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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

Daily News 2012-09-03

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Vaccinations and Exemptions in Kindergarten School Year 2011-12 by F. Edward Yazbak MD, FAAP

UK to give pertussis vaccine to newborns? Autism and SIDS are on the package insert by The Refusers

Should You Vaccinate Your Child? – by The Refusers

Are we taking the easy way out by labeling vaccine questioners anti-science loonies? – Pharmawatch Canada
by The Refusers-

Age of Autism Weekly Wrap: Do MMR + Hg + SSPE = ASD? by Dan Olmsted- Age of Autism

The Government’s War on Parental Rights by Curt Linderman Sr. -

Find A Compassionate Doctor To Help You Prevent Vaccine Injuries 08-28-2012 NVIC (video)

Teen immunization rates a mixed bag; more to do to protect kids in our state

We’re “Anti-Vaxers” Because We Don’t Have a Choice by Jennifer Hutchinson - Vactruth

Health bosses are saying that newborns may now be vaccinated against whooping cough, following an increase in the number of diagnosed cases in England and Wales.

Big push to vaccinate health care workers

Gwent 'flu vaccinations second highest in Wales

Same vaccine, less ouch: Borgess is offering flu shots with a new 'mini needle'

Thousands of Sussex children not vaccinated

Nurse organization urges meningitis vaccinations

Forcing vaccines on nurses violates their basic rights

Rotavirus infection costing India around Rs 250 cr a year

2012-13 Flu Vaccine Guidance Updates Recommendations for Kids - Statement Also Addresses Febrile Seizures, Egg Allergy

Officials suspect measles at Ark. boarding school

NM officials: Teen vaccination rates up in 2011

Measles - a killer on the way back?

Vaccination frustration: Fewer options, longer waits for back-to-school shots

New vaccine to be part of infant immunisation - The much-awaited pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV) is likely to be included in the routine immunisation programme for free administration to children in their first year of life across Sindh in November, it emerged on Sunday.

Evidence Of The Importance Of Vaccines: Wasik And Murphy's Rabid

Govt. Advisors Rethink About Vaccination Extension Programme

Newborns may get whooping cough jab as cases treble to 3,500 in just one year - Six babies under three months have died this year

Flu shot season is here - Amid signs of bad outbreak, experts say get vaccinated early

CDC: Some Arizona vaccination rates higher than national average for teens

Jeff Johnson: New law makes vital vaccines easy to get

It’s never too late to vaccinate

You can soon get your flu shots

Letter: Vaccines have wiped out illnesses

Seniors May Receive Shingles Vaccine

Right on vaccines

More Kids Deemed Vax Exempt When State Makes it Easy

Whooping cough strain now immune to vaccine - THE bacteria that causes whooping cough has mutated, eroding the protection provided by the vaccine now given to children, scientists warned yesterday.

Whooping cough outbreak has west central Minn. paying attention - A national rise in the incidence of whooping cough has many local residents paying attention.

Vaccinations key to fighting whooping cough epidemic

Editorial: Disproving proven theories that led to injustice - Too often, cutting-edge scientific theories send people to prison only to turn out to have more holes than Swiss cheese.

Doctors told to quiz five-year-olds about abuse - Doctors should talk to children as young as five alone if they suspect they are at risk of neglect or abuse, under new guidance.

Rabies vaccine test expanded after W.Va. success

Oregano oil ad a 'health hazard,' B.C. health official says

Thalidomide inventors apologize for birth defects, 50 years later

CDC: Get flu shots early

According to the Centers for Disease Control, the answer is yes. The vaccine will give you full coverage for the entire flu season. In fact, the CDC recommends that people get their shots as soon as possible because the flu virus can't read a calendar ...
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Immunisation is key to development

Even in countries with over 80-90 per cent immunisation coverage, the challenge is equity. Children who are outside the vaccine protective shelter are often poor and marginalised. These children are vulnerable to diseases because of malnutrition, ...
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Health Warning Issued After 2 SF State Students Contract Chickenpox

Related tags. Chickenpox, Health Warning, San Francisco State University, SFSU. SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Two students at San Francisco State University have been diagnosed with chickenpox, prompting officials to send a health warning to students.
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CBS Local

