cancers ...

Sanford work with HPV vaccine featured in medical publication | The ...

A study by Sanford Health's Dr. John Lee and Seattle-based Etubics Corp. that uses a vaccine to suppress human papilloma virus, or HPV, has been published ...

IN teens among most protected from infectious diseases

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WANE) - According to the most recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention National Immunization Survey for Teens, Indiana teenagers are among the most well protected in the nation from certain infectious diseases. Hoosier ...
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School immunizations: Study shows accelerated increase of non-medical ...

Researchers from Emory University's Rollins School of Public Health compared vaccination policies and rates of exemption from school-based immunizations in the U.S. and found that non-medical exemptions increased at a heightened rate from 2005 to ...
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Cervical cancer vaccine link to death disputed

Jasmine Renata, 18, died in her sleep in September 2009, six months after completing the three-dose vaccination programme for cervical cancer vaccine Gardasil. She suffered from runny noses, headaches, warts, tiredness, a racing heart and other ...
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WANSTEAD: Woman urges others to be meningitis aware after death of sister

A BANK worker is urging others to be meningitis aware after the sudden death of her sister last year. This week marks Meningitis Awareness Week and Sarah Nickle, 30, of Cowley Road, Wanstead, wants people to be more aware of the symptons. She said: ...
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MOH will administer Meningitis 'A' Vaccine in the three northern regions

Meningococcal Meningitis 'A' epidemic in the three northern regions. The Meningococcal disease is an infection of meninges, the thin lining that surrounds the brain and the spinal cord. It is usually caused by a virus or bacterium (meningococcal). The ...
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Ghana News Agency

Listen: Why? Preview New Album With 'Strawberries'

Why? have further previewed their forthcoming 'Mumps, etc' album. 'Strawberries' is the second track on the new record; the follow up or extension, so to speak, of the band's 'Sod In The Seed' EP. The new full-length gets its release next month through ...
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This Is Fake DIY

Immunovaccine Adds Scott Halperin, MD, to Scientific Advisory Board

Evaluating the Company's technology in his well-established pertussis models has demonstrated the potential of DepoVax to create a single dose vaccine in this preclinical challenge model. "Through my years of collaborating with the Immunovaccine team, ...
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Measles vaccination campaign wins kudos

MAY I take this chance to commend the Health Ministry and the Government for the measles vaccination campaign which is being undertaken countrywide. Costly as the exercise may be, it will greatly help in the reduction of not only measles but other ...
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Washington State's Tighter Vaccine Requirements Could Help Suppress Future ...

This past summer, Washington State experienced an outbreak of whooping cough — also known as pertussis — that the Centers for Disease Control determined to be the nation's worst epidemic in 50 years, pointing to the need to increase vaccination ...
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Our View: Prepare for flu season

The Centers for Disease Control recommends that everyone older than six months be vaccinated. Locally, the vaccine is widely available. In addition to family physicians, many drugstores offer walk-in clinics. A directory of locations where the vaccine ...
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Chickenpox: second case confirmed

13 and the other before classes began. According to Michigan state law, when a school reports more than two cases of chickenpox in close proximity to one another, students who can not prove immunity will be kept off campus until 21 days after the last ...
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Mother saves daughter, 3, by checking meningitis symptoms on iPhone app after ...

My son was treated for bacterial meningitis at North Devon hospital 11 years ago. they were fantastic and I owe it to them along with my GP who gave an immediate pennicillin shot before we rushed him on to the hospital everything. My son, now 12, still ...
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Daily Mail

Paralympian's mum on son's meningitis fightback

The mother of Paralympic 100m champion Jonnie Peacock has spoken of how her son overcame meningitis. Linda Roberts, from Doddington, Cambridgeshire, almost lost her son when he contracted the deadly disease aged five. She said: "He wasn't really ...
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ITV News

This dad lost his son to meningitis, now he's helping to fight the disease + VIDEO

Ken Robinson's son Glenn died aged just 16 after being struck down by the meningococcal septicaemia strain of the brain disease in 1997. Ken, 67, has since devoted his life to fund-raising for meningitis charities and has now been made an ambassador of ...
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Meningitis Awareness Week: Devastated parents of tragic four-year-old warn ...

