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Daily News 2012-07-25


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What if the Consumer Protection Safety Commission Managed VAERS?

What's New with Flu this Season: Industry Recommendations, New Vaccines and 100% Paperless Flu Program Solution

Country has plenty of whooping cough vaccine

Flu vaccine to be given to all children in the UK - All children are to be given the flu vaccination after experts said it could save up to 2,000 lives a year.

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Inspections, Compliance, Enforcement, and Criminal Investigations Sanofi Pasteur SA 7/12/12

Researchers Study Vaccine Created from Patient Blood Cells as Potential Weapon Against Aggressive Brain Tumors

Sanofi: Dengue Vaccine Shows Efficiency In Trials In Thailand

Influenza 2012: Potential Conflicts of Interest and the Role of Media - SaneVax

Four novel H3N2 cases linked to pigs in Indiana

NEWS SCAN: Mexico H7N3 culling, FluMist for UK kids, severity of influenza B, vaccine plant violations, dengue vaccine results

Study finds scarcity of drug trials in kids

Pertussis Vaccine Needed to Curb Whooping Cough Outbreak in Washington State

TB drugs chalk up rare win - Combination therapy is just one emerging weapon in the fight against tuberculosis.

State Website To Help Parents Track Kids' Vaccines

Vaccination records available online

Alberta government bolsters vaccination program for children ages four to six

Weekly Roundup: News on Tennessee's "Gateway" Law, Parental Consent for HPV Vaccines, and Olympic Sex

Scientists say novel 3-drug combination passes first-stage test as possible treatment for TB

Media malpractice on religion and vaccination

Health department reminds parents of vaccinations


In the Pipeline A Total Mess At the FDA

Flushing Sound: Pharma Must Pay To Toss Old Pills
by Ed Silverman - Pharmalot

Healthcare-Associated Infections Action Plan Update: Long-Term Care Facilities Chapter Available for Public Comment

Increase in Whooping Cough

Dr. Yeh stresses that it is very important that infants are given the pertussis vaccine on time. In addition, The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) ...

Poll Parents want HPV vaccine consent UPIcom

Most U.S. adults said parents should have the final say on whether their teen or pre-teen gets vaccinated against the human papillomavirus, a survey ...
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County looks to avoid pertussis outbreak with free adult shots

In a statement issued Thursday, the Arizona Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AzAAP) said this latest statistic underscores its call for ...

Dad urges parents to heed meningitis warning

Jonathan Hopper's son Benjamin was a baby when he contracted meningococcal b septicaemia, a form of the disease. Luckily because Benjamin's mum is a nurse she spotted the warning signs early – these include a skin rash, vomiting, stiff neck and ...
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Thame Today

ACC offering meningitis vaccinations in August

Students attending Alvin Community College for the first time in the fall 2012 semester can receive a state-required bacterial meningitis vaccination on campus on Aug. 2 and 16. The vaccinations will cost $90 for students 19 and older. Students 18 and ...
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Texas A&M Biologists Prove ZOLOFT Packs Potential to Fight Fungal Meningitis

COLLEGE STATION, Texas, July 25, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- New research conducted by biologists at Texas A&M University suggests that ZOLOFT®, one of the most widely prescribed antidepressants in the world, also packs a potential ...
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Health Dept. Measles Immunization Advisory

The Department of Health would like to remind residents travelling overseas this summer to events such as the Olympic Games in London to make preparations to be vaccinated against measles before travelling abroad. A spokesperson said: “Measles may ...
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UN-backed measles vaccination campaign reaches over 5 million Afghan children

A United Nations-supported government campaign to eradicate measles and polio has vaccinated over 5.6 million children in Afghanistan over the past two weeks, and organizers are stressing the need for more funds to complete the effort next month.
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UN News Centre

Health Restoration 101

Mercury was been removed from children's vaccines but not from flu shots, and vaccines still contain aluminum and dozens of other potentially harmful ...

Polio eradication: Previously prohibited areas to receive vaccines

PESHAWAR / DI KHAN: The political administration of Khyber Agency has trained 45 khasadars to assist the polio campaign and provide vaccination at transit points. Agency surgeon Dr Azam Khan told The Express Tribune that special training was being ...
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The Express Tribune

Pakistan police to force polio drops on children

Pakistan police to force polio drops on children. Health workers in Pakistan have taken the desperate step of calling in the police to force polio drops on children whose parents refuse the immunisation, as they battle opposition from hardline mullahs.
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Telegraph.co.uk

Global anti-polio drive stumbles on funds shortfall, 94 million kids vulnerable

NEW DELHI: In the coming months, either polio will be finished globally or it will strike back with horrifying results, wiping out over two decades of global immunization drives. This unprecedented situation has led the World Health Organisation (WHO ...
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Schools not reporting increased cases of whooping cough

The rise of whooping cough cases being reported around the nation hasn't made its way to local schools. Just two cases of pertussis, which is known as whooping cough, were reported in Newport News Public Schools this year according to Daria Weber, the ...
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Statement From The March of Dimes On 50-year High of Pertussis Cases In US

"Pertussis (whooping cough) cases could reach its highest level in the United States in more than 50 years, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The March of Dimes, which works for stronger, healthier babies, is very ...
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Medical: Faltering vaccinations for pertussis, other kids' diseases?

