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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.

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Sandy Gottstein

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Daily News 2012-07-07

HPV risks

Re: "HPV vaccine sup-porters aren't doctors of the soul," Bishop Fred Henry, Opinion, June 27, and "Trustees.
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Should I get Gardasil Yahoo Answers

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Boom Boom Afridi aims to wipe out polio in Pakistan

Afridi joined representatives of the national polio eradication initiative today from the Prime Minister's Monitoring and Coordination Cell for Polio Eradication, Rotary International, UNICEF and WHO to announce his commitment to help ensure that no ...
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News Tribe

Queensland doctors endangering patients by not having flu vaccinations

DOCTORS are accused of risking patients' lives by refusing to have flu jabs and could be forced to reveal their immunisation history.
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As mercury rises, W.Va. cooling centers opening

In 1885, French scientist Louis Pasteur tested an anti-rabies vaccine on 9-year-old Joseph Meister, who had been bitten by an infected dog; the boy did not ...

Whooping cough makes a comeback

The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation - whose recommendations apply across the UK - has been considering how to deal with the resurgence of whooping cough. One option is a booster dose in adolescence. Adam Finn, a professor of ...
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BBC News

'Prosperous' polio programme to stay beyond 2015

ISLAMABAD: One of the most prosperous health programmes of Pakistan— the Polio Eradication Initiative — is here to stay beyond 2015. And if the programme is here to stay, there are little chance ...
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SCIENCE Q & A: Why do shingles hurt so much?

A: Both chickenpox (formally varicella) and shingles (zoster) are caused by the varicella-zoster virus and affect the same set of nerves, said Dr. Lawrence R. Stanberry, chairman of pediatrics at NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital.
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Be meningitis wise this summer, charity warns

Following footballer Daniel Sturridge's diagnosis of viral meningitis, the Meningitis Research Foundation charity is warning people to be 'meningitis wise' this summer.
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Bedford Today

Whooping cough cases on the rise in eastern Iowa

The Iowa Department of Public Health reported Friday that 686 cases of whooping cough, or pertussis, have occurred there, compared with 232 in all of 2011 and 705 in the previous year. Nebraska has recorded 71 cases this year, up from 66 last year but ...
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Parents urged to vaccinate their kids

The Alabama Department of Public Health has released a statement reminding parents about state requirements for the tetanus-diphtheria-acellular pertussis (Tdap) vaccination. Alabama students 11 years of age or older entering the sixth grade, as well ...
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Polio eradication campaign

Peshawar—3-day Polio eradication campaign in 57 medium risk areas and 40 high risk areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province would start from July 9 and July 16 respectively. DCO Peshawar Muhammad Javed Marwat presiding over a meeting of polio ...
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Polio: Katsina, Kaduna, 8 Other States Endemic

The executive director of National Primary Health Care Development Agency, Dr Ado Jimada Mohammed, has disclosed that about ten states in the federation have endemic cases of poliomyelitis, even as.
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Leadership Newspapers

Hpv vaccine Mva E2 for men - Discussion - National Cervical Cancer ...

I have questions about the vaccine mva e2? Does it or good for men with hpv ( genital warts) ? Or any good ways cures or something to remove it or cure it.

Age of Autism - JABS Loonies

Age of Autism - you owe me a new irony meter... …as you appear to have blown up my last one with this rather splendid little snippet: As the back to school ...

Olympic health concerns – for the spectators

We will monitor all infectious diseases, but the main ones that will likely be an issue for us will be gastrointestinal diseases such as food poisoning and infectious diseases such as measles. There have been measles outbreaks in Europe and in UK in ...
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Scope (blog)

3 children die of measles in NWA

MIRANSHAH: Three children have died and dozens others have been hospitalised due to outbreak of measles in North Waziristan Agency, the doctors said on Friday.Agency Surgeon Dr Mohammad Sadiq sa ...
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GardasilHPV Vaccine Is It Safe Medical Videos Free Online Medical ...

Gardasil (HPV) Vaccine - Is It Safe Concerns Grow as Gardasil, the Cervical Cancer Vaccine, is Linked to Three Deaths.

City's Health Department Continues Close Eye On Whooping Cough Outbreak

Whooping cough, also known as pertussis, continues to be an issue in Greenfield and throughout the state.
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KP to prosecute parents opposing polio immunisation

PESHAWAR – The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government plans to prosecute parents who refuse to vaccinate their children against polio in the three-day immunisation campaign beginning July 9. It will cite them for violating the Maintenance of Public Order ...
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Polio immunisation: Children to be given essential nutrients

Polio Plus designed to give essential nutrients to children below the age of five along with the polio vaccine.
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The Express Tribune

Vaccine clinics prepare international travelers

He researches each destination using numerous sources, from the Centers for Disease Control to the various countries' state departments, or their equivalents. Then, he goes beyond what those websites offer. "A good travel medicine specialist will look ...
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Fumeurs, voudriez-vous vous faire vacciner contre l'addiction à la nicotine?

Les anticorps produits par le vaccin agiraient comme «des sortes de Pac-man qui nettoient le sang avant même que la nicotine puisse avoir le moindre effet biologique», explique le professeur Ronald Crystal, qui a dirigé les recherches. Problème, l ...
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Shema Threatens To Sanction LG Chairmen For Laxity In Polio Campaign

Gov. Ibrahim Shema of Katsina State has threatened to sack any local government caretaker committee chairman for laxity in the on-going campaign against polio.
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Polio immunisation: Action sought against negligent officials

District Coordination Officer Nasim Sadiq has directed the assistant commissioners and the executive district officer (health) to take action against several teachers, secretaries of union councils and revenue clerks found negligent in the last anti ...
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The Express Tribune

Meningitis Vaccine Is Being Developed From Common Cold Virus

A leading cause for meningitis and septicemia in the UK is meningococcus B (MenB) bacterium infection. Healthy children can become severely ill within just a few hours if they contract meningi.
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Health officials investigating 2 meningitis cases

Two potential cases of bacterial meningitis have been identified in Kittitas County.
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Immunisation event – Te Puke, Bay of Plenty

Immunisation event – Te Puke, Bay of Plenty. Media release from health minister Tony Ryall: Today is Day 5 of the Government's new immunisation health target: that by the end of 2014, 95% of all eight-month olds will be fully vaccinated. Health ...
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Global Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) Testing Market to Reach US$1.6 Billion by ...

The research report titled “Cytology and HPV Testing: A Global Strategic Business Report” announced by Global Industry Analysts Inc., provides a comprehensive industry overview, regulatory scenario, Reimbursement issues, market trends, HPV Vaccination, ...
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