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Daily News 2011-11-02

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Watch The Greater Good from Leslie Manookian on The Vaccine Controversy - Age of Autism

Anthrax vaccine for children: A real fright in time for Halloween
- Washington Post

Vermont ‘Refuseniks’ Reject CDC One-Size-Fits-All Vaccine Policy - The Refusers

Gates Vaccine Funds Squandered on Money Laundering, Blood Diamonds and Home Renovations - The Refusers

Powerful Profile of a Flu Vaccine Victim - The Refusers

The anthrax vaccine boondoggle – Forbes - The Refusers

"Deadly Monopolies": Medical Ethicist Harriet Washington on How Firms are Taking Over Life Itself

ACIP Urges HPV Vaccine for Boys - Infectious Diseases Special Edition

Vaccine, communication key

Ministry of Health frets rise of highly infectious diseases

Health Care Providers Take a Shot at Increasing Childhood Immunizations

High Court Slams 9th's Care of Shaken Baby Case

New victim raises doubts about polio vaccine 

Ethics of Studying Strain Replacement By Vaccinating Adults with PCV-7 in Africa - journal article

Autism's fight for facts: A voice for science - Nature News

Doctors push flu shot despite study’s findings

Non-infectious diseases increase sharply

Supreme Court Reinstates Conviction from 1997 Shaken Baby Case

Flu Shot Only 59 Percent Effective, Analysis Finds - Huffington Post

Silver lining to news of flu vaccine failure

Comment:  New findings suggest previous recommendations of flu vaccine efficacy apparently not evidence-based.

High court reverses in shaken baby case

HPV Vaccine: 26 US Girls Dead - Cancer Repackaged As An STD -

Scientists discuss how to control global infectious diseases

Court Reinstates Grandmother's Conviction In Shaken Baby Death

Biodefense and Emerging Infectious Diseases - NIAID

CDC 2009 H1N1 autopsy analysis finds other illnesses - CIDRAP

Supreme Court Reinstates Verdict in 'Shaken Baby' Case

Vampire bacteria could serve as living antibiotic for many infectious diseases

Patti Stanger And Jenny McCarthy: Experts Without Expertise

Study fails to rule out vaccine side effects

Vaccine Policy and Advance Market Commitments - "The policy draft states that industry (the private partner) will in future be allowed to influence policy."

Consumer group slams proposal to test Anthrax vaccine on kids

Otago at risk of a potential measles outbreak

Push on for more health workers to get flu shot

HPV vaccine for boys? Yes
- The medical battle against human papillomavirus-induced cervical cancer should be seen as a societal health matter rather than solely a 'women's issue.' (editorial) - LA Times

Fighting the flu

State health officials agree boys should get HPV vaccine, too

Supreme Court Reinstates Conviction Of Grandmother In Shaken Baby Case - NPR

Misconceptions Surrounding the HPV Vaccine Could Undermine Disease Prevention

Warming climate a disease risk, expert says

Tracking vaccines for children and keeping your kids safe

Exposed: CDC deliberately manipulated, covered up scientific data showing link between vaccines containing mercury and autism

Contradictions between Medical Science and Immunization Policy by Alan Phillips, JD

US to test anthrax vaccine in children... maybe

The Medicated Child - Frontline

Monthly VAERS Reports  -

Want Some Proof About Vaccine Adjuvants? by Catherine J. Frompovich -

Dr. Mercola Interviews Barbara Loe Fisher (IOM) (video)

Elected leaders don’t have to listen?

Rx drug deaths triple in decade

In Some Cases, Even Bad Bacteria May Be Good
  - NY Times

Is the CDC Deliberately Hiding the Truth about the Link between Autism and Mercury in Vaccines? - ANH

Mary Tocco - Atlanta Friday Nov. 4th 7 PM - Friday, November 4, 2011 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (ET), Atlanta, United States

HPV Vaccines for Boys?  -

Autism: Acetaminophen and Vaccinations

Jones Daly Coldren Associates Vaccine Policy Statement

November 1-6 to be "Vaccine Awareness Week"? Not so fast, Barbara Loe Fisher and Joe Mercola! by Orac


Multicomponent Interventions to Enhance Influenza Vaccine Delivery to Adolescents - journal article (Pediatrics)

Drug Companies Are Sexualizing Our Kids! by Christina England -

Kids Given This Have 22 Times the Rate of Ear Infections (video) -

Gary Null, Jeremy Stillman and Nancy Ashley - Vaccine Conspiracy: The CDC Caught Lying Again

"Trace amount" - How much poison is "safe"?