The most pressing lapse appears to be immunity from pertussis or whooping cough, a once-common respiratory infection that's making its strongest comeback since the late 1950s, according to figures released by the federal Centers for Disease Control and ...
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Statement From The March of Dimes On 50-year High of Pertussis Cases In U.S.

"Pertussis (whooping cough) cases could reach its highest level in the United States in more than 50 years, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The March of Dimes, which works for stronger, healthier babies, is very ...
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Flu vaccines for all children

The Joint Committe on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) said the new strategy would avert a large number of flu cases among children as well as many severe cases and deaths, mostly among the elderly and others vulnerable to the infection.
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BBC News

HPV vaccine for boys is welcome | Star Online

Great news that Gardasil, the HPV (human papilloma virus) vaccine, will now be available free to a generation of Australian boys. The vaccine, developed in Queensland, has been given to ...
Star Online

Second dose of the chicken pox vaccine soon available

A second dose of the varicella (or chicken pox) vaccine will now be part of the regular schedule of immunizations, free for preschool children starting August first. "Two doses of the vaccine will be made available to the more than 4000 eligible pre ...
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Alberta to give 2nd vaccine against chicken pox to kids aged four and six

EDMONTON - Alberta Health is making a second dose of the chicken pox vaccine available for free to all preschool children starting next month. The vaccine will be combined with the second dose of the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine scheduled for ...
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Case of Pertussis Reported in Local Summer Music Program

According to the Suffolk County Department of Health Services, children and adults may develop pertussis even if vaccinated due to the decline in immunity to the disease. The letter, posted on the district website, provides information about the ...
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Texas Has Offered HPV Vaccine for Years

Though the Legislature shot down Perry's executive order requiring 12-year-old girls to be vaccinated with Gardasil to prevent the transmission of human ...

officials urge whooping-cough vaccines

"The lower immunization rate is creeping up on us," said Dr. Dale Guthrie, president of the Arizona chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics. CDC officials said the most ... Protection from the childhood vaccine fades over time. More than half of ...
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Once more into the breach: AB 2109

... the author of the bill, and also Dr. Paul Offit, who has done as much as anyone in recent history to promote vaccination for all appropriate children.

Candy Rhodes Named Florida Grand Prize Winner of “I Need a Special ...

According to contest judge, Kim Stagliano, editor-in-chief, Age of Autism, the entries were all in some way special. It was extremely difficult to narrow it ...

NIH Awards $9 Million to Emory CFAR

Behavioral interventions designed by CFAR faculty have been included in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) compendium of evidence-based HIV prevention interventions. An HIV vaccine first developed by CFAR scientists at the Emory ...
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Flu spray to combat school 'virus factories'

The target is to give the vaccine in a nasal spray in the six weeks before the flu season starts every year (two doses the first year and one thereafter) to nine million youngsters. Schools and ... Credit: Reuters/Centers for Disease Control/Handout ...
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ITV News

Nigeria in endless battle to eliminate Polio

The Global Polio Eradication (GPEI)-led by the World Health Organisation (WHO), Rotary International, the US Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) was launched in 1988 when the World Health ...
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BusinessDay

All children will be immunised against flu, ministers confirm

As GP magazine revealed in May, the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) backed vaccination of all children earlier this year. The JCVI has now made its official recommendations to ministers and the DH has announced that health ...
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Researchers identify new target for anti-malaria drug

Tuesday, July 24th, 2012. Vaccine News Daily. Skip to content. Home · About Us · Contact Us · Log In · ← Flu activity on rise in Southern Hemisphere · Study shows success against TB with combo therapy → ... Africa AIDS anthrax Australia Canada Cancer ...
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Vaccine News Daily (blog)

Hepatitis affect 5mn people in South Asia during next decade: WHO

"About 65 percent of those with hepatitis B and 75 percent of those with hepatitis C do not know they are infected. An effective vaccine has been available to prevent hepatitis B since 1982," the WHO said. The UN health agency added that it is ...
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Human papillomavirus types do not replace others after large-scale vaccination

Vaccines against human papillomavirus (HPV) are now recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for both teenage boys and girls. The vaccine protects against the two most common types of the virus that cause cervical cancer: HPV ...
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Increased chickenpox protection

The announcement, made Tuesday, outlines an amended immunization program, which will add a second dose of the varicella, or chickenpox, vaccine to the existing battery of vaccines for preschool-aged children. The first dose of the varicella vaccine is ...
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Meningitis vaccination needed for admissions

Meningitis vaccination needed for admissions. BY SANDRA CLAY. Students who plan to attend college this fall anywhere in the state of Texas are required to have had the meningococcal vaccination. It must have been given within the last five years and at ...
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Benidorm Star Crissy Rock Helps Meningitis Survivor Raise £3500

A charity set up for a toddler who survived a life threatening form of meningitis has received a cheque for just over £3500. Three-year-old Richard Hunter lost both his legs below the knee, his right arm and fingertips from his left hand when, aged ...
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Is lack of vaccination boosting whooping cough?

