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All the News Posted November 11, 2009

►November 12, 2009 - 'Breeding Bio Insecurity' argues for change in biodefense policy - book review - Arizona State University

►November 12, 2009 - WHO organizes training on immunization - Ahead of another possible medical pandemic, medical workers from Fiji and the Pacific are being prepared on how to conduct proper immunization and vaccine methods. - Fiji Broadcasting Corporation Ltd

* ►November 12, 2009 - Q&A with Kansas health officer about H1N1 - Lawrence Journal-World

►November 12, 2009 - Swine flu deaths in Europe doubling by the week, agency says (requires registration) - Bloomberg via Washington Post

►November 12, 2009 - Tough when H1N1 vaccines come in packs of 10 - Channel News Asia

►November 12, 2009 - 250,000 people have had swine flu vaccine - The Irish Times

►November 12, 2009 - Record editorial: H1N1 is everywhere, the vaccine is not -

►November 12, 2009 - Why Dr. Oz Won't Take the Swine Flu Vaccine - Alternative Health Journal

►November 12, 2009 - Over Eighty Percent of Suspected Swine Flu Cases were Not Flu, CBS News Reports -

* ►November 11, 2009 - Va. teen suffers rare illness after swine flu shot - Boy diagnosed with Guillain-Barre syndrome, but CDC says no clear link - MSNBC - "A 14-year-old Virginia boy is weak and struggling to walk after coming down with a reported case of Guillain-Barre syndrome within hours after receiving the H1N1 vaccine for swine flu. Jordan McFarland, a high school athlete from Alexandria, Va., left Inova Fairfax Hospital for Children Tuesday night in a wheelchair nearly a week after developing severe headaches, muscle spasms and weakness in his legs following a swine flu shot."

* ►November 11, 2009 - Kentuckiana man says vaccine triggered deafness (includes video) - - "As a thoroughbred trainer since 1972, Rick Hiles is an expert on horses, but concerning his own health, he relied on a doctor's advice when he decided to get the pneumonia vaccine last year. 'He said it would only make your arm sore for a couple of days,' Hiles recalled, 'and so after quite a bit of questioning, I said okay, if that's all it's going to do.' Hiles says his arm was so sore the next day he could hardly lift it. And then, 'on a Sunday night, about ten days afterwards, I was sitting at home. All of a sudden I had a real loud noise in my ear, it was real loud and two seconds later I was completely deaf.' His hearing in his left ear was gone. For the next week, Hiles says he got dizzier and sicker, and eventually got pneumonia. He recovered from the pneumonia. But the hearing in his left ear is gone forever.'"

* ►November 11, 2009 - Deputies Hold Boy Who Fled Flu Shot - Student refused; was held down for vaccination - The Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Register - "During a regular Wheeling-Ohio County Health Board meeting Tuesday, health department Administrator Howard Gamble told board members about the student's attempt to flee Wheeling Middle School during a vaccination clinic held there last Friday. He noted the boy's mother could not bear to watch the scene and left the gymnasium. Out of apparent fear of receiving the injection, the student ran out of the building. The school's resource officer, Ohio County Sheriff's Deputy John Haglock, coaxed the boy back inside. Once at the shot station, however, Haglock apparently needed some help keeping the boy still, and another deputy assisted. 'He tried to run. I looked over and saw two sheriff's deputies holding a kid down,' Gamble said. 'Mom took off, she couldn't take it. You had one nurse with the needle, two deputies holding him, one nurse is grabbing hands - because that's what they want to do, to go after the needle. And that's the last thing you want.'"

