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All the News Posted June 4, 2010


Infectious Disease News Click here for all of the Dr. Andrew Wakefield GMC/Lancet Decision Articles and Videos


WHO Criticized For Pandemic Conflicts Of Interest

Friday morning: Linderman LIVE!  interviews Eileen Dannemann of the student vaccine liberation army. Listen in-find out what the student strategy is!

Investigate Gardasil Vaccine Risks NOW!

HPV Vaccine Coverage Limited

Formaldehyde causes cancer, EPA declares

Scare Tactic? Or Truth?

WHO says H1N1 flu pandemic continues

Vaccine to show drop in swine flu

Modellers call for flu antibody data

CDC helping Guam with mumps

Only 34% of girls got Merck's HPV shot, study finds

Encephalitis Vaccination Campaign Fails in Northern India (includes video)

Determinants of Influenza Vaccination among Healthcare Workers

Typhoid Vaccinations for village leaders in Fiji

Epidemic alert after swine flu case

Three ways to...Deal with vaccinations

P.E.I. wants to improve vaccination rates

Ottawa blames provinces for low H1N1 vaccine turnout

H1N1 shot wasn't popular Hamilton had lowest vaccination rate in Canada

Differences in the Epidemiological Characteristics and Clinical Outcomes of Pandemic (H1N1) 2009 Influenza, Compared with Seasonal Influenza

Failure of Routine Diagnostic Methods to Detect Influenza in Hospitalized Older Adults

Dr. Andrew Wakefield's Book Callous Disregard Garners Support from Adult on Spectrum

James Ottar Grundvig Reviews Callous Disregard by Dr. Andrew Wakefield

Retraction: Enterocolitis in Children With Developmental Disorders

Andrew Wakefield: 17 years of disputed research, and now a book

My Day at an Anti-Vaccination Rally

Desi swine flu vaccine launched

Pfizer forced to sell Chinese rights to a vaccine

Cleveland Clinic Researchers Develop Prototype Vaccine To Prevent Breast Cancer

Indigenous H1N1 vaccine launched

Smallpox in the Garage

Hepatitis B Campaign Targets Asians In San Francisco

Don't let your guard down about mumps (includes video)

Mumps cases finally subsiding

Mumps outbreak sweeps across Brighton and Hove

Permissive Secondary Mutations Enable the Evolution of Influenza Oseltamivir Resistance

Onset of monsoon, winter may see return of swine flu, say experts

DA case: Court allows Chautala to go to US for treatment

Michigan Considers Law to Register Journalists

What's That Whooping Sound?

Sudan: El Geneina citizens complain of meningitis outbreak

H1N1 shots important for kids headed to summer camp
(includes video)

Baby Hears Mom's Beautiful Voice for First Time (VIDEO)

Boy 'stable' with meningococcal disease

Hundreds of mums run for tragic meningits girl Ruby

Pertussis cases keep rising, and one woman's story resonates more than ever

Whooping Cough – An Underestimated Health Threat to Infants

'Perfect storm' helped create reform

ACIP updates recommendations for HPV vaccines

Netherlands - Disease in pigs

Pfizer Sued Over Pill For Sex & Gambling Addictions
 
Meeting IOM Workshop: Nutrition and Neuroprotection in Military Personnel

Meeting IOM Report Release: Enhancing Food Safety: The Role of the Food and Drug Administration

Meeting IOM Biomarkers Discussion Forum

Meeting IOM Workshop 2: Exploring the Facilitators and Barriers to HIV/AIDS Care

HOUSE OF NUMBERS A World Without HIV/AIDS May Be Closer Than You Think The HIV/ AIDS Story is Being Rewritten (includes video)

Cerebrospinal Fluid Neopterin: An Informative Biomarker of Central Nervous System Immune Activation in HIV-1 Infection

Public Health Surveillance Using Emergency Medical Service Logs --- U.S.--Mexico Land Border, El Paso, Texas, 2009

Dengue Fever Among U.S. Travelers Returning from the Dominican Republic --- Minnesota and Iowa, 2008

Dengue fever drug shows efficacy

Notifiable Diseases and Mortality Tables June 4, 2010

Woman infected with Japanese encephalitis dies

Myanmar achieves maternal and neonatal tetanus elimination

Gary McPherson: A stubborn hero who saw ability, not disability

Health workers attend seminar on micro planning

OUHSC scientists seek vaccine that may prevent HIV, cancer

DSHS encourages early vaccination of school children

Man dies after outbreak of legionnaire's disease in Doncaster

Patient Monitoring Without the Wires-Is Ultra Wideband Frequency the Future?