NWA Political agent seeks support in anti-polio immunization campaign

MIRANSHAH - Political Agency of North Waziristan Agency Siraj Ahmad Khan has assured the people that all resources are being used for development of the area and asked the tribes to help in immunization of children against polio disease. He was ...
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Nigeria reports 77 polio cases in first 8 months of 2012

According to a report in the Guardian Nigeria Monday, with five new cases of the Wild Polio Virus (WPV) reported last week, the number of confirmed outbreak in the country between January and August 2012 has hit 77. The Global Polio Eradication ...
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Health Calendar, click here

From 1-3 p.m. Wednesday, September 12 at the Steuben County Public Health & Nursing Services, County Office Building – G3 off D.S.S. Lobby, Bath. All clinics are by ... Bring records of previous immunizations to the clinics. Call the Steuben County ...
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Meningitis Trust urges vigilance

Every year 3,400 cases of bacterial meningitis are reported in the UK – leaving 10 per cent dead and 15 per cent of those who survive with severe after-effects such as brain damage, loss of hearing and sight and, where septicaemia has occurred, loss of ...
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Get the jab call after rise in mumps cases

Dr Kishore explained that those over the age of 40 would have been exposed to mumps naturally and had got lifelong immunity to the virus while those aged 15 and below will have received the MMR (measles, mumps and rubella) vaccine which offers 95 per ...
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Isle of Man Today

Whooping Cough in Newborns Trebles In 1 Year

The Department of Health on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) are trying to find the most effective way of dealing with the increased numbers, following evidence of over 3,500 cases this year alone. In 2012 so far, there have been 6 deaths of infants ...
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Traces of polio virus found in Hyderabad sewage lines

As reported by The Express Tribune on August 6, a total of 27 polio cases have been reported in Pakistan so far this year, with 13 of them from the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, six from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, three each from Sindh and Punjab and ...
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The Express Tribune

Meningitis alert after summer holidays

The risk of meningitis increases during the colder months as people spend more time indoors, closer to others; meaning germs are spread more easily. Fighting common infections like colds and flu weakens immune systems, leaving them more vulnerable to ...
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Lagos Alerts On Dangers of Cerebro-Spinal Meningitis

Lagos State government has alerted members of the public to the dangers of Cerebrospinal Meningitis (CSM) and also urged Lagosians to report any suspected case to the nearest public health facility. In a statement made available to LEADERSHIP, ...
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Memscap to spread MUMPS service in China

French MEMS manufacturing firm Memscap has teamed up with Hanking Group of China to increase its presence in the country through sales of MUMPS (Multi-User MEMS Processes). Shenyang-based Hanking Group, a mining and metal processing ...
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Back-to-school time means physicals and vaccinations

“Two doses of the vaccine for rotavirus is recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics prior to 8 months of age,” said Dr. Herschel Lessin, pediatrician and senior partner with the Children's Medical Group of Poughkeepsie. Lessin, the lead co ...
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TDH performs well across Government's Health Targets

Chief Executive Jim Green said the result reflected the hard work of the health board, GP clinics, Well Child providers, community outreach staff, and the national immunisation register team. "It's good we have met the target but in fact, the really ...
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Parents make it hard for DHB to meet targets

Parents in Marlborough and Nelson who refuse to immunise their children are making it difficult to keep diseases like whooping cough at bay, says a Nelson Marlborough District Health Board boss. Community-based service director Peter Burton said ...
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Govt to pay mothers for antenatal care, immunisation from subsidy funds

... in this regard is giving of cash rewards to mothers for attending ANC clinics, giving birth in a Primary Healthcare Centre (PHC) under the supervision of skilled birth attendants/midwives and for bringing forward their children for routine ...
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Chicken pox warning issued to SFSU students

In addition to students and faculty who were at San Francisco State possibly being infected with chicken pox, riders of the Muni 28 bus on Monday Aug. 27 through Wednesday Aug. 29 should also be wary. The disease can take 2-3 weeks to show signs.
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San Francisco Examiner

Hastings foreshore walk a polio fundraiser

UNABLE to go to Polio Australia's inaugural Walk with Me fundraiser at Federation Square or even complete the 4km walk, Fran Henke is doing it her way. The Hastings polio survivor will walk with her two dogs around Hastings foreshore at 11am this Sunday.
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Mornington Peninsula Leader

New vaccine to be part of infant immunisation

KARACHI, Sept 2: The much-awaited pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV) is likely to be included in the routine immunisation programme for free ...