* ►November 11, 2009 - H1N1: Police Hold Down WV Boy During Forced Swine Flu Vaccination (includes video) - Death by 1000 Papercuts

* ►November 11, 2009 - Expert Says Don't Worry About H1N1 Double Doses For Kids - - "Parents in Ontario, Manitoba and British Columbia have reported that their children received the amount in the adult dose instead of the pediatric dose of the swine flu shot. The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) has received reports of the wrong dose being given out to children but cannot provide exact figures, said spokeswoman Nadia Mostafa, who referred the question to provincial health ministries. The agency's guidelines call for adults to receive 0.5 ml in a single shot of the adjuvanted vaccine. The recommendation for children between six months of age to nine years is two half doses at least three weeks apart. A stressed-out father in Delta, B.C., urged parents to check the dose themselves before their children get the shot. Jeevan Tauro said his three-year-old daughter and 17-month-old son were given the 0.5 ml dose at a Burnaby walk-in clinic Nov. 3. ... Tauro said his son Ruhin developed a fever the next day, and suffered a seizure four days later and was rushed to hospital. He said a pediatrician told him two days later that Ruhin's high fever was related to the flu shot and that the fever had caused the seizure."

* ►November 11, 2009 - FDA Commissioner Addresses H1N1 Vaccine Safety Concerns (requires registration) - Medscape - "Dr. Hamburg, who was confirmed on May 18, 2009 as the FDA's new commissioner, described information about H1N1 that can be used to allay patient fears about vaccine safety. She noted that some patients might think that the safety of the H1N1 vaccine is unconfirmed because the vaccine became available only 6 months after the 2009 H1N1 virus appeared. However, this fear is misguided because the H1N1 vaccine is produced in exactly the same way as the seasonal influenza vaccine. 'Companies began manufacturing the 2009 H1N1 vaccines in the same factories where they are licensed to manufacture seasonal influenza vaccines — using the same equipment and the same testing procedures,' she pointed out. According to Dr. Hamburg, if the H1N1 virus had emerged a few months earlier, 'it could have been included as 1 of the 3 strains in the 2009 seasonal vaccine.'"

* ►November 11, 2009 - Dr. Nancy Snyderman: Planes, Vaccines, and No EQ - The Huffington Post

* ►November 11, 2009 - H1N1 Cases: Healthy to Death's Door in One Week - In 1 Percent of Swine Flu Cases, Doctors Say Virus Attacks Lungs So Viciously That Other Organs Can Fail - Nightline via ABC News

* ►November 11, 2009 - Tamiflu-Resistant Swine Flu Found in Canadian Father - Latest case underscores need to use the antiviral properly, experts say - HealthDay via U.S. News & World Report

* ►November 11, 2009 - H1N1 Vaccine Supplies Lag Despite Rising Demand - CDC Expected to Increase Estimate of Deaths Resulting From H1N1 Flu (includes video) - ABC News

* ►November 11, 2009 - UK Doctors Take Bribes To Push Swine Flu Vaccine On Patients - The One Click Group

* ►November 11, 2009 - Swine Flu: One killer virus, three key questions - Anthrax Vaccine -- posts by Meryl Nass, M.D.

* ►November 11, 2009 - China's Tough Measures on Flu Appear to Be Effective (requires registration) - The New York Times - "The government was so anxious to stay ahead of H1N1 that officials decided in June to start developing a vaccine even though testing kits for measuring the dosage of the agent in the experimental vaccines had not arrived from the W.H.O., said Zhao Kai, a virologist who advises the government. It was an unusual step, but on Sept. 5 China became the first country to declare that it had developed a vaccine, and by late October it had produced nearly 53 million doses."

* ►November 11, 2009 - H1N1 vaccine maker Sanofi Pasteur gives tour to journalists - CNN - "Sanofi, the only manufacturer licensed to make H1N1 vaccine in the United States, also released its final clinical trial data, a 42-day follow-up of its adult and pediatric trials. According to this latest data, a single dose of H1N1 vaccine induces a strong immune response in adults, but two doses will be needed for children 6 months to 9 years of age."

* ►November 11, 2009 - Children to be bused to vaccination centres - CBC - "Quebec health officials say they are close to setting up a system to bus schoolchildren to swine flu vaccination centres. Putting together a vaccination plan involving more than one million school children is not an easy task, said Quebec's chief public health officer, Dr. Alain Poirier. ... At the national assembly, Parti Québecois health critic Bernard Drainville said the plan sounds like a field trip destined for failure. 'It is obvious the solution is to do vaccinations in schools. Why aren't you doing it?' Drainville asked the Liberals during question period."