VRM: The Problem With Vaccines Part 5A – Detoxification & Restoration of the Body

Aluminum hydroxide injections lead to motor deficits and motor neuron degeneration (2009) - journal article

Families with Vaccine Injuries Speak Out During Vaccine Awareness Week, Co-sponsored by National Vaccine Information Center and - Marketwatch

Vaccine News You Can Use: An Update for Practitioners (includes video) - Medscape

Pro-Perry SuperPAC and Perry campaign launch very similar ads on ...

Following Toomey's stint as Perry's senior adviser, he moved on to become a lobbyist for Merck, the pharmaceutical company that produced the HPV vaccine ...

Georgia Chapter of American Academy of Pediatrics Announces ...

Georgia Chapter of American Academy of Pediatrics AnnouncesCommunicate and ... vaccine hesitant or refusing parents about the safety and importance of ...

Mayo Clinic Researchers Discover Why Measles Spreads So Quickly

ROCHESTER, Minn., Nov 02, 2011 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Mayo Clinic researchers have discovered why measles, perhaps the most contagious viral disease in the world, spreads so quickly. The virus emerges in the trachea of its host, provoking a cough that ...
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Glaxo-Pfizer HIV venture plans Russian manufacturing

GSK earlier agreed that Binnopharm will make Glaxo's cervical cancer, rotavirus and pneumococcal vaccines for the Russian market. Pfizer, the world's largest drugmaker, has also entered into an agreement with Russian biopharmaceutical company Petrovax ...
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Duke Medicine: Many girls missing out on benefits of HPV vaccine

By Sarah Lindenfeld Hall The HPV vaccine was in the news last week when a government medical panel recommended the shot, designed originally for girls, also be given to boys. I spoke with Dr. Madhvi M Thakkar of North Hills Internal Medicine before ...
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HPV Vaccine -Update

It was only a few short weeks ago that I wrote a post here on the Life360 blog about the HPV vaccine. You can head over here and read it now. Go ahead, I'll wait. OK now that you're up to speed! I wanted to update you on some new developments regarding ...
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Life360 Now (blog)

CoMeD Thimerosal Documents at Vaccination Debate ForumMessageID ...

"Response to Danish Committee on Scientific Dishonesty (27 September 2011, 16 pages)" "Cover Letter for Submission to UNEP for INC3 Regarding the Use of ...

Thimerosalpreserved vaccines are major cause of current chronic ...

"Draft Review of recent publications that show Thimerosal-preserved vaccines are major cause of current chronic-condition 'autism' epidemic (25 July 2010; ...

Why Didn't We Reform Smallpox Instead of Eradicating It?

Roger Dow is president of the US Travel Association and seems to be one of the very few who get it: “According to the US Travel Association, the US economy is missing out on $85 billion in consumer spending and 900000 jobs because American travelers ...
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Preparing for flu season

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), sporadic flu activity is all around, with cases reported in North Carolina, Maryland, West Virginia and Kentucky. It's only a matter of time before it infiltrates the Commonwealth. ...
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Federal agency recommends HPV vaccine for boys: Local doctors await guidance

After the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices officially publishes its recommendation, expected to occur within months, area residents will receive counseling for the three-shot immunization from ...
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America's problem with sex education

Texas Governor Rick Perry, when asked by a reporter to cite research supporting his position (he ... then working as a lobbyist for vaccine-maker Merck. ...

