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

Daily News 2011-11-27

Cyclists ride to fight polio

Mr Lipscombe, Essendon's John Iacovangelo and Joel Maligeorgos from Patterson Lakes, supported by other Rotarians, made the six-day trip in May to raise money for Rotary's Polio Challenge. Their efforts netted $11000, which was presented to Rotary's ...
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Leader News

Campaign against Polio to Begin Today

Khartoum – A two-day campaign to vaccinate all children below the age of five against polio virus and to provide supplementary vitamin A begins Monday across Sudan for two days. Director of the Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI), Dr. Amani Abdul ...
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Sudan Vision

Health initiative receives a boost

BUSBY Medical Practice has been awarded a $20000 GlaxoSmithKline adult immunisation grant to implement an adult immunisation program with indigenous patients in the community. Practice manager Louise Warry said the funds would be used for appropriate ...
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Treasurer must tread fine line on budget cuts

Early indications point to billions of dollars of corporate welfare cuts and at least one cut to household welfare - taking away the $258 maternity immunisation allowance paid to all families of fully immunised children aged up to five. ...
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Sanofi's Gardasil Ousts Glaxo Cervarix From U.K. HPV Program ...

The U.K. Department of Health said it will switch to Sanofi and Merck & Co.'s Gardasil cervical- cancer vaccine starting next September, after using ...
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UK switches to Merck's Gardasil for HPV vaccination - Caring4Cancer

The move underscores Gardasil's lead in a $1 billion-plus worldwide market for vaccines that protect against the sexually transmitted human papillomavirus ...
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India is on the verge of polio-free stage – World Health Organisation

Geneva: The World Health Organization (WHO) has said that India is about to eradicate polio completely and it is on the verge of eradication and however it's nearer countries are still struggling to eradicate polio still now including the largest ...
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Investigation opening up over Obama's drug deal

A lawmaker from the same party as the president is asking for an investigation of Obama's suspicious $433-million contract with a democratic donor's pharmaceutical company for an unapproved, experimental smallpox drug. Sen. ...
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RT

UST Global honoured for corporate social responsibility

Giving details, the spokesperson said the company raises funds and organises volunteers for immunisation projects launched and managed by 'PATH,' a non-profit organisation that creates sustainable, culturally relevant solutions enabling communities ...
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You Turn AGE OF AUTISM

By Cathy Jameson I saw four cars make a u-turn at a major intersection one morning. It's not such a big deal. Everyone retraces their steps every now and ...
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Georgia Immunization Coalition offers free flu shot locator online

If you have yet to get your flu shot and not sure where to find one, the Georgia Immunization Coalition website features a flu shot locator. Visit www.immunizeadultga.org for a list of health departments and clinics offering the flu vaccine by county. ...
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We need a concerted effort on all fronts to conquer AIDS

... order to receive a vaccine against HIV? In our day the control of HIV/AIDS will not come from a doctor, researcher or politician. It will come from both the individual and the community. Do you know your HIV status? The Centers for Disease Control ...
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VISION, CDC observe flu vaccine week

And more than 200000 people are hospitalized in the United States every year as a result of flu complications, according to the website for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Ga. The flu also can be deadly. Between 1976 and 2007, ...
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52 children with acute flaccid paralysis detected

Fortunately, none of these children have been infected with polio. A senior NMC health officer told TOI that a team of health officials, under the guidance of World Health Organisation, while on a surveillance drive in city's 10 zones and 13 tehsils ...
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Boy must deal with chicken pox

The story starts out with a boy who gets chicken pox. He keeps scratching and he gets more and more. He tries cream but cannot get a break from the itching. His mother gives him an oatmeal bath and this helps. Every day when he wakes up he has fewer ...
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Dr. Frank Bures: Egg allergy? Flu vaccine is safer now

The question of whether it is safe to give influenza vaccine to children with egg ... Both the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Advisory Committee on ...

