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Daily News 2012-10-04


Hilarious vaccine sales training manual for under-achieving pediatricians – Biomedcentral Pediatrics by The Refusers

Herd Immunity: Three Reasons Why I Don’t Vaccinate My Children… And Why Vaccine Supporters Shouldn’t Care

China close to entering WHO-approved global vaccine market

Typhoid fever vaccine batches under recall - Some batches of Typhim Vi vaccine used at travel medicine clinics may not be potent enough, manufacturer says

Flu Vaccines Available Through Board of Health - The Board of Health has some vaccines available for town residents.

HPV vaccine linked to syncope, skin infections post-vaccination

Inovio Pharmaceuticals says preclinical data “paves way” for mass vaccination, shares rally

Mexico Offers Free HPV Vaccines to Prevent Cervical Cancer

Tehama County Health Services: Fewer people eligible for public health vaccines

Vaccination is the key solution for encephalitis: NCPCR (video)

NVIC Presents Influenza Deaths: The Hype vs. The Evidence by Barbara Loe Fisher

Does DSM-V Mean Fewer Diagnoses? by Anne Dachel

Trial suggests Prevnar may also protect ages 18-49 - Pfizer Inc said a late-stage trial of its vaccine to protect against pneumococcal bacteria suggested it would also work in adults aged 18-49, thereby possibly expanding its sales.

KENYA: Major measles vaccine campaign planned

Flu vaccinations offered in October in Bennington

First Bell: Vaccination clinics coming up for staff; clarification on voting with student IDs; Pinckney science club alive and kicking

Researchers seek Nanton, Stavely opinions on flu vaccines

Flu Crew offers vaccinations earlier, in new locations

Vaccination Protects Against Chicken Pox

Vaccines ready for 50 million in Africa's 'Meningitis Belt' - A huge vaccination campaign to protect 50 million people against meningitis has been launched in seven African countries aiming to stamp out the deadly virus, health officials said Thursday.

Vaccine could have prevented E. coli: expert - Made-in-B.C. formula for cattle already approved by federal government, but use not mandatory

Army surgeons present new research on cancer vaccine, colorectal surgery

U.S-Acquired Human Rabies with Symptom Onset and Diagnosis Abroad, 2012

West Nile cases, deaths rose in past week, CDC says

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

Queens couple accused of shaking their baby to death want trial, reject plea deal

NU students investigating shaken-baby cases

NEWS SCAN: Pertussis in Utah, fungal meningitis outbreak, novel coronavirus probe, cantaloupe farm problems, Pakistan polio funds

Andrew Wakefield Press Conference Today - Counters Lies of UK Reporter Brian Deer Researcher Wakefield in LaCrosse Oct. 4 to Detail UK Reporter’s Fraud

Update: Influenza Activity — United States and Worldwide, May 20–September 22, 2012

Health Canada Endorsed Important Safety Information on TYPHIM Vi (Salmonella typhi Vi Capsular Polysaccharide Vaccine)

Sanofi recalls batches of typhoid vaccine; not as potent as should be

Draft Review of Thimerosal Issues in: A report by WHO’s ‘Global Advisory Committee on Vaccine Safety, June 2012 (pdf) Paul G. King, PhD CoMeD Science Advisor & Secretary

Science is quite safe from your pitiful little band…

Progress Toward Poliomyelitis Eradication — Afghanistan and Pakistan, January 2011–August 2012

Infant mortality rates regressed against number of vaccine doses routinely given: Is there a biochemical or synergistic toxicity?

Genetic Disorder Test for Newborns May Speed Up Diagnoses - Not yet ready for hospital use, it might allow doctors to confirm and treat conditions sooner

Severe Respiratory Illness Associated with a Novel Coronavirus — Saudi Arabia and Qatar, 2012

The State's worst measles outbreak in 14 years

"So really try and encourage people particularly young adults to get vaccination against measles free from either their GP or one of these special clinics we're setting up at the Catholic Club at Campbelltown from today until Saturday." COMPARE & SAVE ...
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Yahoo!7 News