Guidelines to clarify bacterial meningitis roles

The Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC) has published draft guidelines to promote best practice management of bacterial meningitis (and meningococcal disease) and is inviting feedback in a public consultation exercise. ...
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Irish Medical Times

9 Northern Idaho Kids Infected With Pertussis

COUER D'ALENE, Idaho -- State health officials say nine children in northern Idaho's Kootenai County have the highly contagious illness pertussis, also known as whooping cough. Panhandle Health District Epidemiologist Dave Hylsky told The ...
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Rotary International Polio Plus efforts

Skeet Raggio and Sandy Davis (right) explain their lives after Polio and the effects of Post-Polio Syndrome to Liberty Rotarians, Oct. 11, 2011. Rotarian / Judge Don Taylor explained the differences of Rotary International, The Rotary Foundation and ...
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Autism's fight for facts: A voice for science

The organization supports vaccine-related research, and Singer knew that her ... from leaders at the American Academy of Pediatrics in Elk Grove Village, ...

Despite myths, flu vaccine does not lead to illness

Brittany Jacobs, 20, a mechanical engineering junior, received her first free flu shot from the Student Health Care Center this fall. Unlike Jacobs, many students don't take free flu shots offered on campus due to lack of medical knowledge and ...
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Flu Shots Still Necessary

2, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- When a nurse with 30 years experience was asked if she gets a flu shot, Deborah Braun laughed and said, "Every year!" The Manassas, Virginia nurse said that she learned her lesson about the flu shot many years ago when she was ...
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Measles Still Considered 'Eliminated' in US

But with 214 US measles cases identified by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as of Oct. 14, the 2011 case number still remains very modest and allows America to remain a country where measles has been "eliminated," its status since 2000, ...
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Family Practice News Digital Network

Condoleezza Rice recalls moment when Dick Cheney told her, George Bush they ...

In a revealing ABC interview, Rice recounted the story while on tour for her newly released memoir, in which she details fears of radioactive attacks and smallpox in Washington after 9/11. She and then-President Bush were in Shanghai just weeks after ...
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New York Daily News

Bill Gates: The Power To Save Lives

While Gates' vaccine-based giving—closing in on $6 billion to fight measles, hepatitis B, rotavirus and AIDS, among others—is part of the largest, most human-driven philanthropy in the history of mankind, what's missing in his language are the ...
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STD Vaccinations to Minors

Specifically the vaccine Gardasil? For those not in the know Gardasil is used to vaccinate against HPV a possibly dangerous STI being linked to cervical and other types of cancers but has not been without it's complications. ...
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Health Services offers Gardasil vaccine « Bulletin Today

Gardasil protects against cervical cancer, genital warts and other diseases.
Bulletin Today

Infant flu prevention begins with mother

If pneumococcal protein-based vaccines are found to be efficacious, the direct correlation of the magnitude of the mother's IgG to PspA and that of the infant could be an indicator that the immunization of women of childbearing age with protein ...
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News tips from the journal mBio

Pneumococcal vaccines currently in use today target the pneumococcal capsular polysaccharide (PPS), a sort of armor that surrounds the bacterial cell, protecting it from destruction. Current thought hold that PPS-binding antibodies protect against ...
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HPV vaccine for boys? Yes

A government panel now recommends that the vaccine against human papillomavirus should be routinely given to boys as well as girls. Our question is: What took so long? Gardasil, the vaccine developed by Merck, protects against the HPV strains most ...
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Was this year's flu shot more painful?

Could this year's flu shot be more painful than last year, even though the formulation is identical? The answers that John Lundy got to his question about this year's flu shot were as intriguing as his query. Lundy, a reporter for the Duluth News ...
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New Recommendations For HPV & HIV

HIV - The American Academy of Pediatrics is recommending that all teens 16-18 receive routine HIV tests if they live in an area where the prevalence of HIV ...

