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Immunization Legislation 2003 -

Parents and pediatricians react to immunization law -

Provocation poliomyelitis: vaccine associated paralytic poliomyelitis related to a rectal abscess in an infant  - journal article

Study Finds No Association Between Presence Of SV40 DNA And Lymphoma - Journal of the National Cancer Institute via

Commentary on the world of vaccines - by Randall Neustaedter, OMD - The Natural Health Newsletter

Why do parents decide against immunization? The effect of health beliefs and health professionals - journal article

Immunizations: A Second Opinion - by Stephen C. Marini, M.S., Ph.D., D.C. (1997) -

Vaccination Controversy: Safety and Side Effects -

Vaccinating Your Children -

Respiratory vaccine for infants is still a long way off - BMJ

Cases of whooping cough surge - King County says vaccine may wane at middle school age, aiding outbreak - Seattle PI

Don't neglect your shots - The New York Times via The International Herald Tribune

Effect of conjugate pneumococcal vaccine followed by polysaccharide pneumococcal vaccine on recurrent acute otitis media: a randomised study - journal article

2003 Adolescent and Child Immunization Schedule - CDC

A descriptive study of bottle-feeding opportunities in preterm infants - journal article

Autoimmune Pathogenesis of Autism - by Vijendra K. Singh, Ph.D. -

Autism and Autoimmune Disorders On the Rise -

Behavior on the autism spectrum -

Diagnose and Manage Autistic Children -

Controversies Concerning Vitamin K and the Newborn - journal article

Visual function in breast-fed term infants weaned to formula with or without long-chain polyunsaturates at 4 to 6 months: A randomized clinical trial - journal article

Measles infection in pregnancy - journal article

Day 100: lessons from SARS - BioMedNet

Death Sought for Animals in Monkeypox Case - The New York Times

More Effective Hepatitis B Treatment - Patients Treated With Pegylated Interferon Have More Complete Responses - WebMD

Researchers identify clotting protein which causes hepatitis B - Discovery offers 'new hope to patients by paving the way for future therapies that will change the course of hepatitis' -

Researchers use Hepatitis virus to treat sick mice - AP via

U.S. Approves New Once-a-Day AIDS Drug From Glaxo Rival - The New York Times

Adherence To Long-Term Therapies: Evidence For Action - WHO

Aid agency launches latest initiative to tackle diseases in the developing world - BMJ

Improving the management of chronic disease - BMJ

'Aussie doctors don't trust other doctors' -

Doctors see their privileges, prestige and pay crumble. -

NHS staff should inform patients of negligent acts - BMJ

US scientists back bill for free access to publicly funded science research - BMJ

Investigator bias and false positive findings in medical research - BioMedNet

Report calls for better evaluation of pharmcogenetic tests - BMJ

Drug industry, lobbyists bullied state into ignoring fake drug law -

Bayer sued in spy case Employee allegedly stole rivals' secrets -

Health effects of chemicals need closer scrutiny - BMJ

Bush Names AIDS Czar - CBS/AP

Long term use of combined HRT doubles cancer risk - BMJ

Studies cast further pall over breast cancer treatment - The Los Angeles Times via The Post-Gazette

Cohort study of hepatotoxicity associated with nimesulide and other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs - journal article

Diet Affects Asthma - Ivanhoe

Risk Factors for Childhood Asthma - Ivanhoe

BMJ Table of Contents, July 5, 2003

Schafer Autism Report July 3, 2003

Vaccine Table of Contents, July 28, 2003 -

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