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BBC Trustees Stand By Groundless Insinuations Against Andrew Wakefield in Radio 4 'Science Betrayed ' Programme by John Stone - Age of Autism

False Claims, Off-Label Prescribing & Doctors by Ed Silverman - Pharmalot

The Top 5 Similarities and Practices Between Big Tobacco and Big Pharma – Preventdisease.com (video) - The Refusers

Gardasil Boys Come Marching In 4 New Gardasil Deaths Reported to VAERS – 2 out of 4 are Boys

Seasonal Influenza Vaccine Market in Asia-Pacific Region - Cell Culture Technology-Based Vaccines to Revolutionize the Market by Faster Production and High Initial Purity

Gold Law Firm, LLC. the National Vaccine Law Firm Obtains Compensation for Man Injured By Flu Vaccine

BiovaxID(R) Lymphoma Vaccine is Featured in Article Published in Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine

The Canary Party Endorses the Parental Consent Act of 2011

Post Cervarix Syndrome: Eleanor – Kettering, Northamptonshire, UK

Chikungunya vaccine trial begins to enroll participants

2009 H1N1 linked to inadequate protective equipment use among HCWs

Terror fear as scientists DELIBERATELY create 'Armageddon' bird flu virus in lab

Scientists told not to share deadly virus info (video)

New England seal deaths linked to influenza virus

Flu shot fantasies: How influenza vaccines halt flu infections (even when they don't)

Palivizumab Often Prescribed Improperly in Primary Practice - Physician education improves adherence to patient selection guidelines, but not dosing

Generex Provides Update on Bloomberg TV Breast Cancer Vaccine Segment

More Houston-area parents than ever opt out of child vaccines

Ovarian cancer vaccine breakthrough

Special Report: The Vitamin C Treatment of Whooping Cough

Study Finds Cause of Some Asthma, May Lead to Vaccine (video)

Experimental malaria vaccine shows early promise

Influenza: Past, Present, Future - Kathryn M. Edwards, MD, takes an in depth look into the past, present, and future of Influenza and the effects on treatment at the 2010 Infectious Diseases in Children Symposium. (video)

Making sense of perceptions of risk of diseases and vaccinations: a qualitative study combining models of health beliefs, decision-making and risk perception

Agenus, NewVac Ink Cancer Vaccine Deal in Russia

Ex-pharmaceutical company director detained - BELGRADE -- The special court in Belgrade detained former director of Jugohemija Smiljka Mileusnić-Adžić for up to one month and instituted proceedings against her.

Observations on the Immunization Controversy


Spending on measles vaccine almost doubles

There have been almost 600 cases of measles around the country this year, with 90 people being hospitalised so far. The outbreak is the worst since 1997. Public health director Mark Jacobs says $2.2 million has been spent so far this year on the MMR ...
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Year-End Measles Update

By Vincent Iannelli, MD, About.com Guide December 21, 2011 The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control issued what is likely their last measles update for the year. Although cases have decreased the last few months, that likely isn't because ...
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Man with contagious meningitis on the run

Pretoria - A man with highly contagious meningococcal meningitis has absconded from Mamelodi Hospital outside Pretoria, the Gauteng health and social development department said on Wednesday. Health authorities and police are looking for 26-year-old ...
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Study details how dengue infection hits harder the second time around

Researchers used data from two independent, Nicaragua-based studies headed by Eva Harris, professor of infectious diseases and vaccinology and director of ...

Possible Hepatitis A Exposures At Goldsboro Restaurant

Officials are asking anyone who ate at Fruity Yogurt anytime from December 7th to visit the Wayne County Health Department to get a vaccine. Vaccines will be available until 6 o'clock Wednesday. Symptoms of Hepatitis-A two to seven weeks after exposure ...
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A flu shot for your dog?