Women call Health Ministry after Melbourne hep C scare


Five people at free W.Va. dental clinic developed hepatitis B

Tobacco could help save lives, UC Davis team says (includes video)

Kebbi declares every immunisation Monday work free

Market Withdrawal of GAMMAGARDLIQUID, Immune Globulin Intravenous (Human)

J&J Misled Pennsylvania on Drug’s Risks, Lawyer Says

Congress Widens J&J Probe To Include Contractors

Humane Society of Utah offers lyme disease vaccinations for $15

We need to fix peer review now

DA stops bird, poultry imports from bird flu-stricken Italian city

The parental stress behind autism

A Botox gap in understanding emotion

Humans are changing the climate and global warming is real.

Pediatricians urged to screen children for mental health issues

Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance --- United States, 2009

Key to psychological disorder may lie in the immune system

Voluntary exploratory data submissions to the US FDA and the EMA: experience and impact

Predictive Ability of Positive Clinical Culture Results and International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision, to Identify and Classify Noninvasive Staphylococcus aureus Infections: A Validation Study

Frequent Multidrug‐Resistant Acinetobacter baumannii Contamination of Gloves, Gowns, and Hands of Healthcare Workers

Changes in the Incidences of Multidrug‐Resistant and Extensively Drug‐Resistant Organisms Isolated in a Military Medical Center

Mac makes superbug breakthrough

Health secretary, Lansley publishes NHS report disowned by Labour

FDA committee votes down MedImmune drug

Tuberculosis still out there, still a threat

Identification of novel non-coding small RNAs from Streptococcus pneumoniae TIGR4 using high-resolution genome tiling arrays

Is Temperament Innate?: Talaris features Dr. John Medina on Interactive Webcast

What Is A Cryptosporidium Infection (Cryptosporidiosis)? What Causes A Cryptosporidium Infection (Cryptosporidiosis)?

Deal watch:  CureDM licenses regenerative diabetes therapy to Sanofi–Aventis

Targeting mitochondria for cancer therapy

FDA defeated in federal court over censorship of truthful health claims

WHO Anticipates Rise In Cancer Cases Over Next 20 Years

N.J.'s Merck creates new collaboration to find cancer treatments

Data used to justify health savings can be shaky

Overlapping Illnesses: Autoimmune Polyendocrine Syndromes and Type 1 Diabetes

Cellceutix CFO Discusses Autism Drug, Kevetrin(TM) and Company Progressions With CEOCFO Interviews and News

Ranbaxy Recalls Batch of Painkillers in the U.K.

"Test" for Autism Measuring Gut Microbes?

University of Oklahoma specialists launch autism project

Autism: setbacks are hard

Agapé Hypoallergenic Liquid Multivitamin Unveiled at Autism One Conference

Amerigroup Foundation Helps to Standardize Autism Screening Practices

Breaking New Ground in Asperger Syndrome and Autism

Jersey Mike’s Subs presents the Autism Advocate Foundation with monies to support Project Lifesaver

Down Syndrome, Autism, and the Impact on Families

Autistic Child Forced to Walk Home Alone After Being Denied Use of a Phone
(includes video)

OU autism pilot program shows success
(includes video)

Rett Syndrome: Neurological Disorder on the Autistic Spectrum

Case of Assaulted Autistic Student Pushed Back

Michigan Blues Agree to Pay About $700,000 in Autism Treatment Costs

Modern Medicine: Autism Education Center

Ex-Aston Villa player stole £3,000 from autistic friend in Tamworth

Workshop for autistic children at GCU

German prosecutors indict couple who hid mentally disabled daughter

Illuminating Autism 'FunRaiser' a big weekend at Pirates Cove

UKAF launches a Keep The Promise Autism Awareness Campaign

In Your Child’s Shoes

More Bad News About Sunscreens: Nanoparticles


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The Greater Good A Documentary Film looks behind the fear, hype and politics that have polarized the vaccine debate in America today. The film re-frames the emotionally charged issue and offers, for the first time, the opportunity for a rational and scientific discussion on how to create a safer and more effective vaccine program.

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