* ►November 11, 2009 - Ukraine flu fatalities rise, government warns of 'battle' - Summary - DPA via Earth Times

* ►November 11, 2009 - Mysterious flu in Ukraine continues to intensify - Nearly three quarters of the Ukrainian population have flu-like symptoms of the mysterious virus and the government has ordered more than 650,000 doses of anti-viral drug Tamiflu. - Digital Journal

* ►November 11, 2009 - Suspected Hemorrhagic Pneumonia Outbreak Hits Ukraine - OpEdNews

* ►November 11, 2009 - Swine flu: GlaxoSmithKline will donate 50 million vaccine doses to poor nations - DailyFinance

►November 11, 2009 - Fleeing the Flu - Hill Country Times

►November 11, 2009 - Prairie provinces boost efforts against H1N1 (includes videos) - CTV

►November 11, 2009 -  Teens cautious about H1N1 vaccine - Everyone seems to be talking about the H1N1 virus and deciding whether or not they will be getting the vaccine. - Orleans Star via

►November 11, 2009 - Malibu residents conflicted over H1N1 vaccine - The Malibu Times asked Malibu residents whether they were going to get the H1N1 vaccine, and why or why not. - Malibu Times

* ►November 11, 2009 - Adverse reactions to H1N1 vaccine few, far between - Benefit of shot outweighs risk, experts suggest - Ottawa Citizen - "Public-health officials in Ottawa have received 19 confirmed reports of allergic reactions to the H1N1 flu shot since the city's vaccination campaign began more than two weeks ago."

* ►November 11, 2009 - Minnesota rolling out H1N1 flu vaccine with care - Minnesota's program for handing out H1N1 flu shots may cause frustration, but some say state is doing better than most. - Minneapolis Star Tribune

* ►November 11, 2009 - Swine flu vaccine becoming more plentiful - The H1N1 vaccine is becoming more plentiful in South Florida, but the general public must get in line behind high-priority groups. -

►November 11, 2009 - Can Natural Remedies Prevent H1N1 Virus? - Naturopathy Uses Natural Methods To Fight Diseases -

►November 11, 2009 - Another Kanawha swine flu death suspected - Charleston Gazette

►November 11, 2009 - Swine Flu Clinics to Be Opened to a Broader Group of People This Weekend (requires registration) - The New York Times

►November 11, 2009 - Free H1N1 vaccine shots offered to pregnant women (requires subscription for full article) - Newsday

►November 11, 2009 - Hundreds line up for swine flu vaccine - Utica Observer Dispatch

►November 11, 2009 - Distribution of H1N1 Vaccine Expands - Las Vegas Now

►November 11, 2009 - Today's HTO chat: H1N1 questions answered by local health experts - Herald Times

* ►November 11, 2009 - Thousands line up for H1N1 vaccinations - Louisville Courier-Journal

* ►November 11, 2009 - Nearly A Quarter Million Flu Cases in Belarus: WHO Remains Silent on Ukraine Plague -

* ►November 11, 2009 - The CDC and WHO March Forward With Further Manipulation of Swine Flu Data -

* ►November 11, 2009 - Analysis-New US swine flu death estimates will be guess - * Flu deaths based on estimates * Data take months to collect * This pandemic spares the elderly -- to a point - Reuters

►November 11, 2009 - New data to show 4,000 US deaths from swine flu - USA Today

* ►November 11, 2009 - Vying for the Flu Vaccine - letter (requires registration) - The New York Times - "It is difficult to fathom that physicians and nurses who work for large corporations have been empowered to distribute the vaccine and decide who meets the criteria for receiving it, whereas those of us who care for chronically ill patients, who are most at risk from H1N1 infection, have no access."

►November 11, 2009 - H1N1 town hall sheds light on the virus and vaccine (includes video) -

►November 11, 2009 - Apps to Help Guard Against Flu, and Worse. - Gadgetwise Blog via The New York Times

►November 11, 2009 - DHH increasing H1N1 vaccine availability - Monroe News Star

►November 11, 2009 - H1N1 Vaccinations: Swine Not? - MSU The Montclarion Online

►November 11, 2009 - Nurses demand apology from health minister - CBC Montreal - "The union federation representing most nurses in Quebec is demanding an apology from Health Minister Yves Bolduc after he threatened disciplinary action against nurses who help people jump the queue to get their flu vaccination."

