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VaxNewsVaccine Safety Curriculum for Medical Residents – American Academy of Pediatrics by The Refusers

What a Crock — Merck Consultants Try to Influence Your Doctor With Anti-Vaccine Propaganda by Jennifer Hutchinson

Why Miami-Dade Kids Weren’t Appearing Vaccinated

State urges vaccines amid whooping cough outbreaks

AB2109 would ensure informed parental choice

Some families make controversial decision not to vaccinate children (video)

At the Park with Ahmed by L.J. Goes - Age of Autism

Autism Barbie - She Rocks!
by Ken R. Schaper - Age of Autism

University Boots Professor Over Novartis Ties by Ed Silverman - Pharmalot

Bristol-Myers Gets Subpoena For Bribes Probe
by Ed Silverman - Pharmalot

Ethical and Scientific Issues in Studying the Safety of Approved Drugs


HPV Vaccine

They now have a vaccine for HPV, HPV stands for Human Papillomavirus. This is the most common sexually transmitted virus in the United States. While there ...
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Examining HPV Vaccine Series Completion among Adolescents ...

Little is known about whether females identified in cross-sectional studies as having received some, but not all, doses of HPV vaccine eventually complete the ...
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Official: Pertussis not found in Lincoln Co.

Communicable Disease Coordinator Marci Johnson says that the state health department keeps track of pertussis cases and most recent tally included two cases of people who caught the disease from out-of-state more than two months ago.
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Vaccine webinar in May

The Illinois chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics is holing a webinar Monday, May 14 to discuss vaccines. Whether you are pro-vaccine or worried that your child might develop autism or some other condition, you can get answers to your ...
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The Best Solutions for Fighting Infectious Diseases Like Malaria, TB, and AIDS

It is difficult to overstate how much the fight against infectious disease has improved the human condition in the last century. In research released today for Copenhagen Consensus 2012, economists Dean Jamison, Prabhat Jha, Ramanan Laxminarayan, ...
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Feral cats take over a Fort Myers neighborhood

Her 9-year-old was out of school for a week, because she thought he had the chicken pox, but the scabs in the pictures are flea bites. To get rid of the cats, she'll have to do it herself. Lee County has 98000 feral cats. With numbers like that, ...
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Current in Westfield – Wakefield nominated for HCCAOD Youth ...

Andrew Wakefield with his parents, Linda and Richard Wakefield. Andrew Wakefield was recently honored as the Westfield High School nominee for the ...
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Red, Green Lellow: Dr. Andrew Wakefield-The Rest of the Story

Dr. Andrew Wakefield-The Rest of the Story ... 2012 (51). ▼ May (1). Dr. Andrew Wakefield ...
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Health Department Promotes Childhood Immunization

California's Toddler Immunization Month in May is an annual opportunity to promote raising and maintaining high immunization levels in children ages 2 years and younger against 14 vaccine-preventable diseases. “It is always better to prevent a disease ...
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Everything Long Beach (press release)

Flu vaccine could save thousands of hospital visits

Hospital statistics published by the institute show that there were 17300 hospitalisations for vaccine-preventable conditions in 2010-11, including 165 cases in the ACT. The majority of the cases - 12790 nationally and 143 in the ACT - were for ...
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Sanofi Pasteur Presents Pediatric Data on Investigational ...

... including egg protein or thimerosal (the multi-dose vial of Fluzone vaccine is the only presentation that contains thimerosal), or to a previous dose of ...