Secrets of women who don't get sick

Soap and water remain your most effective tools there, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Germs can grow on bar soaps (ew!), so use the pumped kind -- or better yet, a hands-free dispenser. Choose regular soap over ...
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Health Care Providers Take a Shot at Increasing Childhood Immunizations

Some distrust the US government or question the influence that vaccine manufacturers have over policy makers at the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In fact, several major pharmaceutical companies, ...
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Seven Days

DRMC discusses vaccinations with Senior Circle

According to the Centers for Disease Control, every year between 3000 and 49000 deaths can be attributed to the seasonal influenza. Exact numbers are difficult to project because states are not required to report flu-related deaths for individuals ...
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McHenry Health Department sets pertussis vaccine clinics

The health department and Dominick's pharmacy will be offering Adacel (the pharmaceutical name for Tdap), which is the vaccine recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to prevent whooping cough. Those eligible include individuals ...
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Rudd not a man in fine voice

Jumping on stage in Perth at the end of a rock concert aimed at eradicating polio and poverty, he grabbed the microphone and asked the audience of 45000 young people if they would like him to sing. "I. Want. Your. Support. To do this. You. And you. ...
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Don't Share Food With Chickenpox Patients —Doctor

Dr Amupitan Rotimi, a general practitioner, has warned people against sharing food or drinks with persons who have chickenpox, a highly contagious disease. Rotimi told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Abuja that chickenpox could easily be contacted ...
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Healthcare Spotlight: CSL Ltd.

The Gardasil case typifies the opportunities available in the West, as a presidential-primary-debate level controversy arose over efforts – successful, mind you – to have it included among required immunizations for girls of elementary-school age. ...
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Flu Vaccine Clinic For Union County Seniors

BERKELEY HEIGHTS — Residents of Union County who are at least 65 years old may receive seasonal flu vaccines at Runnells Specialized Hospital of Union County on Thursday, Nov. 3. Registration will begin at 8:30 am No appointment is necessary, ...
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FDA Updated Communication on Use of Jet Injectors with Inactivated ...

Currently, there is only one vaccine, Measles, Mumps and Rubella ( MMR ), that is approved and specifically labeled for administration by jet injector. ...

Immunization clinic Thursday, Nov. 10

A & B, Hib, and Pneumococcal (Prevnar). Adolescent immunizations available include: Td, Tdap, Hep. B, HPV (Gardasil), and Meningococcal (Menactra). Flu vaccine is also be available at our clinic. Immunizations are free to children with Medicaid, ...
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Florida Farmers Seek Protection From Pest Invasions

They have a taste and insatiable appetite for 500 species of plant, they destroy the walls of houses and they transport meningitis, threatening Florida agriculture, real estate and human health. "When there's a report of an invasive pest, ...
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Fox News

Dutch psychologist admits he made up research data

... and the childhood measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine was discredited and withdrawn by The Lancet, which originally published the research in 1998. ...

New victim raises doubts about polio vaccine

PESHAWAR, Nov 1: Exposing the inefficacy of oral polio vaccine (OPV), a Swabi child has tested positive for polio despite being administered seven doses of vaccines over a period of time, health officials said here on Tuesday. ...
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Washington County Agricultural Education Center hosts flu shot clinic

By Kevin G. Gilbert, Staff Photographer As she walked to her car, Williamsport resident Lorraine Troxell tried to remember the last year she did not get a flu shot. "I think I've been getting it since it came out," she said. "I can't remember a time I ...
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The Herald-Mail

Obesity may make flu vaccine less effective, study suggests

Being obese may increase the risk of coming down with the flu, even after receiving a flu vaccine, new research suggests. Investigators at the University of North Carolina Family Medicine Center studied 74 people who received a flu shot in the ...
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Find a Flu Shot Before the Flu Finds You

People who live with or care for those at high-risk for complications from the flu, including health care and day care workers. You can get your flu shot (or spray) at any of the following drugstores or clinics in the Cerritos and Artesia area. ...
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Thimerosal Dangers scimeddentistry | Google Groups

And Thimerosal is only 50% methyl mercury which means by your own ... and I was correct that Thimerosal is only 50% ethyl mercury which ...

Free Flu Shots at Roxbury Park

Even if you got a shot in 2010, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that you get a vaccine for this year's strain. The flu season typically runs from September through March. “Everyone 6 months and older should get a flu vaccine ...
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The Age of Autism Book

Melissa Winter of The Puzzling Piece is giving a lucky Age of Autism reader a free necklace. Leave a comment to enter! To raise funds for your organization ...