►November 11, 2009 - Should obese Utahns get H1N1 vaccine priority? - Health » They appear to be harder hit by the novel virus. - Salt Lake Tribune

* ►November 11, 2009 - Stroudsburg schools' swine flu snafu calls for more secure handling - editorial - Pocono Record

* ►November 11, 2009 - H1N1 consent forms raises concern - Toronto Sun - "Ontario’s hodge-podge of different consent forms for people seeking the H1N1 flu vaccine has raised concerns for Ontario’s information and privacy commissioner. It has also led Ann Cavoukian’s office to investigate why at least one regional health unit has requested both drivers’ licences and OHIP cards at public vaccine clinics."

►November 11, 2009 - Younger People Most Likely to Contract H1N1, But Mortality Rate Highest Among Elderly - The Lancet via Doctor's Guide

* ►November 2009 - GMC resumes inquiry into Dr Wakefield - Irish Medical Times - "The General Medical Council (GMC) in the UK is due to resume its public inquiry into Dr Andrew Wakefield next week. The GMC’s Fitness to Practise Panel has set aside 25 days for this latest session, which starts on November 19 and is due to conclude on December 23."

* ►November 11, 2009 - David Kirby: Is Obama Ready to Take on Factory Farming? Part Two: White House Realities - The Huffington Post

* ►November 11, 2009 - IACC includes vaccine research objective in strategic plan for autism research - Autism Speaks is encouraged by new language recommending funding of vaccine research - Autism Speaks via EurekAlert! - "Autism Speaks is encouraged by yesterday's decision of the Interagency Autism Coordinating Committee (IACC) to include vaccine research studies in the objectives of the updated Strategic Plan for Autism Research. The new language, approved unanimously, calls for studies to determine if there are sub-populations that are more susceptible to environmental exposures such as immune challenges related to naturally occurring infections, vaccines or underlying immune problems. 'This revised plan is an important step toward a more comprehensive approach to exploring the wide range of risk factors that may be contributing to autism,' said Geraldine Dawson, Ph.D., Autism Speaks chief science officer."

* ►November 11, 2009 - Autism Coverage and The Military - Age of Autism

* ►November 11, 2009 - Dr. David Gorski Jumps the Shark over Desiree Jennings Case By J.B. Handley - Age of Autism

* ►November 11, 2009 - Vaccine Victim Desiree Jennings Viciously Attacked By Medical Establishment - Pharmaceutical industry apologists claim “hoax” despite disease being confirmed by several doctors (includes video) -

►November 11, 2009 - John Travolta Tears Up on Ellen - Us Magazine - "John Travolta says he is grateful for all of the support he has received since his son Jett died at age 16 following a seizure this past January."

►November 11, 2009 - Kids With Autism Need Handwriting Help - As Kids Overcome Autism, Handwriting Thwarts Progress - WebMD

►November 11, 2009 - Handwriting and Fine Motor Skills: New Insights into Autism - New research probes the link between handwriting problems and autism. - Psychology Today

* ►November 11, 2009 - Matara Medical Officers suspend immunization programs - Daily Mirror, Sri Lanka - "Medical Officers of Health in the Matara District suspended all immunization programs from today to protest against the charge sheet served on the Matara Divisional Medical Officer of Health Dr. Indrani Subesinghe in connection with the death of a schoolgirl after been given the Rubella vaccination. Secretary to the Ministry of Health has called for explanation from the Medical Officer for not exercising adequate supervision on the vaccination program.  A Grade 8 student of St. Thomas’ College, Matara Elledeniyage Peshala Hansani (13) was taken ill allegedly after administering the rubella vaccination and died at the Matara hospital on March 19, 2009.  The Medical Officers said they would specially refrain from vaccinating against Polio, Hepatitis, Tetanus and Meningitis, and Rubella in protest over the action taken by the Ministry of Health. "

►November 11, 2009 - Paying penalty for not having triple MMR jab - Daily Gazette, UK - "The rapid increase and spread of mumps, as highlighted by recent figures, are mainly down to large concentrations of people aged between 15 and 24 at places like universities and colleges."