NHS reforms spark vaccination fears

The Government's expert advisers on vaccination and immunisation have written to the chief medical officer to highlight a series of potential risks to patient care posed by the NHS reforms. The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation wrote to ...
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Sally Glendinning Meningitis Trust give cash to organ donor campaign

Sally Glendinning died suddenly from Meningitis in January last year, her organs saved three other lives. Her family have now put £2000 towards a fund for an organ donor memorial at the Cumberland Infirmary. Her mother described what her daughter was ...
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ITV News

Father locked daughter in boot so she didn't get chicken pox

A MAN who locked his four-year-old step daughter in the boot of his car so she 'wouldn't catch chicken pox' has been jailed. A judge in Torremolinos jailed the 27-year-old after he was arrested in Benalmadena for illegal detention and attempted murder.
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Olive Press

Somaliland: Chickenpox Engulfs Togdheer

BURAO (Somalilandsun) – Health officials have raised an alarm over increased Chickenpox cases in Togdheer region. According to the Togdheer regional health coordinator Dr. Abdi Yasin, the disease has returned to the region in full force both in the ...
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Andrew Wakefield Dishonesty Misleading Conduct and Serious ...

UPDATE FEBRUARY 2, 2010: The Lancet has retracted Wakefield's 1998 paper. Post collating the blogospheric response: On The Lancet's Retraction of ...
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'Whooping Cough' Cases On The Rise In Eastern Iowa

By Mark Carlson, Reporter By Kara Kelly TIFFIN, Iowa -- Cases of pertussis, more commonly known as 'whooping cough,' are on the rise in Eastern Iowa, according to the Johnson County Public Health department. Officials in Johnson County have reported ...
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Looking for Answers to Asthma

(MUSIC) BOB DOUGHTY: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says more than twenty-five million people in the United States have asthma. It says the disorder affects more than seven million American children. Among adults, more women have the ...
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17 cases of pertussis reported in Lewis & Clark County

By Kristin Price 12 hours 39 minutes ago The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services reports cases of pertussis, or whooping cough, continue to be diagnosed around Montana. DPHHS officials say 93 cases have been reported state-wide, ...
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New Vaccination Requirement for 2012-13 School Year

Students entering sixth and ninth grades will need to show proof that they received a booster shot against pertussis. By Korrina Grom Students entering sixth and ninth grades in the 2012-13 school year will have to show proof of a booster shot against ...
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Measles outbreak kills four children in Orissa

NEW DELHI: An outbreak of measles has in the Eastern Indian state of Orissa has claimed the lives of four children and affected nearly 100 others sending state officials into a tizzy. Most of the affected are aged below five and live in a rural village ...
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Immunization Action Coalition Will Promote the 2012 Edition of The Vaccine ...

IAC will promote the handbook on an ongoing basis in its electronic publications and on IAC's website, www.immunize.org . Stanford T. Shulman, MD, the Virginia H. Rogers Professor of Pediatric Infectious Diseases at Northwestern University's Feinberg ...
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Rotarians to serve up donations to fight polio

From 11 am to 2 pm Friday, the Zanesville Daybreak Rotarians greeting customers, serve food and bus tables at Adornetto's Selected Italian Foods, 2224 Maple Ave., to raise money to help eradicate polio. A full lunch menu will be available for eat-in or ...
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Can We Really Eradicate Polio?

At least four doses of oral polio vaccine should keep them immune from the virus circulating round where they live. Despite its high infectivity (one child infecting 200 other children), polio virus has a low virulence: it causes fewer deaths than ...
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Insight: Cancer in Africa: Fighting a nameless enemy

In wealthy countries, having hepatitis vaccines as part of routine childhood immunization programs, and introducing national campaigns programs with new HPV vaccines from drugmakers Merck and GlaxoSmithKline has brought rates of liver and cervical ...
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Inovio Pharmaceuticals Granted U.S. Patent Protection for Synthetic Vaccine ...

8168769, covering Inovio's SynCon® vaccine for cervical dysplasias and cancers caused by human papillomavirus (HPV). The patent granted to the Trustees of The University of Pennsylvania has been exclusively licensed to Inovio under its existing license ...
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Milwaukee cab driver positive for rubella

The city of Milwaukee issued a health alert last week after a taxi driver tested positive for rubella, or German measles. Health officials warn that any contact the driver may have had with a pregnant woman could endanger her unborn child, according to ...
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Vaccine News Daily (blog)

Pitfalls in antiinfluenza T cell detection by Elispot using ...