Saturday Afternoon Tai Kwan Do AGE OF AUTISM

By Brooke Potthast Last weekend was like most Saturdays at our house. My husband went to his early am basketball game with guys he's been playing with for ...

HPV vaccination is beneficial for boys

These male hormonal contraceptives are reversible, and much like the HPV vaccine for males, they allow men to protect the sexual health of themselves and others, finally making a historically female issue one for both sexes. ...
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Solano's kindergartners get their shots

By Richard Bammer/ Solano leads the nine-county Bay Area in the number of kindergartners who have been immunized against communicable diseases, like whooping cough and measles, though the overall rates of immunization have ...
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Measles no problem at Pearson board

By ALYCIA AMBROZIAK, The Gazette November 2, 2011 3:07 AM A measles outbreak in some parts of Quebec has not spread to students in the Lester B. Pearson School Board. "We've had no reports of measles in our schools, but we did get a letter from the ...
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Panel Recommends HPV Vaccine For Boys, Too : NPR

The vaccine helps protect men against anal and throat cancers that can occur after sexual activity. It may also protect women, indirectly, by reducing ...

HPV vaccine for boys? Yes -

The medical battle against human papillomavirus-induced cervical cancer should be seen as a societal health matter rather than solely a 'women's issue.',0,6500759.sto...

READER'S VIEWS: Thoughts on politics and STDs

After reading the front page last week about the STD outbreak in Culpeper County schools and being boiling mad, I thought how much this is a ploy to further the Gardasil agenda in Virginia and further erode our parental rights! Gov. ...
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Bozeman Deaconess Hospital placing restrictions on visitors due to whooping ...

Bozeman Deaconess Hospital is placing restrictions on visitors due to an outbreak or whooping cough, formally known as pertussis. Anyone with a cough or fever should not come into the hospital, Bozeman Deaconess said on its website. ...
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Vaccine, communication key

The end of October marked the end of “Let's Talk Month. ... as the American Cancer Society and American Academy of Pediatrics regard as a major breakthrough ...

Obesity limits flu vaccine

A recent American study, published in the International Journal of Obesity, has found that obesity makes annual flu shots less effective. The study reported for the first time that influenza vaccine antibody levels decline far more significantly in ...
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Students Advised To Get Vaccinated

Like in previous years, UHS has ordered 15000 doses of flu vaccine. A highly contagious viral infection, the flu is easily spread from person to person through talking, sneezing, and coughing. UHS will administer flu vaccination clinics on Mondays and ...
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Doctors push flu shot despite study's findings

Cally Olson, registered nurse at Essentia Health occupational medicine, gives Duluth News Tribune employee Frank Grandson a flu shot Tuesday morning. (Bob King / “You should get your flu shot,” said Dr. Timothy Burke, ...
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Gardasil safety and efficacy is unclear

However, 30 percent of cancers are not covered, and the vaccine is only effective for five years, according to Merck, which I believe is too short to have a meaningful impact on public health. CDC reports have found 20000 adverse reactions to Gardasil ...
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Whooping cough confirmed in Kootenai County children

Pertussis, also known as whooping cough, has been confirmed in nine Kootenai County children, ranging in age from 3 months to 15 years old, a news release from Panhandle Health District said. “Most of the sick children have not been immunized,” said ...
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Julie Bishop sings like a cow on polio.

Kevin Rudd's appearance at the End of Polio concert may have drawn derision, not least from Julie Bishop. However, in a year when Our American Allies have set back the fight against polio in Pakistan by using vaccine programmes as a cover for espionage ...
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Folic Acid Supplementation

He observed that milkmaids who contracted cowpox seemed not to become infected with smallpox. His observation of a natural phenomenon led him to the hypothesis that prior infection with cowpox provided an immunity to the lethal smallpox. ...
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Batavia student diagnosed with whooping cough

A vaccine also is available to prevent the disease and doctors say it should be ... based-American Academy of Pediatrics, but practices in Kansas City. ...