GenVec inks $3.5M deal with Naval Medical Research Center

The data from the trial indicated the vaccine is safe, "causing minimal local or systemic reactions and no serious vaccine-related adverse reactions," according to GenVec's statement. And four out of 15 volunteers inoculated with the vaccine showed a ...
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Shingles cases on the rise

It is thought that because there is now less chickenpox in children, older people are not boosting their immunity to the virus and so may be more susceptible to shingles later in life. The herpes zoster vaccine, available in Australia and recommended ...
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The Virtual Medical Centre

Rotary opening polio resource centre in SITE Town

Rotary's Pakistan Polio Plus Committee is inaugurating a Polio Resource Centre at Bright Education Society situated in a densely populated town in western part of the city called the Sindh Industrial Training Estate (SITE) Town. The resource centre is ...
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Polio eradication plan: Unicef asked to take health dept on board over ...

PESHAWAR, Oct 3: The provincial government has asked Unicef to make recruitments for mobilisation of people in collaboration with health department to avoid duplication of activities and ensure joint efforts to eradicate polio, sources say. The ...
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Polio benefit race Oct. 27

Polio benefit race Oct. 27. Thursday, October 4, 2012. McCook Daily Gazette. McCOOK, Nebraska -- The McCook Rotary Club is sponsoring a "Race to End Polio" 1 Mile and 5K Run/Walk on Saturday, Oct. 27 to help eradicate polio around the world.
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Free immunization clinic offered Saturday in Olympia

Just a quick reminder that Thurston County Public Health and Social Services will hold a free back-to-school immunization clinic from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday at the Group Health Olympia Medical Center, 700 Lilly Road NE, Olympia.
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Tehama County Health Services: Fewer people eligible for public health vaccines

... vaccine can no longer be used to vaccinate anyone whose insurance covers vaccinations, children with Healthy Families insurance and children and adults with health savings accounts Children still qualify for low cost immunizations through Public ...
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Mexico Offers Free HPV Vaccines to Prevent Cervical Cancer

The Mexican government has launched an aggressive campaign to reduce the spread of human papillomavirus, offering free vaccines for school-age girls in a country where cervical cancer linked to the virus is the second-leading cause of cancer-related ...
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Trial suggests Prevnar may also protect ages 18-49

The vaccine, Prevnar 13, which already has $3.5 billion in annual sales from it use by those over age 50 and under age five, is designed to protect against pneumonia, meningitis and other infections caused by pneumococcal bacteria. Pfizer said on ...
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Pfizer Announces Top-Line Results Of Prevenar 13® Phase 3 Trial In Adults 18 ...

Pneumococcal disease is associated with significant mortality and morbidity for individuals of all ages. Prevenar 13 provides the broadest coverage of any pneumococcal conjugate vaccine and has proven effectiveness against invasive pneumococcal ...
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About Fungal Meningitis

Fungal meningitis is rare, but can be life threatening. Although anyone can get fungal meningitis, people at higher risk include those who have AIDS, leukemia, or other forms of immunodeficiency (an immune system that does not respond adequately to ...
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ABC2 News

Deadly meningitis outbreak reported in 5 states

NASHVILLE — An outbreak of a rare and deadly form of meningitis has sickened 26 people in five states who received steroid injections, mostly for back pain, health officials said Wednesday. Four people have died, and more cases are expected. Eighteen ...
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4 dead from rare meningitis, more cases expected

By MIKE STOBBE, Associated Press – 1 minute ago. NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Health officials are expecting to find more cases of a rare and deadly form of meningitis that has sickened more than two dozen people in five states. Four have died. All ...
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Meningitis outbreak puts spotlight on safety of custom-mixed drugs; widely ...

By MARILYNN MARCHIONE | Associated Press | 11 minutes ago in. Custom-mixed medicines like the steroid shots suspected in a meningitis outbreak have long been a source of concern, and their use is far wider than many people realize. Article continues ...
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New study clarifies safety issues of Gardasil HPV vaccine

The Gardasil vaccine, manufactured by Merck protects against four strains of HPV, which account for approximately 70% of cervical cancer cases in women. Gardasil was approved in 2006, after studies showed it was safe for use in females ages 9 to 26.
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eMaxHealth

Donald Campbell plundered daughter's trust fund to finance lavish lifestyle ...