Few studies show the reluctance of the people to get vaccinated against AH1N1 influenza for fear of side effects of squaleneMF59 AS03 AF03 and thimerosal ...
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Flu season ends as quietly as it began

Many areas reported unusually mild flu seasons, and nationally the season didn't even officially begin until February, the latest start in 29 years, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Flu is notoriously fickle, with strains ...
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Hospitalizations for rotavirus down 86 percent in U.S. due to vaccine

“The first rotavirus season post vaccine introduction showed a substantial decline, to a level below the lowest rate of prior years,” an epidemic intelligence service officer in the division of viral diseases of the Centers for Disease Control and ...
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Vaccine News Daily (blog)

Antidote: Merck's shingles homerun

For all the attention in the media about potential side effects of vaccines like Merck's HPV vaccine Gardasil, not enough time or attention has been paid congratulating Merck for its shingles homerun, Zostavax. How like the media to focus on fear ...
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Autism Barbie - She Rocks!

-Dr. Paul Offit voodoo doll complete with hypodermic needles loaded with the 10000 vaccines he says a baby can handle. -Seth Mnookin Twitter puppet repeats ...

At the Park with Ahmed

Hours that were previously structured down to the minute now present an endless sea of potentially dangerous moments for the child with autism, ...

Hawaii Five-0 enlists help from Hawaii's state health lab

More >> On the hunt for a suitcase of smallpox! If you watched Monday night's crossover episode of Hawaii Five-0 and NCIS: Los Angeles, our islands were ground zero for a potential biological outbreak. Of course, that's Hollywood, but could something ...
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Nurses drive high immunisation rate

Strong relationships between practice nurses and the community have contributed to high immunisation coverage for the Southern District Health Board despite "doubters" and "delayers", a paediatrician says. Dr Viliame Sotutu said the Southern District ...
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Faces of Autism: Katie Wright: Confessions of an Obese Autism Mom ...

Katie Wright: Confessions of an Obese Autism Mom - AGE OF AUTISM. Katie Wright: Confessions of an Obese Autism Mom - AGE OF AUTISM. Posted by ...
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early warning signs of Autism - GoDuBois ... - GoDuBois.com

His chosen title for the blog, "From Paresis to PANDAS & PANS" is an ironic twist on what we, here on Age of Autism, have been talking about for years -- the ...
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Rise in US measles cases cause for worry

A recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention found that the number of cases of measles, a virus that can cause serious side effects and sometimes death, has made a sharp climb in the United States. In most years, about 60 cases ...
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Measles exposes unhealthy trend

BHUBANESWAR: The measles outbreak in Rayagada has once again exposed the absence of health services delivery in the most- vulnerable pockets of the State. The Health Department on Monday clarified that out of the eight deaths, four were caused by ...
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No need to delay vaccines, local health agency says

Decades ago, polio was a public health scourge that crippled and killed thousands of Americans. Today, the disease is virtually unheard of in the United States — and that's because of vaccinations. “Diseases that once killed or injured thousands have ...
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Whooping cough cases up across Oxford County

Children between four to six who have not yet received their regular booster vaccine for tetanus, diphtheria, polio and pertussis should schedule this immunization with their doctor or through Oxford County Public Health. Adults between 19 and 64 years ...
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Some families make controversial decision not to vaccinate children

Seven percent of Colorado families are now opting out of immunizations, and that is very concerning to public health officials. In a recent outbreak of whooping cough in Boulder, 37 people were sickened, and measles rates nationwide are at their ...
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Fox 31 KDVR.com

Are you up to date on your vaccinations?