* ►November 11, 2009 - Toxic Fish Found in Lakes, Reservoirs Across 47 States - Environment News Service

►November 11, 2009 - Mucosal immune mechanism identified - United Press International

►November 11, 2009 - XMRV Virus - Top Scientists To Meet - The One Click Group

►November 11, 2009 - N. Bay Boy In Experiment To Cure Peanut Allergy - CBS5

* ►November 11, 2009 - Vaccine May Help Smokers Kick Habit - Mass General Hospital Recruiting Smokers For Clinical Trial (includes video) - WCVB Boston

►November 11, 2009 - Dendreon loses $45.6M in Q3 - Puget Sound Business Journal (Seattle)

►November 11, 2009 - Dendreon Reports Third Quarter 2009 Financial Results and Continuing Progress Toward PROVENGE Commercialization - PRNewswire-FirstCall via CNNMoney

►November 11, 2009 - Discovery could help treat HIV - Molecules can enhance immune system’s response - Yale Daily News

►November 11, 2009 - White House Endorses Paid Sick Leave Bill - Economix Blog via The New York Times

* ►November 11, 2009 - Boston University Student Caught Meningitis Germ From BioLab - The One Click Group

►November 11, 2009 - Most doctors and nurses say they use dietary supplements - Health Sciences Institute

►November 11, 2009 - Useless UK Social Workers' Watchdog Fails To Disclose Crucial Evidence - The One Click Group

* ►November 11, 2009 - British Government Fails Electorate Over Detested DNA Database - The One Click Group

* ►November 11, 2009 - 25th Bhopal Anniversary: A Story Of Corporate Greed And Profit - The One Click Group

* ►November 10, 2009 - Mandatory Vaccinations: No, we're not there yet, but why have we started going down that road? - Anthrax Vaccine -- posts by Meryl Nass, M.D. - "A ho-hum influenza pandemic appeared, and suddenly hospitals on the east coast, west coast and the heartland started demanding mandatory vaccinations of their employees. At first the hospitals didn't know whether they wanted mandatory seasonal flu vaccinations or swine flu vaccinations. There wasn't any seasonal flu virus around, and there wasn't any swine flu vaccine around, so what was the rush? Simultaneously, an organization of infection control nurses popped up, demanding mandatory vaccinations and "accountability" from healthcare workers who considered refusing. This was orchestrated. But who was pulling the strings?"

* ►November 10, 2009 - Military Families Battle Against Autism (includes video) - MyFoxDC - "Curious to know how many other military families struggle with autism, Karen Driscoll filed a Freedom of Information Act request with the U.S. Department of Defense. The military sent her a list of statistics, which boiled down to an alarming number. At least one out of 88 military kids has autism. 'The numbers are pretty consistent with what we’ve seen in other countries,' says National Autism Center Director Susan Wilczynski. 'In the United Kingdom, in Canada, where the numbers have been one in 100 or lower.' Wilczynski says the military’s numbers represent a more realistic picture of what’s happening across the country. Recent studies released in October show as many as one out of 91 kids nationwide now has autism."

* ►November 10, 2009 - West Virginia Mom Loses Bid to Stop Child's Immunization - A federal judge has rejected a Mingo County mother's claims that immunizing her daughter would be a health risk and a sacrilege. - AP via

►November 10, 2009 - Top scientists to meet at Cleveland Clinic on trail of XMRV, a suspect in prostate cancer - The Plain Dealer via

►November 10, 2009 - BU student caught bacterial infection from lab, tests show (requires registration) - Boston Globe

* ►November 10, 2009 - Sanofi CEO: US H1N1 vaccine output rising quickly - * 75 mln H1N1 vaccine doses to ship in US by Christmas * Sanofi expects first EU H1N1 approval "shortly" - Reuters - " Sanofi's future efforts will include a strong focus on emerging markets and on animal health, which in turn circles back to a rising standard of living and changing diet in developing countries. 'The single biggest healthcare opportunity there is, is vaccines in the southern hemisphere,' [CEO Christopher] Viehbacher said. 'How do we reach the next billion customers?'"

