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Starting in July 2018, Vaccination News will no longer be manually updating the news because I can no longer afford to do it and I get almost no financial help.  I have tried numerous solutions, including charging $10/yr but even that was too much for but a few people.

To see what the news will look like, scroll down the page to the RSS feed articles.

I welcome the opportunity to continue as before by receiving the necessary funding, so am giving everyone enough of heads up to possibly come up with it.  Costs, including legal and technical fees, are about $20,000/year, most of which I have been covering for many years.

All the best,

Sandy Gottstein

President, Vaccination News, A Non-Profit Corporation

November 16, 2003

November  16, 2003                 

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New infection emerges from immunization - New York's list of communicable diseases continues to grow, as new infections find ways to thwart human immune systems and public health experts hone their methods of identifying and tracking dangerous illnesses. - Troy Record

Some S. Florida pediatricians stop flu vaccinations despite CDC's advice - - "Exactly opposite of a national trend, some pediatricians in South Florida have stopped giving flu shots to children, partly because they say insurers don't pay enough."

Fluzone® Package Insert-  2003-2004 Formula (pdf) -


Flu shots: Taking sting out of myths - Los Angeles Times via The Seattle Times

Researchers develop synthetic vaccine against pneumonia, meningitis - AFP via

Take care when disposing of needles  - Ventura County Star


M.I.N.D. Institute Vaccine-Autism RFP - U.C. Davis, M.I.N.D. Institute - "This award supports studies that examine potential relationships between vaccines and vaccine products and the etiology of autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders, and address the core issue of whether childhood vaccinations may cause autism or other neurodevelopmental disorders...The M.I.N.D. Institute Research Program is avidly investigating potential links between vaccines and autism."


How doctors turned Julie into a twitching, bloated wreck - Telegraph, UK - "Julie Eldred used to have a good job, a long-term boyfriend and her own home. That was 17 years ago. Since then she has been reduced to a twitching, bloated, semi-catatonic wreck by prescription drugs, which numerous experts now say she should never have been given...What Julie, now 43, actually has is Asperger's syndrome, a relatively mild form of autism that in her case was so slight that she was able to live the first 26 years of her life with few problems."


Study uses mobile technology to try to connect with autistic - The Ledger


500 Sickened in Outbreak of Hepatitis Tied to Food - The New York Times - "Three people infected with the virus have died, and thousands have lined up for inoculations since the outbreak was reported in early November among people who ate at a Chi-Chi's Mexican restaurant."


Comment: According to the textbook Vaccines, Hepatitis A usually results in complete recovery.  What has happened to make the disease so deadly in this outbreak?

Hepatitis probe following pattern - Less serious outbreaks in Knoxville and Atlanta show the way for Beaver County investigators - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pennsylvania authorities expect more hepatitis A - AP via

Doctors fear devastating diabetes epidemic - The Tennessean

Feds to launch $10 million investigation of cell phones, wireless technologies - -

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