"He was terrified of getting mumps and once he did not let me home for three weeks because mumps had been at school, and so I stayed with my grandmother in a hotel on the coast. "I didn't think anything about it, I went riding every day and so I was ...
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Telegraph.co.uk

Infant deaths prompt doctors' outcry: 'Get the Shot!'

At last count, six children have died of pertussis, or whooping cough, in Texas this year. More than 1,000 cases of the disease have been diagnosed in 2012, according to the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS). The six deaths so far this ...
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Pertussis Cases Mount in Vermont

It has been discovered by the Vermont Department of Health that since the summer, the cases of pertussis have reached sky high. Until September 24, 293 cases were confirmed, but at the latest point of time the number has gone up by some 300. The ...
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TopNews United States

Worst measles epidemic hits Australia's New South Wales

SYDNEY, Oct. 4 (Xinhua) -- Australia's New South Wales (NSW) is experiencing the state's worst measles epidemic in 14 years and people need to protect themselves and get vaccinated, the NSW Ministry of Health (NSW Health) warned Thursday. A total of ...
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KENYA: Major measles vaccine campaign planned

NAKURU, 4 October 2012 (IRIN) - The Kenyan government is set to conduct a "mop-up" vaccination campaign against measles following an outbreak of the disease in several areas of the country. Director of Public Health and Sanitation Shahnaaz Sharif said ...
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HPV vaccine may increase risk for skin infection, fainting

Along with fainting, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) note Gardasil and other HPV vaccines have the potential to cause dizziness, nausea and headaches. Unlike other studies on the HPV vaccine, however, the research published in the journal ...
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Flu season could lull folks to sleep

According to the Centers for Disease Control, the vaccine for the upcoming flu season protects against the swine flu, H3N2 and B flu strains. While the H1N1 virus used to make the 2012-2013 flu vaccine is the same virus that was included in the 2011 ...
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Vaccines ready for 50 million in Africa's 'Meningitis Belt'

In China, he added, GAVI coordinated a hepatitis B immunisation programme to prevent liver cancer, responsible for about 325,000 deaths a year, owing to the high rate of transmission of the virus from mother to child. "Over the next decade those cancer ...
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Vaccination Protects Against Chicken Pox

Consultant paediatrician at the Sabah Medical Centre (SMC) Dr Liaw Yun Haw told Bernama that the above scenario is common among those infected by chickenpox. Parents tend to take the disease for granted thinking it is a common childhood disease, ...
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Does DSM-V Mean Fewer Diagnoses?

Catherine Lord: “Does the new figure indicate that we are seeing an epidemic of autism, as some have speculated? “One possibility is that we are seeing the ...

Health roundup: HPV vaccine found safe in large study

Vaccine study: The Gardasil vaccine against the human papillomavirus, or HPV, is safe for teen girls and young women, a large new study finds. Like previous studies, this one found that some patients faint right after getting the shot and a few develop ...
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Pfizer Announces Top-Line Results Of Prevenar 13® Phase 3 Trial In Adults 18 ...

NEW YORK — Pfizer Inc. (NYSE:PFE) today announced top-line data assessing immunogenicity, tolerability and safety of Prevenar 13®* (Pneumococcal polysaccharide conjugate vaccine [13-valent, absorbed]) in adults 18 to 49 years of age. These data ...
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Health officials warn of more cases of rare fungal meningitis; over 2 dozen ...

Meningitis is caused by the inflammation of meninges, which are protective membranes covering the brain and spinal cord. Symptoms include severe and worsening headache, nausea, dizziness and fever. Some of the patients also experienced slurred ...
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Outbreak of rare meningitis hits 5 states

Tennessee's outbreak of a rare form of fungal meningitis has evolved into a national health crisis that has sickened at least 26 people in five states, killing four of them -- and officials say the count is certain to rise. A Massachusetts specialty ...
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WBIR-TV

4 dead from rare meningitis, more cases expected

Health officials are expecting to find more cases of a rare and deadly form of meningitis that has sickened more than two dozen people in five states. Four have died. All received steroid injections, mostly for back pain, a fairly typical treatment ...
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Kansas City Star