The initial vaccination generally costs between $25 and $60, with a booster required every year. And with about 78 million dogs in the US With those kinds of numbers, it's no wonder that Merck and Pfizer are scrambling for the dog flu vaccine market. ...
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MSN Money

Cervical cancer vaccine u-turn: Gardasil to replace rival Cervarix

Cervarix, a vaccine that protects cervical cancer, will be replaced by Gardasil which also prevents up to 90 per cent of genital warts. Campaigners have argued that the wrong vaccine is being used in the routine immunisation programme for young girls, ...
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Daily Mail

Whooping cough cases double

He says immunisation at ages six weeks, three months and five months, is the best protection against the disease. "It is important for children to get their booster immunisations at four and 11-years to keep their protection up during their school ...
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Physicians are paid less to give combination vaccines

This shot is composed of immunizations against diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, hepatitis B and poliomyelitis. When giving the equivalent component vaccines -- DTaP, HepB and IPV -- medical practices earned $119.21, or $22.94 more ...
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Meningitis UK charity is seeking half-marathon runners

CHARITY Meningitis UK would like to ask any of your fitness-minded readers in Bristol to fight the festive flab in the new year by running in March's Bath Half Marathon. General public entries are now full but we still have a few sought-after places ...
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Measles disease has reached Kyiv

Sanitary epidemic service has revealed four possible cases of measles disease in Kyiv. "On December 20 there were four possible cases of measles disease registered in an organization group in Kyiv," the report of the service says. ...
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ForUm

Congo-Kinshasa: Measles Immunization Campaign Targets 1.7 Million Children

Nairobi — Amid rising measles and polio cases, tens of thousands of children are being targeted for immunization in health campaigns in affected regions of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), according to the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF). ...
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Sunlight could impede spread of chickenpox

University of London researchers have said that exposure to sunlight could stop the chickenpox virus from spreading. The study, which was published in the Virology journal, said the amount of cases of chickenpox was lower in regions where there was a ...
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Healthcare Today

Sun can stop chickenpox from spreading

London, Dec 20 (ANI): Exposure to sunlight may play a role in obstructing spread of chicken pox as it inactivates viruses on the skin, a new study has revealed. The University of London team found that chickenpox is less common in regions with high UV ...
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Researchers Say Sunlight May Curb Spread Of Chickenpox

According to a study published this week by scientists at the University of London, children who soak up more rays from the sun may actually be less likely to spread the virus associated with chickenpox. The results of the study were published in the ...
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RedOrbit

Mary Robinson calls for greater access to cervical cancer vaccines

Writing a blog for the British Medical Journal, the former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, said that despite the support by the GAVI Alliance, some obstacles still remain before HPV vaccine programmes can be rolled out in developing countries. ...
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Providence Family Care Center receives best practices award for immunizations

“New parents don't have to receive the vaccine, but we do highly recommend it. It can help you avoid getting sick, and in turn, passing the illness on to your baby.” Based on the recommendation of the Centers for Disease Control, the Providence Family ...
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Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Should Be Aimed At Girls

The findings run contrary to a recent decision by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to target both young girls and young boys in vaccination efforts. Paul Offit of the Vaccine Education Center at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia ...
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ThirdAge

More health care workers vaccinated against the flu

Sixty-three percent of workers received the influenza vaccine by mid-November. Fifty-six percent were immunized by the same time last year, according to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on more than 4900 health care workers ...
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GSK Partners ACPN On Disease Control

Under the partnership, vaccines for prevention of diseases such as cervical cancer, Chicken Pox, Hepatitis B, Typhoid fever, Meningitis, Measles mumps and Rubella, and Hepatitis A, will be available at several neighbourhood pharmacies and clinics ...
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Lone Star College System announces hours for winter break, important student ...

A new state requirement in 2012 specifies that new students must provide proof of vaccination for bacterial meningitis 10 days before spring classes begin on Jan. 17. Texas Senate Bill 1107, which becomes effective Jan. 1, amended current Texas law and ...
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Science must recapture its sense of frontier discovery

For Gardasil vaccine creator Ian Frazer it was an Edinburgh teacher, "Spike", who stayed back after class answering his eager students' questions. Australian Academy of Science president Suzanne Cory was "just transfigured" as a 15-year-old when her ...
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New recommendations for whooping cough vaccination

The whooping cough vaccine given to babies and toddlers loses much of its ... even for those over 65 -- is new from the American Academy of Pediatrics and ...

Whooping cough vaccinations urged as cases rise in Midwest, county

The American Academy of Pediatrics and the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have issued new guidelines for who should get vaccinated against pertussis, or whooping cough, in response to an increase of the disease. Dr. Gregory Harrington of ...
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Now, polio threat from Pak!