Hunters beware: Ticks, Lyme disease on the rise

According to recent data from the national Centers for Disease Control, Pennsylvania is ranked first in the nation in cases of Lyme disease. Of the nearly 30000 confirmed cases of Lyme disease and almost 10000 probable cases reported in the United ...
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INNOVATION ECONOMY Testing vaccine to block nicotine

In the United States, about 46 million people smoke, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. “About half of those people try to stop in a given year,'' says John Hughes, a psychiatry professor at the University of Vermont who ...
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The Boston Globe

A long struggle with natives

A concomitant fact is that the original English settlement came on the heels of a series of terrible epidemics among the natives: smallpox, measles, typhoid. It has been estimated that within 50 years of the Spanish invasion of the Americas in the 16th ...
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Gastro vaccine being considered for all babies

The Health Authority - Abu Dhabi (Haad) is working with hospitals to study the feasibility of including the rotavirus vaccine in the National Immunisation Programme (Nip), said Dr Mohammed Howidi, a paediatric consultant at Mafraq Hospital. ...
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Attitude, family's loving care triumph over polio

PHOTOS COURTESY OF THE BOST FAMILY Polio ravaged Jack Bost's body at age 8, leaving him with the control of only his left foot. A future of paralysis loomed before him. Doctors informed his distraught family that, with good care and a dose of luck, ...
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Wellness: Shingles and the Zostavax vaccine

This painful illness, shingles, is caused by the chickenpox virus, varicella-zoster. The virus lies inactive in nerve tissue near the spinal cord and brain, and it can reactivate as shingles when you are older. About 98 percent of Americans older than ...
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The Case Against Breast-Feeding

I dutifully breast-fed each of my first two children for the full year that the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends. I have experienced what the ...

Vaccine law a burden on uninsured students

State health officials made the right call in temporarily amending policy to allow students entering college in January to get free meningitis vaccines at public clinics if they cannot afford them. Local health departments were ordered last week to ...
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India: meningococcal meningitis fatalities fall for the third straight year

Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad said Friday at least 245 people have died in 2011 from the bacterial infection, meningococcal meningitis. The vast majority of fatalities (179) were seen in West Bengal. Though the number seems high, Azad rightly points ...
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Battling immunisation ignorance

Mrs McLennan has whooping cough, also known as pertussis. The throat niggle began almost three weeks ago and she's been in isolation, "confined to barracks", since Tuesday, when the respiratory disease was confirmed. She will be allowed out today, ...
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The Dominion Post

Claire McCaskill Calls for Smallpox Drug Inquiry

UPI/Alexis C. Glenn Claire McCaskill, a leading Senate Democrat and chairwoman of the Senate subcommittee, called for a federal inquiry this week into the Obama administration's $433 million award for an experimental smallpox drug contract, ...
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Bring back the Mysterious Cabbie (Andrew Wakefield) on Grimm ...

Bring back the Mysterious Cabbie (Andrew Wakefield) on Grimm - Description: Andrew Wakefield is a local Portland, Oregon actor that specializes in short ...
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Reader Poll: Should Ron Paul Run As An Independent?

Perry = Gardasil for little girls, “niggerhead” on farm, “oops, whats the 3rd one?”, “Bank-of-America helping him out”. End the wars/empire, end the federal ...

Health officials work to raise childhood immunization rates

An outbreak last year in California of more than 9000 reported cases included 10 infant deaths, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Those most at-risk for pertussis include newborns, who can't receive the vaccine until 2 months of age. ...
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Vaccination campaign against measles begins

By Abdullah Al-Magatti DHULUM – The Ministry of Health launched the second stage of the national vaccination campaign against measles, German measles and mumps by deploying its field teams Saturday. The second stage campaign will target all male and ...
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More Measles Complications Reported

By Vincent Iannelli, MD, About.com Guide November 26, 2011 Most people are well aware of the measles outbreaks that we have been seeing the last few years. We are up to well above 220 cases in the United States, a 15 year record, but over 30000 in ...
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