Fungal meningitis suspected in four deaths, 26 cases as outbreak grows

The fungus aspergillus is suspected in four deaths and 26 cases. By Maggie Fox, NBC News. Four people have died and 22 were made sick by meningitis linked to a rare fungal infection blamed on contaminated steroids, health officials said on Wednesday.
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Meningitis Tied to Pharmacy

Federal authorities are investigating the role of a specialized pharmacy in Massachusetts in an outbreak of meningitis that has sickened 26 people in five states after they received spinal steroid injections to relieve back pain. Four of them have died ...
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Wall Street Journal

Rare US Meningitis Outbreak Grows; 4 Dead, 22 Sick

An outbreak of a rare form of meningitis is likely to grow after sickening 26 people in five states, including four who died, health officials warned. All received steroid injections, mostly for back pain, a fairly typical treatment. The drug was made ...
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ABC News

NSW measles epidemic spreads

The state's single largest measles outbreak in more than a decade has spread to the Illawarra region of Sydney after initially being confined to the city's south and southwest, the department's Health Protection Director, Jeremy McAnulty, said on Thursday.
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Smallpox virus may treat breast cancer, Stanford researcher finds

Stanford School of Medicine researcher Sepideh Gholami is the lead author of a recently published study conducted by the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City that suggests that a version of smallpox, vaccinia virus, can be used to ...
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Rotary has role in ending polio

As all of us look back on our past we can't help but think about the wonderful opportunities that have been granted us as Americans. The freedom to worship as we please, to participate in our democratic rights as free citizens and the ability to come ...
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Contamination Seen as Cause for New Meningitis Outbreak in Five States

The Centers for Disease Control is investigating a horrifying outbreak of meningitis that thus far has killed four people and sickened 30 others across five states. The infection, caused by a particularly difficult to treat fungus called Aspergillus ...
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Daily Beast

In Outbreak, Meningitis Is Reported in 5 States

Published: October 3, 2012. An outbreak of a rare type of meningitis, linked to spinal injections for back pain, is growing and has killed four people and sickened at least 30 others in five states, health officials said on Wednesday. New cases are ...
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4 dead from rare meningitis, more cases expected

The type of meningitis involved is not contagious like the more common forms. This type is caused by a fungus often found in leaf mold and which health officials suspect may have been in the steroid. Eighteen of the cases are in Tennessee, where a ...
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WHY? – Mumps, etc.

And while the results were often excellent, it's exhilarating to hear the band return to their roots on Mumps, etc. The record is brilliantly produced and sequenced; instrumentation is rich and ornate (heavenly harps and ethereal bells abound) and the ...
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The Skinny

Measles Vaccination Date

THE government will conduct a nationwide measles vaccination campaign from November 3. The five-day campaign will target 6 million children aged between 9-59 months. Children in North Eastern will receive Vitamin A supplements and oral polio vaccine.
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Flu season is around the corner

Above, Lourdia Jolfier, 5, gets a flu vaccine Tuesday from Tonya Figueroa at the Collier County Health Department in Immokalee. / Andrew ... Florida has only seen sporadic cases as of this month, according to U.S. Centers for Disease Control and ...
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HPV vaccine found to be safe in new study - YouTube

Some parents have been concerned about the safety of the HPV vaccine. But doctors say a new ...
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Mexico orders HPV vaccinations for all 5th-grade girls, saying it will ...

Mexico on Wednesday launched a massive program to vaccinate fifth-grade girls against human papillomavirus, making it one of the few nations in the world ...
www.mcclatchydc.com/.../mexico-orders-hpv-vaccinations.ht...

