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Daily News 2011-11-23


11-23-2011_for_wednesday Hartmann: The Science, the Politics & the Danger of Vaccines – YouTube - The Refusers

The Waldorf Way: No Tests, No Grades, No Shots? – Slate - The Refusers

Merck Pleads Guilty to Criminal Charge and Pays $950 Million Fine for Vioxx - The Refusers

Letter to parents who skip kids’ vaccinations – Dr. Jason Eberhart-Phillips, Marin Independent Journal - The Refusers

Clever Parents Autistic Kids? by Kim Stagliano - Age of Autism

How Effective Is the HPV Vaccine at Preventing Cancer? A Closer Look…

And now comes one more eminently logical assumption: prevent cervical lesions from some strains of HPV in some people for some period of time, and you will save lives from cervical cancer overall. Unfortunately, while the two HPV vaccines on the market ...
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Discover Magazine (blog)

Debate rages over new bird flu research; some argue it's not safe to publish

Two recently published studies, one by scientists from the US Centers for Disease Control and another by scientists at St. Jude's Children's Hospital in Memphis, Tenn., both involved engineering viruses with some genes from H5N1 viruses. ...
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Sheffield students take part in meningitis study

Sheffield students have taken part in meningitis research in a bid to find new ways to combat the disease. In the study at Sheffield's Royal Hallamshire Hospital, 300 participants were inoculated with nasal drops of meningitis bacteria. ...
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A Yawner: New Dads Are Tired

And if that's not a scientific finding right up there with the eradication of smallpox, hang on to your hats: These researchers also cautioned that overtired dads pose possible safety concerns in the workplace because of their sleepiness. ...
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Health Authorities Announce Vaccination Campaign to Combat Measles

On Tuesday, provincial health officials have launched a vaccination campaign in Montreal as an attempt to curb the rapidly increasing spell of measles. The health officials have notified that the virus can be considered as an epidemic in the Quebec ...
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TopNews New Zealand

Flu cases reported at Purcell hospital

State health officials said there is no better time than now to receive an annual flu shot. “As much as 10 percent of the United States work force will get the flu this year, with 17 million workdays lost as a result,” said State Health Commissioner ...
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Christian politicians exalt suffering in GOP campaign

By Susan Jacoby Imagine that the year is 1932 and presidential candidate Franklin D. Roosevelt, instead of addressing himself to the economic paralysis that has gripped the nation, talks endlessly about the polio-induced paralysis of his own legs as ...
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Age no deterrent for deadly disease

MENINGITIS is often thought to be a condition that largely affects children and young adults, but it's important to remember this deadly disease can strike people of all ages. The condition affects the body through inflammation of the meninges, ...
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Sanofi education campaign aims to combat kid vax fears

... though the leading proponent of that thoroughly-discredited theory, US-based English physician Andrew Wakefield, was recently barred from practicing ...

Medical Marketing and Media

Southern DHB - Measles Update 1

From 1 January 2011 until 11 November 2011 there have been 14 cases of measles notified to Public Health South. In the same period 466 cases have been notified from across New Zealand and 348 of these have been from the Auckland region. ...
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Number of measles cases stands at one

It turns out some suspected cases of measles were just that -- suspected, and not the real infection. As iNews880 reported last week, Alberta Health Services (AHS) was awaiting test results of potential secondary cases of the measles, after one person ...
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Edinburgh employers urge staff to protect against winter flu

"As a large employer, we never underestimate the impact of the flu virus, and anything which can help protect people from passing on the viruses is to be commended.” This year's flu vaccine protects against three types of flu including the swine flu ...
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STV Local

U.S. Patent Awarded for Rochester's Pioneering HPV Vaccine Work ...

The development of an HPV vaccine has involved many investigators throughout the world In addition to the University of Rochester other institutions that ...
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Gay men should be screened for HPV-related cancers

According to the Centers for Disease Control, “genital Human Papillomavirus (also called HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection (STI). There are more than 40 HPV types that can infect the genital areas of males and females. ...
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New flu type, similar to one from '90s, hits 3 children in north-central Iowa

She said people who were exposed to those strains should have some residual immunity to the new strain, and the current flu shot could boost that protection. She said children who weren't alive during the 1990s might be more open to infection with the ...
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Daily News 2011-11-22 | Vaccination News

... Adverse Reactions · Age of Autism - UPI · Archived Sections ...
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November 23 roundup

... earlier] Federal Circuit demands valid scientific evidence before opening up National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program fund. [NLJ; Porter v. ...