One highly recommended adult vaccination protects against three serious bacterial diseases: tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis. Tetanus causes painful muscle spasms and stiffness; if head and neck muscles are affected, patients may be unable to open ...
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Classes resume at Dunbar Tuesday after school closed for meningitis concern

Tallmadge — School officials closed Dunbar Primary School April 30 as a precaution after learning meningitis was identified in one of the building's students over the weekend. However, Superintendent Jeff Ferguson said classes are expected to resume ...
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Conference committee agrees on vaccine compromise

Sixty percent of Vermont children 19 to 35 months old are “adequately vaccinated,” according to a 2009 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention survey. Some parents say the bill compromise goes too far. Jennifer Stella organized the Vermont Coalition ...
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vtdigger.org

Former Island Dr. Foege receives highest civilian honor

Foege is credited with devising the strategy to eradicate smallpox in the 1970s, saving millions of lives. His long career in public health included serving as the director for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and as a senior fellow ...
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Irvine Pediatrics | How Gardasil Helps for Children?

Same as other child vaccinations that your child may have received, the Gardasil would work when given prior there is a contact with relevant HPV kinds.
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Many Reasons for Gardasil's Slow Sales

In a blog earlier this month, Matthew Herper at Forbes highlighted a comment from a reader who suggested the Internet, more specifically free, unfiltered citizen ...
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Gardasil second injection | Pharmacy | Student Doctor Network - Student Doctor Network Forums

Gardasil second injection Pharmacy. ... I recently got the first injection of Gardasil and the nurse told me to come back in 62 instead of 60 days. Is there a physiological ...
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Health department to identify polio patients in Gujarat

VADODARA: The state government will soon begin a survey to track down polio-affected people across Gujarat. The project will be handled by the state health department and it may take a while before the victims of polio are identified.
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FG earmarks another N4.7bn to eradicate polio

By VICTORIA OJEME ABUJA—As part of measures to ensure adequate immunization coverage in Nigeria, the Federal Government is set to commit another N4.7 billion in a new polio eradication emergency plan. Minister of Health, Prof Onyebuchi Chukwu, ...
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Vaccination deadline delayed, 800 Erie students will be allowed in Tuesday

They also now need a second shot of chickenpox vaccine. About 2000 of the district's 12300 students didn't have the proper vaccinations and paperwork at the beginning of March. Cummings said the additional two weeks will allow the district to get even ...
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Did chicken pox trigger my children's diabetes? As the number of patients ...

Jen believes her daughters' condition may have been triggered by genetic susceptibility combined with a bout of chicken pox, because both were recovering from the infection when they developed symptoms. To help manage their condition, Jen and her two ...
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Daily Mail

Measles strategy misses targets

By James Gallagher Health and science reporter, BBC News Global efforts to cut the number of deaths from measles have fallen short of World Health Organization (WHO) targets. An analysis published in the Lancet said deaths had fallen by 74% between ...
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BBC News

Tallmadge elementary school to reopen after meningitis scare

By Cheryl Powell A Tallmadge elementary school is reopening today after district officials canceled classes Monday because of a possible case of meningitis. Summit County health department officials assured the school district the unidentified student ...
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The Flu Vaccine Does Not Give You The Flu

I'll admit I was guilty of believing this myself: that getting a flu vaccine usually meant you'd feel a bit ill for a couple of days because the vaccination effectively gave you a mild dose of the flu. Turns out that's absolute garbage.
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HPV vaccine now recommended for boys - chicagotribune.com

DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I've heard that the HPV vaccine is now being recommended for boys. Why? Does my 12-year-old son really need this?
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HLL Lifecare floats arm for vaccine complex

It will manufacture pentavalent combination, BCG, measles, hepatitis B, human rabies, Hib and Japanese Encephalitis vaccines. “Of the total project cost, Rs 28 crore has already been released,” said Mr M. Ayyappan, Chairman and Managing Director, ...
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Vt. lawmakers to consider compromise on childhood vaccinations

Dr. Harry Chen, the state's Commissioner of Health, clearly worries about public health risks should Vermont's relatively low vaccination rates for serious diseases including whopping cough, measles, and rubella fall any further.
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Oliver tries to keep it real with less fat