HPV Vaccine Found Safe in Large Study: MedlinePlus

MONDAY, Oct. 1 (HealthDay News) -- The most common side effects in girls and young women who receive the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine appear to ...
www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/news/fullstory_129802.html

Whooping cough surge prompts vaccination plea to mums-to-be in Lincolnshire

Women who are between 28 and 38 weeks pregnant will be offered the immunisation to protect their unborn child until they are old enough to be immunised themselves. United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust said there had not been any babies admitted for the ...
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This is Lincolnshire

Maids 'must' complete vaccination course

Dr. Mahmoud Fikri, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health Assistant for Health Policies appealed to all the categories of expats who have to receive the Hepatitis B vaccination to complete all three doses in order to avoid fines. It is also mandatory ...
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Four polio vaccinators kidnapped, freed in SWA

PESHAWAR: Unidentified gunmen suspected to be Taliban kidnapped four polio contractors hired by the Unicef in South Waziristan Agency (SWA) late Monday and released them early Tuesday. Senior government officials and tribal sources told this ...
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Merck's HPV Vaccine Gardasil Shown Safe in Kaiser Study

Fainting and infection were among short-term side effects in a U.S. government-required study of 190,000 females in Kaiser Permanente's California insurance system who were tracked for 60 days after receiving the HPV vaccine. The study today in the ...
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Pea Ridge student diagnosed with meningitis

Photos. PEA RIDGE, Ark. —. A student from Pea Ridge was diagnosed with meningitis and airlifted to Arkansas Children's Hospital in Little Rock Friday, said officials with the Arkansas Health Department and Pea Ridge School District.
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Rare meningitis outbreak sickens 26 in five states

A sign marks an entrance to Saint Thomas Hospital medical campus in Nashville, Tenn., on Wednesday. An outbreak of a rare and deadly form of meningitis that has sickened more than two dozen people was first detected among patients treated at the Saint ...
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One case of rare meningitis found in North Carolina

State and national health officials are trying to learn more about a rare kind of meningitis that has been traced to spinal steroid injections at outpatient surgical centers and pain management clinics. Four people have died, including two in Tennessee ...
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Athens Bible School says viral meningitis cases are like the flu

Adams told The News Courier Wednesday the school had at least one case of viral meningitis. Although he declined to cite the exact number of cases, he said he had contacted the Alabama Department of Health and was informed the ABS cases do not ...
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Rare meningitis cases at 26 in 5 states, 4 deaths

Eighteen cases of fungal meningitis are in Tennessee where a Nashville clinic received the largest shipment of the steroid suspected in the outbreak. The drug was made by a specialty pharmacy in Massachusetts that issued a recall last week ...
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Tennessee fungal meningitis outbreak spreads to other states

NASHVILLE (Reuters) - State and federal health officials said on Wednesday that they expected more cases to be reported in a deadly outbreak of fungal meningitis they believe is linked to steroid injections given for pain at two clinics in Tennessee.
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Study: Gardasil can cause fainting and skin infections in some cases

Fainting and skin infections are some of the side effects associated with the HPV vaccine. A new study is looking closer into the vaccine know as Gardasil and what effects it may have on those who take it. Researchers found that fainting was six times ...
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Measles outbreak hits Kenya, 32 children die

Thirty two children have been reportedly killed countrywide following an outbreak of measles in Kenya, health experts have said. The report from the Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation indicates that measles cases have been reported in 45 out of ...
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AfricaNews

Four polio contractors kidnapped, freed in SWA

Two senior Taliban commanders of the Maulvi Nazeer group in Wana said they had already warned the Health Department and officials associated with the polio immunisation programme to stop their activities in the tribal region after the ban on polio ...
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Preventable diseases: Immunisation in KP yields 'mixed' results

A few years ago, a pilot project for universal immunisation was initiated against deadly diseases in women of child-bearing ages in Afghan refugee camps, Dr Pervez said. It proved successful as there were no NNT cases reported in almost six years.
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The Express Tribune

The Gina Cloud Show Tackles the Gardasil/HPV Vaccine Issue

27 September 2012, Gina Cloud hosted an interview with Norma Erickson, a representative of the International SaneVax Team, to get an Update on HPV ...
sanevax.org/the-gina-cloud-show-tackles-the-gardasilhpv-vacc...

