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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

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Vaccine-related issues - Miscellaneous

March 1-7, 2004

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February 23-29, 2004

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February 16-22, 2004

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February 9-15, 2004

►February 15, 2004 - Putting your body to the test - From the moment a child is born there are tests and check-ups which can be done to monitor and maximise well-being. That doesn't always mean you need to see a doctor: some tests can be carried out at your local pharmacy. - Sunday Star Times via

►February 15, 2004 - Prescription drugs will work only if you take them - The Seattle Times

►February 16, 2004 - Nothing plain about it: High-tech medicine in a low-tech world - The Amish people are known for shunning technology. But because their closed community has high rates of genetic disorders, they sometimes find themselves tied to sophisticated medical science. - American Medical News

January 26 - February 8, 2004 (2 weeks combined due to illness)

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January 19-25, 2004

►January 22, 2004 - U.S. Urges WHO to Go Softly on Travel Alerts - Reuters Health

►January 20, 2004 - Life expectancy of Beijingers close to 80 years old - China View via Xinhua News Agency

Is it safe to be vaccinated during pregnancy? - American Academy of Pediatrics via American Baby Magazine

January 12-18, 2004

►January 17, 2004 - Women of World War II knew how to persevere - Contra Costa Times - "Children's health problems were always close to the surface. When our oldest started school in first grade, she brought home measles, whooping cough and mumps. The shortage of doctors was acute, since most had been drafted into the service."

Mass Vaccination Clinics - California Distance Learning Health Network - Thursday, March 18, 2004

January 5-11, 2004

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December 29, 2003 - January 4, 2004

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