India's near-eradication goal of polio faces serious threat from Pakistan. As the neighbouring nation struggles hard to contain the increasing P1 polio virus cases, in the process it might export the disease to India. For, in Pakistan about 145 people ...
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Global Routine Vaccination Coverage, 2010

Rotavirus vaccine and pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV) had been introduced in 28 and 55 countries, respectively; however, too few countries reported ...

BBC Trustees Stand By Groundless Insinuations Against Andrew ...

BBC Trustees Stand By Groundless Insinuations Against Andrew Wakefield in Radio .... “The case we presented against Andrew Wakefield that the 1998 Lancet ...
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BBC Trustees Stand By Groundless Insinuations Against Andrew Wakefield

BBC Trustees Stand By Groundless Insinuations Against Andrew Wakefield in Radio 4Science Betrayed Programme. 12 minutes agoHealth Diseases & Conditions Age ...
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Killer diseases are on the rise in Plymouth, says new report

Outbreaks of the infection in 2009 and again this year saw health protection teams promoting MMR (mumps, measles and rubella) immunisation to students aged 18 to 25. In the run up to summer 2011 there was also a Devon outbreak affecting unimmunised ...
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Simple cough can lead to more severe problems

Whooping cough, or pertussis, has become a major issue in Snohomish County over the past year. “As of Oct. 27 there have been 129 confirmed cases of pertussis,” said Dr. Gary Goldbaum, health officer and director of the Snohomish Health District. ...
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Whooping cough is on the increase

By Dr. Jean Hudson Thanks to vaccinations, pertussis — commonly known as whooping cough — once seemed a thing of the past, seldom heard about in our schools. Today, unfortunately, notes sent home by the school nurse are beginning to tell a different ...
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Letter: As I was saying ...

Although I agree with Dr. Bernard H. Feldman that measles can be a serious disease, I am not sure if his Dec. 15 letter — attempting to clarify information cited in my prior letter on the measles vaccine — was correct. Specifically, Feldman stated: ...
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Australia in measles health alert

Holidaymakers planning to head off to South Australia have been urged to take extra care after the health department issued a public health alert amid reports of measles. SA Health said one confirmed case has been recorded this week. ...
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Whooping cough vaccinations urged as cases rise in Midwest, county

The American Academy of Pediatrics and the US Centers for Disease Control ... who are between the ages of 7 and 10 and are under-immunized get the vaccine. ...

Possible Exposure To Hepatitis A

People who ate there on December 7 might have been exposed to Hepatitis A and are being asked to go to a clinic at Wayne County Health Department, 301 N. Herman Street, Goldsboro on December 21 from 7:00 am - 6:00 pm for a vaccine or shot that could ...
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8th International Symposium on Pneumococci and Pneumococcal Diseases

This leading event in Pneumococci and Pneumococcal Diseases brings together professionals in the field to raise global awareness and improve standards of diagnosis, prevention and treatment. ISPPD features a stimulating, multi-faceted scientific ...
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Roundup: New Law Creates Demand For Meningitis Vaccine

DALLAS/FORT WORTH, TX (KERA) - The Dallas County Health Department has a new supply of low-cost meningitis vaccine - required of all new and returning college students under age 30 as of January first. But Health Department Director Zach Thompson ...
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KERA

House panel wants more details on smallpox drug contract

Republican lawmakers request documents related to the Obama administration's awarding of the $433-million contract to Siga Technologies Inc. A colored transmission electron micrograph of the virus that causes smallpox. (Alfred Pasieka / Science Photo ...
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Los Angeles Times

Canadian researchers to start clinical trials of HIV vaccine in January

It could be about five years before the vaccine goes on the market, Kang told Postmedia News. The SAV001 vaccine, administered as an injection, has already gone through preliminary toxicology tests on animals. It didn't show any adverse effects or ...
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Gold Law Firm, LLC. the National Vaccine Law Firm Obtains Compensation for Man ...