However, it's curious that Washington state has seen such a large jump; the incidence of pertussis overall in that state is nine times higher than the national average," astronomer Phil Plait wrote Tuesday. Why would this be? Well, it so happens that ...
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Stick to the Vax facts

She wants to know if there's a connection with immunisations. And the ever-zealous Australian Vaccination Network – which claims to be pro-choice, rather than anti-vaccination, but disproves that with everything they do – respond. AVN head Meryl Dorey ...
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Indigenous vaccination a 'screaming success'

Dr Robert Menzies, Deputy Director of Surveillance at the National Centre for Immunisation Research (NCIR), says immunisation campaigns in remote areas of central and northern Australia have delivered visible improvements to the health of many ...
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Pakistan polio drive hit by murder of health worker

Pakistan, Nigeria and Afghanistan are the only countries where wild polio virus persists, with Pakistan considered the toughest hold-out. Gadap is one of three strongholds of the virus in Pakistan, and as an urban area with many migrant families it is ...
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Pakistan: Polio Vaccination Drive Update

“The partners of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative remain committed to supporting the Government of Pakistan and the people of Pakistan in their efforts to eradicate this devastating disease,” the statement affirmed. The poliomyelitis virus ...
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Second-round of chicken pox vaccine now available for pre-school children

Second round of chicken pox vaccine now available for pre-school children. By Staff Metro Edmonton. Share this Article. The Alberta government is offering a second round of the varicella vaccine to children between four and six to fight against chicken ...
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Alberta government bolsters vaccination program for children ages four to six

The second chickenpox shot will be available to more than 4000 preschoolers and will piggyback on the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine, which kids get at community health centres before heading to school. The vaccine alone will cost the province $1.7 ...
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Hepatitis could kill 5 mn in Southeast Asia: WHO

An effective vaccine has been available to prevent hepatitis B since 1982, the WHO said. The UN health agency added that it is developing a strategy to prevent and control viral hepatitis in the region. WHO is bringing health experts from 11 countries ...
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FDA seeks data mining tool to track adverse drug reactions

The Food and Drug Administration is in the market for a data mining tool that will gather information on adverse reactions to vaccines and other drugs, according to solicitation documents posted Monday. The agency expects the new tool to collect better ...
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Schools not reporting increased cases of whooping cough

Just two cases of pertussis, which is known as whooping cough, were reported in Newport News Public Schools this year according to Daria Weber, the district's supervisor of health services. One at Yates Elementary involved a student who was still ...
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Whooping cough immunity doesn't last

Sylvia Ojeh from El Sobrante Calif, reacts to a Tdap shot, that contains Tetanus, Diphtheria, Pertussis, at the Adult Immunization & Travel Clinic Wednesday May 2, 2012 in San Francisco, Calif. Photo: Lance Iversen, The Chronicle / SF. Sylvia Ojeh from ...
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San Francisco Chronicle

Moves to contain measles outbreak

MEASLES is spreading through the Campbelltown area after first appearing in Eagle Vale last month. South Western Sydney Local Health District director of public health Stephen Conaty said there had been at least 22 local cases of measles since the ...
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All adults urged to get pertussis vaccine

... regardless of age," says Beth Carroll, RN, immunization coordinator for the Hampton Health Department. The Centers for Disease Control also particularly recommends that pregnant women get vaccinated in the third trimester or immediately post-partum.
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Weekly Roundup: News on Tennessee's "Gateway" Law, Parental Consent for ...

This poll is just the latest proof that the HPV vaccine has a public relations problem and that educators and health care providers have to continue to hammer home the important points: HPV is very common; this vaccine is the best prevention available; ...
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RH Reality Check (blog)

Young women urged to get HPV vaccine

Women aged 14-22 are being advised to visit their GP during the summer break if they think they may have missed the HPV vaccine. The scheme started at schools in 2008 for the HPV vaccine, also known as the cervical cancer jab, to protect women from two ...
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Osteopathic Physicians Support Booster Dose of Meningitis Vaccine

Cases of meningitis tend to peak between ages 17-21 — a time when many teens are in communal living settings, such as college dormitories, where meningitis tends to spread. Members of the American Osteopathic Association's (AOA) House of Delegates ...
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9th Circuit judges hear Idaho parent rights case

Mueller had done some research, though, and believed the chance that her baby had meningitis was extremely slight. She also knew that spinal taps could have complications — although rare — that included severe headaches and even paralysis.
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American Kabuki: Goverment Admits Thimerosal (Mercury) in ...