New smallpox virus could 'cure' breast cancer, studies reveal

The next step will be to discover how effective smallpox is in treating women suffering triple negative breast cancer – an aggressive form of the disease that affects up to 20% of sufferers. It is particularly common in under-35s. Dr Sepideh Gholami ...
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Anti-polio drive from 15th

Chairing polio eradication meeting held at Town Hall on Wednesday, the DCO directed the entire official concerned to actively participate in the anti-polio campaign and to reach every nook and corner of the City. He said it should be ensured that every ...
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Mexico orders HPV vaccinations for all 5th-grade girls, saying it will end ...

Mexico becomes one of the few countries in the world to follow in the footsteps of Greece, which in 2007 made the HPV vaccination mandatory for girls entering seventh grade. Proponents of mandatory HPV vaccinations in the United States have found ...
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Five more cases of meningitis found

Officials found fungi in the biopsies of two patients, supporting the belief that the outbreak is a fungal form of meningitis, caused by microbes in the Aspergillus genus, rather than a bacterial or viral form of the illness. This type of meningitis is ...
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Community Immunity: Time to check those immunizations

Oregon is currently experiencing an epidemic of pertussis, or whooping cough, which is a highly contagious respiratory disease. As of mid-September, there have been 17 confirmed cases of pertussis in Clatsop County this year. Posted: Wednesday, October ...
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Measles epidemic spreads

NSW is experiencing its worst measles epidemic in 14 years, prompting health experts to urge people to ensure they are vaccinated against the highly infectious disease. A total of 145 cases have been reported state-wide this year, including 54 cases ...
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Sky News Australia

The selfish season

You don't need an appointment at most pharmacies and the vaccine is relatively inexpensive. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention states “it takes about two weeks after vaccination for antibodies to develop in the body and provide protection ...
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Preparing for Cold and Flu Season

"The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) reminds us that the single best way to prevent the flu is to get an influenza vaccine each season," said Diane M. White, a registered nurse with a master's of science in nursing and director of the ...
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Three types of flu shots available

Flu prevention comes in a variety of forms for the upcoming influenza season, with a few different vaccine options. “We've got injections ... Three types of flu shots are available, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. All of ...
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West Nile Outbreaks Likely to Be Unpredictable for Decades

In fact, the disease is likely to remain unpredictable for decades to come, said Dr. Lyle Petersen and Dr. Marc Fischer of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, who wrote about West Nile in this week's issue of the New England Journal of ...
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Free flu shots to Springfield students

Grabeel said the on-site clinics are convenient and allow students to receive the vaccination in just “a few minutes.” The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend the vaccine for any child, age six months, and older. This is the earliest ...
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This Year's Flu Vaccine Protects Against New Strains

Time to get your flu vaccine — and a surprising new report shows babies and toddlers seem to be getting protected better than the rest of us. Last year's flu shot won't shield you this year: Two new strains of influenza have begun circling the globe ...
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TIME

Immunisation days: 'Vitamin A could cut child mortality by a quarter'

The Health Department will provide Vitamin A doses to over 14 million children during the National Immunisation Days from October 15 to 17, said Dr Tanwir Ahmed, the director for health services at the Punjab Extended Programme on Immunisation (EPI), ...
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The Express Tribune

Kindred: Polio aside, Bob Israel stayed ahead of the game(s)

Polio kept Israel from playing. It couldn't take him out of the game. He kept the scorebook at Olympia beyond his 80th birthday, retiring following the 2000-01 season. “He just enjoyed being part of the basketball scene,” said Gaddis, who was Olympia's ...
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World Bank approves $24m for polio eradication

ISLAMABAD: The World Bank's Board of Directors has approved a $24 million second additional financing for the Third Partnership for Polio Eradication Project (TPPEP) to support the government of Pakistan's efforts to immunise 34.8 million children ...
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Merck's $1 Billion-a-Year Gardasil Vaccine Garners Another Safety Endorsement

For the past few years, the Merck (MRK) Gardasil vaccine for HPV, or human papillomavirus, has been a source of controversy. Social conservatives and some parents expressed concern that vaccination would be interpreted by teenagers as a green light for ...
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New Study: The HPV Vaccine Is Safe

Despite some concerns that the vaccine could cause harmful side effects, a new massive study published in the Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine found that getting Gardasil injections is safe. If you're not familiar with how it works, the ...
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