HPV vaccination for boys and young men

'It's an equity issue, we are currently denying a life saving vaccine to half of our young people, and keeping them in the dark about how the HPV vaccine could protect them from cancers, just as it does for our young women,' Professor Pitts says. ...
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Silver lining to news of flu vaccine failure

The vaccine was giving by Beth White of Minnesota Visiting Nurse Agency. In its Oct. 26 headline for an article about the efficacy of flu vaccine, the Star Tribune announced "Flu shots fail almost half of us." Within hours of the article's publication, ...
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WHO's Global Polio Eradication Initiative seeks to eliminate polio

In an effort to combat polio in the developing world, one major nongovernmental agency stated that it had received $118 million in nonprofit fundraising from both charities and governments. The World Health Organization's Global Polio Eradication ...
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Free, drive-through flu shot clinic Saturday in Roswell

The Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that everyone older than six months get their flu vaccine to prevent the disease from spreading. “We will be offering free flu vaccinations to the community and all ...
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A look at the 3rd-quarter sales trend for top-selling prescription drugs sold ...

Here are sales figures for the third quarter for top-selling Pfizer prescription drugs: PRODUCT NAME MAIN CONDITION/USE 3Q 2011 SALES 3Q 2010 SALES PERCENT CHANGE Lipitor High cholesterol $2.6 billion $2.53 billion up 3 percent Prevnar 13 Pneumococcal ...
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Mumps case confirmed at area school

A student at Camden Primary School has been diagnosed with a case of the mumps. The Preble County General Health District confirmed the case last week. The Preble Shawnee Local School District issued a statement via its website and the district's ...
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Letting Your Kid Lick a Chicken Pox Laced Lollipop Is Crazy

Parents finding out that the neighborhood kid has the chicken pox, then crowding into his home with their own kids, hoping they get sick too, sounded like one of the kookiest ideas ever. Until, that is, I heard about parents letting their kids lick on ...
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The Stir

Deadly Inoculations with Dr Andrew Wakefield 12 VXV Tu Sitio de Videos

The smoking-gun evidence Professor Walker-Smith's 1996 presentation at the Royal Free Hospital Medical School was entitled, "Entero-colitis and ...

The flu shot: 6 'dangerous' myths

Their fears are likely a result of the fact that a preservative called thimerosal was once commonly used in vaccines. But thimerosal was all but phased out ...

Flu Vaccine Ready For Ontarians

She said sometimes, it gets harder for them to tell anything about winter flu, as already there is so much of noise out there. Autism and measles were earlier linked with flu vaccine, said King. It took them years to break the myth that they both are ...
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French Tribune

Healthy Living: Gardasil Vaccination (Human Papilloma Virus) for Males

HPV Vaccine Information for Clinicians – Fact Sheet. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention, Division of STD Prevention. Page last updated September 15, 201.
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UNICEF Ambassador Fernando Alonso promotes polio eradication in India

By Shamila Sharma NEW DELHI, India, 1 November 2011: “Polio is a terrible, crippling disease of children, which we can and should eradicate from the planet,” said Fernando Alonso during a visit to the Chacha Nehru Bal Chikitsalaya Paediatric Hospital ...
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UNICEF (press release)

Backlash over Penrith and St Marys immunisation clinic closure

THE future of free immunisation clinics at Penrith and St Marys remains cloudy despite the best efforts of registered nurses like Bev Bill. She worked in the Penrith Council-run clinics from July 1986 until June this year when she found out the clinics ...
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Cumberland Courier Newspapers

RTM responds to pertussis case in middle school

Pertussis is a highly contagious disease involving the lungs and airways. It's spread through the air when an infected person sneezes or coughs, and is considered by the PA Department of Health as a reportable communicable disease. ...
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New law requires many students to get bacterial meningitis shots

Bacterial meningitis is a serious illness according to the Centers for Disease Control. Teenagers ages 15-19 are in one of the high-risk categories. The disease is contracted by about 1000 to 2600 each year in the United States, of which 10 percent to ...
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