Rotary Intl working to make Af-Pak, Nigeria polio-free

PTI | 05:11 PM,Nov 23,2011 Vadodara, Nov 23 (PTI) The Rotary International is committed to eradicate Polio from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Nigeria, besides making India free of this disease, its President Kalyan Banerjee said today. ...
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Nigeria: Official Worried Over Polio Vaccine Rejection

Kaduna — Chairman of the Kaduna State Action Committee on Immunization (SACI), Dr Mustapha Jumare, has expressed concern over rejection of polio vaccine in some parts of the state. Dr Jumare, who spoke yesterday in Zaria at a meeting with traditional ...
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Trail warriors tell polio to 'take a hike'

For those who are experiencing post-polio symptoms, echo means a return of a devastating disease that was literally wiped out in this country with the advent of the polio vaccine in 1955. For Bradford Dowden, 57, and his sister, now 60, ...
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Party cash boosts funds

A Banchory man raised £600 for the Meningitis Trust and the Royal Aberdeen Children's Hospital at his 40th birthday party, to thank them for looking after his son, who contracted the killer disease. Kevin Tracy celebrated his 40th birthday recently by ...
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It's time to get your flu vaccination

The flu vaccination is extremely safe. The children's version does not contain any ingredients such as mercury. The flu vaccine never can cause a case of ...

PORTER v. SECRETARY OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

... for compensation under the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program ... a preponderance of the evidence that the hepatitis B vaccine—which they both ...

Transgene Biotek to sell biogeneric drug tech to German co for $5 m

Transgene had earlier out-licensed two of its technologies -- a recombinant Hepatitis B vaccine to one of the largest vaccine producers in the world and more recently Orlistat to one of the Indian pharma companies with a significant presence in the ...
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CIA Boosts Vaccination Conspiracies

But then the CIA cooked up a ruse to obtain confirmatory DNA by entering the house under the guise of a Hepatitis B vaccination program. Although the “medical” team got inside, it is not known if it obtained the proof it sought. ...
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Challenges of family planning

So has vaccination, much accelerated through the work of Unicef and more recently with funds channelled via the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation (Gavi). The history of the “demographic transition” shows that greater child survival has ...
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Financial Times

Measles vaccination details announced

The Montreal Health Agency has announced some of the details of a measles vaccination campaign to be carried out in schools across the island, and across the province, between January and March. The Health Agency is sending letters to all parents on ...
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ACT measles cases confirmed

ACT Health has issued an alert after four cases of measles were confirmed in the territory. Three were detected at the Orana Steiner School in Weston, and the fourth case involves a younger child. Two children have been admitted to hospital for ...
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What's on Your Thanksgiving Menu Autism Friends AGE OF AUTISM

Many of us cook special foods for our families - gluten free, casein free, SCD, Feingold, nut free and other diets that plant us squarely in the kitchen ...
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Nigeria: Immunisation - Emir Calls for Upward Review of Allowances of Vaccinators

The Emir of Dutse in Jigawa, Alhaji Nuhu Sunusi, has called for an upward review of the allowances of vaccinators and supervisors for the effectiveness of immunisation exercise across the country. Sunusi made the call when he received the newly ...
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the Truth about Gardasil: Gardasil marketing: putting the profit cart ...

On first glance, a study published by drug manufacturer Merck & Co., in the New England Journal of Medicine appears to declare the Gardasil vaccine a.
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Gardasil shot???!!!!? - Yahoo! Answers

Ok so I got my 1st dose of a gardasil shot today and I'm feeling pretty good ... If you really don't want to take it, maybe you shouldn't.. It could be dangerous as you ...
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His father's footstaps: Polio vaccine pioneer's son continues work

Dr. Peter Salk, son of polio vaccine creator Jonas Salk, speaks Tuesday to Stockton Rotarians about efforts to eradicate the disease and other medical advances during the 38th annual All City Thanksgiving Luncheon at First Baptist Church. ...
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'My little girl could see my lips moving but couldn't hear me'

She said: "Meningitis takes things away and very rarely gives them back. It changed our lives. Jasmine will always be deaf. It's not reversible. "Children lose their hearing, their sight, their limbs and then have their whole lives to deal with it. ...
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Measles outbreak at Orana school

BY PETER JEAN AND JACQUELINE WILLIAMS A student from the Orana Steiner School has been admitted to hospital with measles and at least three of his classmates have been diagnosed with the illness. ACT Chief Health Officer Paul Kelly has written to ...
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Novel flu strain found in Webster, Hamilton Co.