* ►November 11, 2009 - Vials of swine flu vaccine stolen in Olympia WA - AP via Seattle Post-Intelligencer

* ►November 10, 2009 - Glaxo wins U.S. approval for swine flu vaccine -  * FDA approves unadjuvanted H1N1 pandemic vaccine * Glaxo plans to ship all 7.6 mln doses in December * Vaccine will contribute small amount to U.S. needs - Reuters

* ►November 10, 2009 - CDC officials have ridiculously mishandled “control” of H1N1 - Out of Control - Health Sciences Institute

* ►November 10, 2009 - Video: Doctors Bribed To Push Swine Flu Vaccine On Reluctant Public (includes video) -

* ►November 9, 2009 - Is the swine flu shot as safe as regular vaccine? - NBC's Dr. Nancy Snyderman answers your questions about the H1N1 virus - MSNBC

* ►November 9, 2009 - Opinion: U.S. swine flu response dismal at best - Vaccine delays, priority breakdowns raise fears about a worse crisis ahead By Arthur Caplan, Ph.D. - commentary - MSNBC

* ►November 9, 2009 - Want to guess who’s paying for new vaccine development? - Welcome to the Renaissance - Health Sciences Institute

* ►November 6, 2009 - Desiree Jennings Update: Road to Recovery (includes video and audio) - Planet Thrive

►November 5, 2009 - SARS should've left us ready for H1N1 - The Hamilton Spectator

►November 4, 2009 - Cholera outbreak in northern Nigeria 'kills 20' - A fresh cholera outbreak has killed 20 people and left 200 others infected in northern Nigeria's Adamawa State in the past week, a senior health official said Wednesday. - AFP via Yahoo! News UK

►November 3, 2009 - Parents Debate Over H1N1 Vaccine - Local 12 WKRC Cincinnati

►November 3, 2009 - The Challenge of Getting Swine Flu Vaccine to Poor Nations - ScienceInsider

►November 2, 2009 - Suncoast doctor stands behind safety of H1N1 vaccine - WWSB ABC 7 Florida

* ►October 28, 2009 - Former Knox County Commissioner defreese argues against spending on flu shots - Knoxville News Sentinel - "Former Knox County Commissioner Victoria DeFreese is lobbying commissioners to stop spending $1.4 million in federal dollars on H1N1 vaccinations. DeFreese, seeking election in 2010 to the commission's South Knox County 9th District, sent an e-mail message to all commissioners and others with Web links and arguments why no one should be compelled to take the vaccine. One commissioner depicted the Web sites linked to as 'radical opinion' venues."

* ►October 28, 2009 - Senators Question US Response to Flu - Wall Street Journal - "In a letter sent Tuesday to Kathleen Sebelius, secretary of Health and Human Services, Sens. Joseph Lieberman (I., Conn.) and Susan Collins (R., Maine) praised the government's initial steps on the H1N1 swine flu, but said they now have 'strong concerns' about the fallout from faulty estimates for how much vaccine would be available."

* ►October 27, 2009 - Better think before getting H1N1 vaccine - letter - The Columbus Dispatch

* ►October 20, 2009 - A Vaccine for Urinary Tract Infections? Too Far! By Dr. Allan Spreen - - "It seems that the medical community has gone vaccine crazy! First Gardasil. Then the Shingles vaccine. Then the H1N1 vaccine. What‘s next? A vaccine for pimples? I sound paranoid, I know. But I‘ve got my guard up, especially after reading that researchers at the University of Michigan have been busy developing a vaccine to prevent urinary tract infections!"

►August 31, 2009 - Swine Flu and the Swine Flu Vaccine by Lynn Jennings, MD -

"What Every Parent and Pregnant Woman Should Know about the Flu Shot" at the Autism Society of America, Central Virginia Chapter Host: Sacred Spark - A Fight for Mercury-Free Vaccines  Friday, November 13, 2009  7:00pm - 9:00pm  Richmond, VA - Rev. Lisa K. Sykes will be presenting on issues related to the current flu shots, seasonal and swine, being targeted for pregnant women and young children.




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