Does your mum want measles? PERFUME or a massage voucher are some options as Mother's Day gifts but Geoffrey Rush and Erica Packer have another suggestion: give your mum measles. What the UNICEF ambassadors are trying to say is: purchase a measles ...
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Sydney Morning Herald

Increasing cases of whooping cough concern Clatop County Health officials

ASTORIA - More local reports of pertussis have been received by the Clatsop County Public Health Department, prompting the office to again encourage everyone in the county ages 2 months and above to be vaccinated against the illness, also known as ...
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MT health officials monitoring pertussis outbreaks

HELENA- State health officials are following several recent outbreaks of pertussis across Montana, including the one in Ravalli County. The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) reports that outbreaks of pertussis, ...
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KP launches new method of polio vaccination

By Ashfaq Yusufzai PESHAWAR – The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) health department is launching Short Interval Additional Dose (SIAD) operations to ensure that at-risk children receive more doses of the polio vaccine, an official said April 30.
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LHC moved to make law on polio vaccination

LAHORE: Justice Umar Ata Bandial of the Lahore High Court on Monday issued a notice to the Punjab government on a petition seeking a judicial inquiry against those responsible for not adhering to international standards while administering polio ...
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'Alarming rise in incidence of measles in city'

Measles has taken the 18 million metropolis by storm, although its incidence ceases by April, Dr Mubina Agboatwalla, Head of Pediatrics Department, Government Hospital, Liaquatabad, told The New on Monday. “We are a small hospital and we are getting at ...
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Creator of vaccine dies

By By Cesar Quezada Microbiologist Irving Millman, who worked toward the creation of a vaccine to protect against hepatitis B, passed on April 17th of natural causes in Washington. In addition to creating the vaccine, Dr. Millman also helped to bring ...
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More SC girls get HPV vaccination

The uptake of the HPV vaccination programme is slowly improving in South Canterbury, latest statistics show. South Canterbury's 2012 programme, which started at the end of February, has had 67 girls consent to the first dose of the vaccine.
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Health Watch: Talk to your doctor about the shingles vaccine

According to the Centers for Disease Control, at least one million people a year in the United States get shingles. In other words, about 1 in 3 people in our country will experience shingles in their lifetime. An estimated 70 percent of annual cases ...
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CocaCola, Rotary International to cooperate in Polio eradication

Islamabad: Cocacola Beverage Pakistan Ltd. has extended support to Rotary International's Polio Plus Committee to aid it in the eradication of polio through awareness campaigns and have also volunteered their vans for the transportation of polio ...
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International News Network

Polio vaccination law: Replies sought from govt

Petitioner submitted the government launched anti-polio campaigns every year but had yet to legislate on the issue. By Our Correspondent LAHORE: The Lahore High Court on Monday sought replies from the federal and Punjab governments on May 24 on a writ ...
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The Express Tribune

Columbia women fight polio in India

Rotarian Judy Elliott marks an Indian child's finger to indicate the child has been immunized against polio. Elliott and fellow Rotarian Darlene Johnson were part of a 38-member team from the US and Canada that traveled to India in February.
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Four-year-olds slip net for vaccination

South Canterbury's four-year-olds are more likely to miss their childhood vaccinations than any other age group, the local district board's immunisation co-ordinator Deb Batchelor says. Mrs Batchelor said some parents were forgetting to have their ...
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1 Unexcitingly Good Dividend Play

Even blast-from-the-past Gardasil, which seemed to have died as a growth story, sprang to life with a 33% year-over-year increase in sales thanks to males getting vaccinated and a launch in Japan. Management seems pretty adamant about not following in ...
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Vaccinate your kids? Pros and cons of childhood vaccinations

By Jeff Hansel A little more than 2 percent of Rochester Public Schools students were not in compliance with immunization requirements at the end of March, the school system reports. Representatives of Olmsted County Public Health said most students ...
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