Prescott advocates getting a flu shot as soon as possible. "People that routinely get that flu shot have immunity towards all these different strains, even if it is a novel strain," she said. "If you have that flu shot, that gives you a little bit of ...
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This season's flu shot not made overnight

OKLAHOMA CITY — Doctors' offices, drug stores, grocery stores — getting a flu shot is easier than ever before because they're available almost anywhere. “The easier the access to flu vaccines, the better, because we're all at risk,” said Oklahoma ...
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Dr. Julia's Inn: In-home days explained; flu shots toxic

But just to name a few, there are thimerosal, ethylene glycol, phenol, ... Thimerosal is mercury, and it is the toxic issue that I have just shared with you ...

Transgene Biotek Sells Erythropoietin To TSS Export

The company in recent years had out-licensed two of its technologies - a recombinant Hepatitis B Vaccine to one of the largest vaccine producers in the world, and more recently Orlistat to one of the biggest Indian pharma companies with a significant ...
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Looking out for meningitis

(FOX 25 / MyFoxBoston.com) - There is renewed concern around the state about a possible outbreak of meningitis. A 12-year-old student from Boston Latin Academy died from meningitis and the school system in Hopedale also reported a case of meningitis ...
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Michele Bachmann: HPV Vaccine 'Ravages' Girls - YouTube

2012 Republican Presidential Candidate Michele Bachmann made more outrageous statements ...
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Protecting Lives: GAVI Provides HPV Vaccine in the Developing ...

While the HPV vaccine is the subject of hot debate in the United States, the high price of the vaccine makes it unavailable in most of the world- until recently.
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Two boys confirmed as having measles

The measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccination is free for anyone born after 1969. Dr Cramp says people showing symptoms of measles should phone their doctor before arrival, so they can be put into an isolated room. Early symptoms of measles include ...
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Federal Circuit denies compensation to Vaccine Act claimants ...

... to compensation under the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program, finding that the claims court was mistaken in rejecting findings of a special master .
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Hep C deaths outpace HIV; new drugs, services for coinfected

Researchers with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention looked at more than 21 million death certificates recorded between 1999 and 2007 to compare rates of mortality due to HIV and hepatitis B and C. More than 1 million Americans have chronic ...
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Stay healthy this winter: one flu shot does it all

By Dr. Amparo-Armi Franco, St. Francis Hospital, Federal Way The single best way to protect yourself against the flu is to get vaccinated each year. The US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends that people get their seasonal flu vaccine as soon ...
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Merck Will Pay $950M To Settle Vioxx Investigation

The agency said Merck will pay $321.6 million in criminal fines and $628.4 ... Rick Perry was harshly critical of the magnitude of potential cuts saying the ...

Merck Pleads Guilty, Settles Vioxx Marketing Claims By Justice ...

Rick Perry says the priority should be securing the border. ... Both Romney and rival Rick Perry have been criticizing Obama for looming defense cuts that ...

The Canary Party joins Age of Autism in expressing concern over ...

The Canary Party is a movement created to stand up for the victims of medical injury, environmental toxins and industrial foods by restoring balance to our free ...
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The flu arrives in South Carolina, health officials confirm

"We strongly recommend flu vaccine for anyone who wants to reduce their risk from flu and its complications." Influenza is a naturally occurring viral disease that causes respiratory infections. Symptoms may include:
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Case of Bacterial Meningitis Becomes Fatal for Boston Girl, 12

Comstock/Thinkstock(BOSTON) -- The Boston Public Health Commission confirmed Monday that a 12-year-old Boston girl, hospitalized for bacterial meningitis, has died. The seventh-grader at Boston Latin Academy was hospitalized Friday with symptoms of the ...
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Boston Latin Academy student dies of likely Meningitis case