Guillain-Barre' Syndrome and other reactions are continually reported to the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System (VAERS) as occurring after the Flu Vaccine. See, http://www.vaers.hhs.gov "I strongly believe that children and adults alike should be ...
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Killer diseases making a comeback

A RESURGENCE of diseases including HIV and mumps in Plymouth has been highlighted in a new report. The city's head of public health has outlined the toll of new and re-emerging threats to residents. She also warned public sector budget cuts born out of ...
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FG Spends N15.5bn on Immunisation

By Paul Obi The Federal Government Tuesday said it has spent close to N15.5 billion on immunisation programmes across the country for the 2011 fiscal calendar, with 45 million children immunised within the period under review. ...
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HIV vaccine a huge advance: UWO scientist

Yong Kang talks on Tuesday at the UWO research park about his team's HIV/AIDS vaccine. Yong Kang has played a role in developing vaccines for polio and hepatitis B. Now, the University of Western Ontario researcher has earned approval from the US ...
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UCB Announces Start of the EXXELERATEâ„¢ Clinical Study in ...

Do not administer live vaccines or attenuated vaccines concurrently with CIMZIA. In controlled Crohn's clinical trials, the most common adverse events that ...

UCB Announces Start of the EXXELERATE(TM) Clinical Study in ...

ImmunizationsDo not administer live vaccines or attenuated vaccines concurrently ... In controlled RA clinical trials, the most common adverse events that ...

Australia's PBAC Recommends CSL Gardasil HPV Shots For Boys ...

Australia's Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee issued a recommendation that boys 12-13 years of age be vaccinated with CSL's Gardasil to help ...
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Rise in whooping cough prompts vaccination reminder

"Immunisation is the best protection against whooping cough. It is important to note that older children and adults can get whooping cough and pass it on to babies and young children. Children under 1 year old have the highest risk of serious ...
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Chongqing Brewery Asked to Fire Chairman

8 that a hepatitis vaccine it had spent more than a decade developing was found to be ineffective. At 10:19am local time, Chongqing Brewery's shares were up 3.5% at 32.53 yuan ($5.2), after a 61% plunge in the previous nine sessions. ...
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Hepatitis A warning issued in Goldsboro

7 needs to get a free protective shot. The clinic begins Wednesday from 7 am to 6 pm at the Wayne County Health Department at 301 North Herman St. The hepatitis A vaccine reduces the risk of the disease when given within 14 days of exposure. ...
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abc11.com

HPV vaccinated teens are not more promiscuous

Parents in Syracuse have therefore been relieved to learn that a new study shows that HPV vaccinations have not been associated with increased promiscuous behavior in teens. Our kids can not hope to be naturally healthy if they are engaged in risky sex ...
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Funding Cuts Threaten Public Health Disaster Preparedness, Study Finds

The report's recommendations include improving electronic surveillance capability, boosting vaccine research and development, making sure hospitals have the capacity to deal with mass casualties, and coordinating with the Food and Drug Administration ...
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Chicken pox outbreak reported in Fremont

More than 100 students were told not to come into Fremont Elementary School Tuesday until they get a vaccine.
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Aim HPV vaccination efforts at girls study says Health Cancer msnbccom

The most effective way to reduce the spread of human papillomavirus (HPV) infections through a population is to aim public health efforts at vaccinating a ...
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Locals can still receive a flu vaccine

By Staff King County public health officials said time remains for people to receive a flu vaccine. Health experts recommend for everyone 6 months of age and older to get the flu vaccine, especially children, pregnant women, elderly people and people ...
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DCOs directed for strict monitoring of polio campaign

Rawalpindi—Commissioner Rawalpindi Zahid Saeed has directed the District Coordination Officers (DCOs) of all districts of the division for strict monitoring of the ongoing anti-polio campaign aimed at achieving the targets and to make the division ...
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How vaccinating half the population might protect everyone

"Despite limited data, HPV vaccination for boys is already licensed in several countries, and it is expected that other countries will consider licensure once more data become available. But the question of whether or not HPV vaccination ...
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SUPER VACCINE COULD FREE WORLD OF KILLER FLU

By Jo Willey A SUPER vaccine that stops the flu virus mutating into more lethal and drug-resistant strains could save millions of lives. The major discovery could be the key to eradicating the virus after scientists said they may have finally found its ...
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Whooping cough vaccines urged

"People may assume it's like measles, where you get it once and you never get it again," Moore said. "Unfortunately, this is something you can get many times. The problem is the symptoms aren't as classic as measles or chicken pox. ...
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Report reveals massive jump in measles cases