The male/female ratio indicated that autism (17) and speech disorders (2.3) were reported more in males than females after thimerosal-containing DTaP ...
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Pakistani cleric renounces support for polio immunisation

But he explained that while immunisation might be permitted by Islam, it made no sense for foreign agencies to try to keep children free from disease while at the same time bombing Pakistan. "If you people are that much curious about the health of ...
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Telegraph.co.uk

Immunisation the only protection against virus

Immunisation the only protection against virus. 25 Jul, 2012 12:00 AM. AN outbreak of feline AIDS is hitting Camden's cats. Macarthur Vet Group has urged residents to get their pets tested and vaccinated before the feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV ...
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Alberta to give 2nd vaccine against chicken pox to kids aged four and six

Dr. James Talbot, Alberta's chief medical officer of health, says the second dose will be combined with the regularly scheduled measles, mumps and rubella vaccine as a way to make it easy for families to take advantage of this additional protection for ...
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Health department reminds parents of vaccinations

Children entering school should have five doses of DTaP (diphtheria, tetanus and acellular pertussis), four doses of IPV (polio), three doses of HBV (hepatitis B), two doses of MMR (measles, mumps and rubella), and two doses of varicella (chickenpox) ...
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PMA criticises attacks on anti-polio campaigners

At a meeting held by the Pakistan Medical Association (PMA) on Monday, the doctors said that they are taking part in the anti-polio campaigns as part of their duty but the government has not given them adequate protection. They condemned the attack on ...
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The Express Tribune

Strategy being devised to halt cross-border transmission of polio

The two-day meeting in Kabul has brought together, key stakeholders of both the governments to address emerging issues regarding eradication of polio from the region. Pakistan and Afghanistan, coupled with Nigeria, are the world's last three countries ...
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Pertussis on the Rise Nationwide

"We have not seen large numbers here, but I would anticipate as time goes on that we will see cases of pertussis or whooping cough," Ward said, "and that's why it's so important that we have our kids vaccinated." In fact, students going into 7th and ...
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Whooping Cough Cases Spark Concern

New York health officials and doctors are keeping their eye on incidences of pertussis, or whooping cough, trying to assess whether the recent spike in cases is part of a regular cycle or due in part to parents boycotting or forgetting vaccinations ...
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Wall Street Journal (blog)

Sprowston man prepares for naked skydive in memory of meningitis victim Ryan ...

A driver from Sprowston will jump out of a plane wearing nothing but his birthday suit to raise £1000 for a meningitis charity in memory of his friend, Ryan Sweatman, who died this year. Comments; Email; Print; Got a story? To send a link to this page ...
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Norwich Evening News

9th Circuit comes to Boise to hear parent rights case

Doctors insisted on giving the infant a spinal tap and antibiotics because of the slight but serious risk of meningitis. The mother refused to consent, asking instead to first call and confer with her husband and naturopathic physician; the hospital ...
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College offers shot clinics

Lone Star College System has scheduled on-campus clinics to help first-time students younger than 30 comply with a state mandated bacterial meningitis vaccination. Students may receive vaccinations at any campus clinic. For a complete list of clinics ...
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Gardasil shot problems! please help if youve had this shot ...

I recently read that the gardasil shot given to wo… ... Gardasil shot problems! please help if youve had this shot!!? I recently read that the gardasil shot given to ...
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Pitt scientists developing universal flu vaccine in partnership with Sanofi ...

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that annual flu-associated deaths in the United States range from 3000 to 49000, depending on the severity of the virus. The CDC has stated that, in the next five years, it wants ...
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Genital warts on the decline among Swedish women

The findings are "in all likelihood" a sign the vaccine is working, said Amy Leval of Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, who worked on the study. But they also suggest that not enough ... where vaccine uptake in girls is about 80 percent. HPV is the ...
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Human Papillomavirus Types Do Not Replace Others After Large-Scale ...

ScienceDaily (July 24, 2012) — Vaccines against human papillomavirus (HPV) are now recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for both teenage boys and girls. The vaccine protects against the two most common types of the virus ...
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Whooping cough surge in adults threatens babies

In the U.S., the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta called this the worst year for whooping cough in five decades. Mostly ... "I would encourage parents to go out and get the vaccine for themselves as well as their children and their ...
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CBC.ca

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Alberta doubles up chicken pox vaccine

The second dose will be combined with the second round of immunization for measles, mumps and rubella scheduled for children between the ages of four and six. The new dose will better protect children and their families from the disease, said Dr. James ...
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