By Erin Farnsworth A series of meningitis infections have appeared in various areas of Massachusetts. An unnamed seventh-grade student at Boston Latin Academy died today from a probable case of bacterial meningitis, as well as 64-year old Russell ...
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Rotarians observe World Polio Day

Rotarians made contributions of more than $2.57 million to PolioPlus during the week of Oct. 24 through Oct. 28, in observance of World Polio Day Oct. 24. The Rotary Foundation offered double Paul Harris Fellow recognition points for online ...
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Book of station history for polio

The occasion was to launch the book Otiwhiti Station: the story of an historic hill country station that enabled the philanthropy of the pioneering Duncan polio hospital. The whole community was involved in the event, from the Rangitikei Scots pipe ...
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Manawatu Standard

Parents foregoing child vaccinations

Barbosa and her children don't follow the Centers for Disease Control's recommended vaccine schedule. A recent study shows that one in 10 parents - about 13-percent of the nation - go off-schedule with vaccinations. Barbosa's children are part of the ...
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US sees 3 new infections with new flu virus; looks like person-to-person spread

THE CANADIAN PRESS/ho-Centers for Disease Control and Prevention US health officials have spotted three more children infected with a new swine-origin flu virus, this time in Iowa. And while earlier cases of infection with this virus are believed to ...
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UR wins patent that could advance HPV vaccines

The relatively recently available HPV vaccines Gardasil and Cervarix are seen as protection against cervical cancer. The UR patent is on a virus-like particle that closely mimics HPV 16, the human papillomavirus strain that causes 50 percent of ...
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Montco Health Department offering free HPV vaccines

BLUE BELL — The Montgomery County Health Department is offering free Gardasil vaccines against the HPV virus for men and women ages 18 to 26 on Nov. 29 on the Montgomery County Community College campus. The vaccines will be available from 10 am to 2 ...
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Chicken pox outbreak hits local elementary school

LaVille Elementary School, in Lakeville, Ind., has eight confirmed cases of chicken pox. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), five or more cases qualify as an “outbreak.” Now, the school's goal is to keep this outbreak contained and make ...
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My Daughter wants gardasil. I know it's bad, what information do I ...

I'm behind the curve on this one, I know girls shouldn't be taking this shit, but I haven't researched it because I didn't think she would ask for it herself.
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NT student to help fight disease in Vietnam

A Charles Darwin University PhD candidate will travel to Vietnam next year to help with an immunisation trial that could help reduce the rates of a disease killing millions of children in developing countries worldwide. ...
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Vaccination campaign will fight measles epidemic

Provincial health officials launched a vaccination campaign in Montreal Tuesday to prevent the spread of measles. They said the virus has become an epidemic in Quebec. In 2002, measles were declared eradicated from North America, but it has made a ...
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CBC.ca

New flu virus sickens 3 Iowa children

However, Quinlisk said state health authorities have increased their surveillance activities in the Iowa region where the H3N2 virus popped up, and they are coordinating their efforts with federal experts from the Centers for Disease Control and ...
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Central Indiana student infected with Bacterial Meningitis

A second-grader was diagnosed with Bacterial Meningitis last Thursday. Now, school officials are working to prevent an outbreak. By Edward Moody A second-grader was diagnosed with Bacterial Meningitis last Thursday. Now, school officials are working to ...
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Special flu shot opportunity for people who can't afford to pay

Health experts recommend that everyone over six months of age get the flu vaccine to protect their health and the people around them. The flu can cause significant lost time from work and school, as well as the expense of doctor visits. ...
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Essex hosts last free flu vaccine of year

ESSEX — The Essex Board of Health will hold its final free flu clinic of the year today 4 to 7 pm, at Essex Elementary School, 12 Story St. Flu vaccinations are free to anyone age 6 months or older. Residency or insurance coverage is not required. ...
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New flu strain in Iowa

State medical director Dr. Patricia Quinlisk said the flu vaccine should provide some protection against the strain, and that all three patients are doing well. Influenza cases are now cropping up around the US, and just a few have been pinpointed in ...
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It's flu shot time again

Taking a flu shot now may mean you and your family will stay healthier this fall and winter. Check with your health insurance to see if the flu vaccine is covered. Flu shots are available at your doctor's office, but many pharmacies now offer them ...
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MMR and Autism The Andrew Wakefield Story video | Eleven UK