Colorado's increase in whooping-cough cases has babies, moms reeling

Through early August, Colorado had 735 cases of the life-threatening cough — also called pertussis — compared with an average of 160 at the same point in recent years. The sharp rise, reflected nationally, is hitting Colorado infants the hardest.
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MSNBC must be controlled by the Iraqi Information Minister or just ...

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Canine Flu Suspected in Southeastern Pennsylvania

It's similar to our flu. You just don't feel well at all." The canine influenza virus, known among epidemiologists as H3N8, had been observed in horses for decades but in 2005 was identified as having jumped to dogs, according to the Centers for ...
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Health authority demands retraction about oil of oregano ad (Includes interview)

The Province reports the Fraser Health Authority in British Columbia is demanding Enerex Botanicals, a natural supplement company, publish a retraction to its ad claiming oil of oregano is an effective alternative to the whooping cough vaccine. There ...
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Teen immunization rates a mixed bag; more to do to protect kids in our state

Those goals include vaccinating 90 percent of teens with the vaccine that protects against chickenpox (varicella) and 80 percent coverage against whooping cough (pertussis), human papillomavirus (HPV), and meningococcal disease. The percentage of teens ...
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Doctors suggest getting flu vaccine early this year

News 5 did a little digging and according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there's going to be close to 150 million doses of flu vaccine for the 2012-2013 season. The signs are hard to miss, stores telling customers now is the perfect ...
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Boynton prepares for 'unpredictable' flu season

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimated last year that there were about half the number of flu cases as in previous years, making this year's numbers seem greater, Heath said. The vaccine will cover the two new human strains, but it ...
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Flu vaccine available Tuesday

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend an annual flu vaccine for everyone six months and older as the first and best way to protect against influenza. However, individuals are encouraged to check with their health care providers to ...
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Schoolgirls urged to take up HPV vaccine to protect against ...

Schoolgirls entering year eight this month are being urged to take up the HPV vaccine to help protect themselves against cervical cancer.

The Age of Autism Book

(He never got that second MMR on the advice of one Dr. Cave when he was hovering near autism and his parents got a waiver, perhaps dodging the autism bullet ...

September 3rd, 1956

FROM THE ARCHIVES: Polio was one of the most feared childhood diseases of the mid-20th century, as epidemics in Ireland followed each other regularly over a 15-year period before it was controlled by a newly-developed vaccine. This report appeared as ...
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UNICEF Partners Religious Schools To Fight Polio

To address the current upsurge of polio cases in Nigeria, UNICEF, with the support of the Centre for Diseases Control and Prevention (CDC), and partners, is set to join hands with Koranic school teachers in September. According to the UNICEF Chief of ...
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Leadership Newspapers

Polio cases hit 77 in eight months

WITH five new cases of the Wild Polio Virus (WPV) reported last week, the number of confirmed outbreak in the country between January and August 2012 has hit 77. As part of efforts to address the issue, stakeholders led by the National Primary Health ...
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Rotavirus infection costing India around Rs 250 cr a year

The research advocates a universal rotavirus vaccination programme and need for local manufacturers. ICMR is in the final stages of rotavirus vaccine trial, started two years ago. At $ 53.75, the average expenditure in India is at par with the range of ...
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SFSU health officials issue chicken pox advisory

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- San Francisco State University health officials have put out an advisory this weekend after two students were diagnosed with chicken pox. For students, the word is out about chicken pox on campus. "I just got an email and it ...
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Polio: Delta Strengthens

The Delta government says it has established and strengthened health facilities in its 25 Local Government Areas to ensure that the target of permanent eradication of polio disease in the state is attained. The measure, according to Dr Winful Gbubemi, ...
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Excellent presentation by Dr Andrew Wakefield at Vaccination ...

Excellent presentation by Dr Andrew Wakefield. Vaccination Debate ... Excellent presentation by Dr Andrew Wakefield by samh69 7 min æ 3 Vaccination Debate ...

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