Six years on, his parents Rachel and Steve Clarke, of Finchingfield Road, Great Sampford, are supporting Meningitis Awareness Week in a bid to encourage people to be MeningitisWise. Mr Clarke told the Reporter it was vital parents were made aware of ...
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Saffron Walden Reporter

Whooping cough crops up at KMS

Kalispell Middle School officials notified parents Wednesday of a confirmed case of pertussis (whooping cough) adding one more to the 70 cases in Flathead County so far this year. This case marks the first in the new school year after the outbreak that ...
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Oshiomhole Flags Off 2012 Immunisation in Edo

Benin — Governor Adams Oshiomhole of Edo State has flagged off the 2012 Local Immunization Days in the state, urging the people to take advantage of the exercise to guarantee the health of their children. Flagging off the programme at Evbonogbon, Ovia ...
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Rotarian Ann Wade Recounts Her Childhood Battle With Polio

The ultimate goal for Rotary International is to eradicate polio, which is a mission that strikes home for Ann Wade, wife of Tom Wade, the district governor of Rotary District 6890. The district covers the Greater Brandon area, where the Rotary Club of ...
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Polio eradication campaign: Ghost vaccinators scam WHO with fake ID cards

This was based on three hours of work on a polio campaign. The individual had to be over 18 years old and from the area they were targeting. The district administrator would give the WHO each vaccinator's name and if they were selected, the WHO would ...
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The Express Tribune

HPV Vaccine on the Rise for Kenyon Men

Gardasil, a vaccine that prevents the sexually-transmitted Human Papillomavirus (HPV), which can lead to cervical cancer in women, is gaining popularity among men. This year, the Kenyon Health Center has had four male students finish the series of ...
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Meningitis Trust launches online in memoriam flower garden

The Meningitis Trust has created a Flowers of Thanks virtual garden, an online fundraising tool that families and friends can use to keep alive memories of loved ones. The site was designed and built by The Good Agency. Open to all members of the ...
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UK Fundraising

Whooping Cough Found Among Students at Waukee Middle School

Whooping cough, also known as pertussis, is a communicable disease spread through the air when infected people cough or sneeze. On Sept. 12, the Polk County Health Department released a statement saying the number of reported cases of pertussis were ...
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Board approves vaccine pricing

“Sometimes the Centers for Disease Control or some grantor will have additional funding and they'll allocate it to the state and they'll allocate it across 100 counties,” said Health Director Wayne Raynor. The department's diabetes capacity building ...
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Outlook for flu season is difficult to predict

The mild winter may have led to fewer people getting sick with flu, according to experts at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Other likely factors include a well-matched vaccine and a lack of mutation in the virus from earlier seasons ...
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After 8 Years, HHS Countermeasure Program Still a Work in Progress

More recently, the program awarded a single-bid contract for SIGA Technologies to produce 1.7 million doses of the smallpox drug ST-246. The firm's top shareholder is a wealthy backer of the Democratic Party, while a member of its board of directors ...
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Washington State Makes It Harder to Opt Out of Immunizations

... whose parents opted out of state immunization requirements more than doubled in the decade that ended in 2008, peaking at 7.6 percent in the 2008-9 school year, according to the state's Health Department, raising alarm among public health experts.
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HPV vs. Catholic schools

A Calgary advocacy group pushing for the Catholic School Board to allow public health nurses to vaccinate Catholic students with the HPV vaccine is preparing to sue the board for access. Legal scholar Juliet Guichon of Calgary HPV says “the diplomatic ...
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Mother highlights dangers of meningitis side-effects

A mother whose son survived meningitis said she had "no idea" about septicaemia – until it claimed her toddler's legs. Brave little Archie Barton, who is now six, lost both legs after contracting the devastating condition when he was just 18 months old ...
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This is Cornwall

KIMS sets up Pneumococcal Disease Surveillance Programme, to centralize ...