A new report from the Health Protection Surveillance Centre is pointing to a 149% jump in the number of measles cases across the country. The centre has published its annual report for 2010 and it shows 32 people died of flu last year and 10 lost their ...
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Toddler jab rates reach record high

Severe outbreaks of measles and whooping cough over winter have pushed up New Zealand's toddler immunisation rates to a record 91 per cent high. The Ministry of Health says an increasing number of parents who opted out of vaccination programmes have ...
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Report Claims Cuts Weaken US Bioterrorism Response

Also, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) grew from having just a makeshift emergency operations center 10 years ago to having a state-of-the-art one today. However, in recent years, budget cuts have stripped away funding, ...
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MedPage Today

UWO AIDS vaccine wins approval

By following a line of research that successfully produced vaccines for polio, rabies and hepatitis A, they hope to have a serum available to fight HIV/AIDS in about five years, if all goes well. The world's three other attempts to develop vaccines ...
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Parents urged to ensure administering polio drops

Karachi: Sindh Health Minister Dr Sagheer Ahmad has said that polio is an incurable disease and pre-caution is the only way to prevent it therefore every child of up to five years must be administered polio drops during every polio eradication campaign ...
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More parents choosing to immunise

The number of parents who deliberately choose not to immunise their children is steadily dropping. This has helped immunisation rates for two-year olds reach 91 per cent, well on the way to achieving the government's health target of 95 per cent of ...
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HPV Vaccination: Can It Prevent CIN3 and AIS?

[1] I think everyone who is listening to this presentation is aware of the rather dramatic results associated with human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination in this arena. One question that has persisted is how effective such vaccination is in preventing ...
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Catchup programme for HPV vaccine nearing end

Young women born in 1990 or 1991 have only 11 more days to start the free HPV immunisation programme. If 20 and 21-year-olds haven't had at least one dose of HPV vaccine by 31 December this year, they may have to pay about $500 to get the immunisation ...
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Potential HIV/AIDS vaccine breakthrough announced by UWO

By Mallory Clarkson/London Community News Due to ongoing research at the University of Western Ontario, in five years, kids might be able to receive a HIV/AIDS vaccine as they would a mumps or measles shot. Researchers from Western were joined by local ...
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London Community News

HPV Vaccination Efforts Most Effective If Aimed at Girls, Study Suggests

In addition, vaccination policies that are aimed at only one group have historically not been effective, Offit said. For example, the hepatitis B vaccine was initially recommended only for certain high risks groups, but after 10 years, the incidence of ...
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MyHealthNewsDaily

Thimerosal | Top Secret Writers

Posted in Public Health Tags flu vaccine h1n1 swine flu thimerosal. Swine flu was considered a pandemic in 2009 though it wasnt nearly as serious as health ...
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If You Haven't Gotten the Flu Shot, This Might Change Your Mind

Seal deaths on the Massachsuetts coast are being linked to a strain of influenza similar to the bird flu. By Casey Meserve If you haven't gotten a flu shot yet, this story might change your mind since it involves adorable animals. ...
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UNICEF supports interventions to break the polio cycle in DR Congo

These were the closing words of a sketch performed in Popokabaka, part of a recent polio drive launched in response to the country's rash of polio cases this year. After being polio-free for five years, the country was re-infected in 2006, ...
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UNICEF (press release)

GSK and Pfizer expand pneumococcal vaccination programme

GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) and Pfizer have has promised to provide 180 million pneumococcal vaccine doses each to an innovative programme designed to tackle a leading cause of childhood death in developing countries. The Global Alliance for Vaccines and ...
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Evanston reports whooping cough cases

The Evanston Review reports: Evanston Township High School has alerted parents and students to some confirmed cases of pertussis or whooping cough among students. Pertussis outbreaks are cyclical with a dramatic spike in reported cases typically ...
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Canadian researchers to start clinical trials of HIV vaccine in ...

The SAV001 vaccine, administered as an injection, has already gone through preliminary toxicology tests on animals. It didn't show any adverse effects or ...

Early Results of an Experimental Malaria Vaccine Hold Promise

Preliminary findings in animal tests of the vaccine found that it stopped ... such as measles and rotavirus, reach efficacy rates of 70% to more than 90%. ...

News from Greater Minnesota

20, 2011 I guess this is the thinking: vaccines are bad, so the best way to immunize your child from infectious disease is to expose them to the disease. ...

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