Wakefields study that first brought about the idea that the MMR vaccine may be linked to Autism youtube.com/user/amiriliano.
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Five-in-one vaccine to be rolled out in TN, Kerala from Dec

New Delhi: The much awaited five-in-one vaccine that will protect children against diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus (DPT), Hepatitis B and HIB ( Haemophilus influenzae type B) through a single shot has arrived in India. ...
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LaVille schools experiencing a Chickenpox outbreak

By Jenny Dolph On Friday, the State notified LaVille Jr.-Sr. High School that there are eight confirmed cases of Chickenpox (Vericella Zoster Virus) in the School Corporation. According to the State of Indiana, this number of cases constitutes an ...
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MPs concerned over 154 polio cases in 3 years

ISLAMABAD: The Parliamentary Coordination Committee on Polio on Tuesday expressed concern over five polio cases registered in Islamabad while over all total 154 cases during 2008 to 2011. The committee met under the Chairpersonship of Dr Azra Fazal ...
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Development of E. coli K1 Meningitis Dependent Upon Neutrophils

"This is a significant finding that will ultimately help us protect our most vulnerable patients against the devastation of meningitis," said Brent Polk, MD, director of The Saban Research Institute. Bacterial meningitis strikes an average of 1500 ...
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Shots - Health Blog : NPR

So worry about that first. by Kristofor Husted Women in developing countries, such as Cote D'Ivoire, may soon have access to vaccines against HPV and rubella. Women in developing countries, such as Cote D'Ivoire, may soon have access to vaccines ...
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Pertussis on the rise in top of south

The number of cases of pertussis (whooping cough) continues to rise in the Nelson and Tasman region. So far this month, 49 cases of pertussis have been notified to the Public Health Service from Nelson and Tasman. Thirty-three of these cases have been ...
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- Andrew Wakefield Videos : Firstpost Topic

Andrew Wakefield Videos. ... InfoWars Special Report with Andrew Wakefield 9- 21-2011.mp4 ... The Vaccine Cover-up Implodes With Andrew Wakefield. Sep 29 ...
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Medical Edge: Cancer Vaccine

Measles, chickenpox and the flu are some of the common ones. Mayo Clinic wants to expand the disease vaccines can prevent. Someday, you may be able to add breast cancer to the list of diseases that vaccines can stop, before they develop. ...
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Measles strikes in Tairawhiti

Dr Cramp says anyone who is not immunised against measles should get the free measles, mumps and rubella vaccine. There have been 353 confirmed and probable measles cases in the Auckland region since 30 May and 63 hospitalisations, Auckland and ...
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India Among 15 Nations Tops in Child Pneumonia Deaths: IVAC Study

“As many as 3- 4 million child deaths could be prevented by accelerating use of pneumococcal vaccines in all developing countries over the next decade,” says A Pneumonia Progress Report-2011 released recently by the International Vaccine Access ...
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Republican Pre-Debate Scorecard: The CNN/Heritage Foundation ...

The Minnesota Congresswoman did her campaign a huge disservice when she came out with and subsequently defended her accusation that Perry's Gardasil vaccine ...

UK Girl in "Waking Coma" After Cervical Cancer Vaccine

The UK medicines safety agency regularly reviews all suspected adverse events and had concluded that no new or serious risks have been identified during the use of Cervarix in the UK and that the balance of benefits and risks remains positive. ...
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Magnolia Healthcare offers flu vaccine for all ages

“When you get the flu vaccine you can protect yourself from influenza and may also avoid spreading the flu virus to others.” The flu vaccine helps the body to build up antibodies within two weeks of receiving the shot. This allows protection from ...
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National Immunization Campaign against Polio to be Conducted in Darfur States

Khartoum - National immunization campaign against polio started yesterday in the three Darfur States from 21-23 November, 2011 so as to promote the health policies of the country and to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and reduce the ...
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Sudan Vision

Samaritan: Polio mission for Cardiff South couple

BY LEE TOBIN IN an age where life-saving vaccinations were not commonly available, Barry Chaff contracted polio - a serious viral infection common in the early 1960s. At just eight-years-old, Mr Chaff spent seven months in hospital, ...
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