Kempegowda Institute of Medical Sciences (KIMS), Bengaluru has established the country's largest Pneumococcal Disease Surveillance Programme. The nationwide programme aims to create a robust model for collating and centralizing national data on ...
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Pertussis vaccine push for elderly

The disease burden of pertussis in the elderly is much greater than many realise, and should prompt consideration of pertussis programs in the over 65s, experts say. Researchers from the National Centre for Immunisation Research in Sydney said there ...
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Minister Charges Monarchs, Religious Leaders on Immunisation

Minister of State for the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Oloye Olajumoke Akinjide, has called on traditional and religious leaders in communities of the six area councils in Abuja to work together with the FCT administration to make the local ...
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Leadership Newspapers

Back to school table quiz fundraiser for meningitis victim

A fun table quiz will take place in the King's Head on Monday (September 24) at 8pm, the proceeds of which will benefit Galway's 'Man on the Bike' Liam Cullinane. Quizmaster John Nolan is going back to his school days and all questions will be the type ...
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Whooping cough reaches USM

The Maine Center for Disease Control is investigating the first reported case of pertussis, also known as whooping cough, in a residential student in Gorham after a positive test was returned on Monday. Lisa Belanger, director of Health Services at USM ...
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Duke system holds 24-hour flu vaccination blitz

That formula is based on what's occurring in other parts of the world, he said. "The truth is, we never know what kind of flu season it will be," he said. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend that everyone 6 months and older be ...
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Non-Medical Vaccination Opt-Outs on the Rise

Omer and his colleagues analyzed data compiled by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on vaccination exemption rates for school years 2005 to 2011. They compared vaccine opt-out rates in each state to the ease with which exemptions ...
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ABC News

City fundraiser to raise funds for Zambian nutrition clinic

Immunisation 4 Life volunteers with NERI Clinic's staff in Zambia in June 2012. Back row from left: Maeve Gacquin, senior dietician, Galway Clinic; Stephanie Coen, midwife, Galway University Hospitals; Maura Moran, PHN, Galway; Katherine Farrell, PHN, ...
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Sanford Researcher Leads Published Study on HPV Vaccine ...

From Yahoo! News: Dr. John Lee's work in October issue of Cancer Gene TherapySioux Falls, SD (PRWEB) September 19, 2012 A study conducted by Sanford ...

County gearing up for flu shot clinics

POLK COUNTY -- The flu season is quickly approaching and with it the Polk County Public Health Department is again sponsoring seasonal flu immunization clinics that begin this week. I-O Staff Report. September 18, 2012. POLK COUNTY -- The flu season ...
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Polk Public Health to open W. Salem immunization clinic

Polk Public Health to open W. Salem immunization clinic. Polk County Public Health announced that it is offering a monthly immunization clinic for children and adults in West Salem. The clinic will take place from 8:45 to 11 a.m. on the first Wednesday ...
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Statesman Journal (blog)

Duke system holds 24-hour flu vaccination blitz

Duke set up one stationary vaccine station near the front entrance of the hospital and had nine mobile carts stopping in places such in front of the cafeteria, in front of elevators or at conference rooms where doctors and nurses gather. In addition ...
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Officials pushing for everyone to get a flu shot

The World Heath Organization tracks what strains of flu are appearing globally, then delivers a recommendation about what type of vaccine would best protect people next flu season. For this flu season, the organization recommended that the vaccine ...
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Ensure children are vaccinated on time

Dr Gayatri Amirthalingam, an expert in immunisation at the Health Protection Agency (HPA), said: "We are very concerned about the continuing increase in cases. Parents should ensure their children are vaccinated on time so they are protected at the ...
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LawyersandsettlementsCom Reports A 107 Percent Increase In Traffic ...

LawyersandsettlementsCom Reports A 107 Percent Increase In Traffic For Gardasil Legal News As Students Head Back To School. Wednesday September 19 2012 1244 ...

Everyone has a story: Can't plan for the unexpected

Harvey experienced a severe reaction to the smallpox vaccine, making him unable to deploy to Afghanistan-a week before his scheduled departure. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Racheal Watson/Released). HAMPTON, Va. - Sitting in the recruiter's ...
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Small steps for better India

Walk faster than anyone else to achieve your goals and keep India a 'polio free' nation. Make way for development, run fast to make the development smoother and think beyond to take it to great heights. That was the message promoted by Amrapali Group.
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Self-defeating science

My earliest memories are of the fear in my parents' voices following the radio announcement that polio cases had again shown up in our community. It was 1951 and they closed the public pools. Pre-schoolers like me stayed at home. The tragedy of polio, ...
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The HPV vaccine: Is it working yet?

We've called HPV (human papillomavirus) the common cold of the sexually active world—but just because it's common doesn't mean it's not worth preventing when possible. While there are 40 different strains of the virus, only a couple of them are the ...
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