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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 2012-07-09

sandys websiteMoral decay at GSK reaps record US$3 billion fine – The Lancet Medical Journal by The Refusers

Big Food corporations hijack the organic food supply – NY Times by The Refusers

A doctor's new career prescription: Frozen yogurt at the Shore - "Bonnie Offit's medical schooling didn't deal much with the condition known as midlife crisis. After all, she was studying to be a pediatrician; her patients would be a long way from tiring of life's routine."

As American As Snow White's Apple Pie: 22 Vaccines by 6 Months - You can count 22 vaccines by 6 months of age even without the vaccines with the sliding schedule from 6 to 18 months. Twenty two government mandated, no liability for the doctor or the pharmaceutical company in case of adverse reaction, intentional alterations to your baby's immune system before she is ready for solid food.  The current schedule is hardly delicious.... it's rotten. - Age of Autism

Only Bad Mommies Want their Kids to Have Chicken Pox.

Enough is Enough by Melissa Christopher
- Age of Autism

FLU NEWS SCAN: Southern Hemisphere activity, synthetic protein looks promising, H1N1 vaccine uptake

Queensland doctors endangering patients by not having flu vaccinations (video) -
DOCTORS are accused of risking patients' lives b  refusing to have flu jabs and could be forced to reveal their immunisation history.

Tension Increases - Federal Judge Orders CDC to Produce Secret Documents... - The CDC Has Known All Along How Dangerous Vaccines Are - And Has Covered It Up... (Part Six) Opinion by Consumer Advocate  Tim Bolen

'Flab jab' could provide obesity breakthrough - An obesity vaccine has been developed that uses the immune system to keep the body slim

Here is the single biggest clue to why allergy and why now by Heather Fraser

Vaccine and antibiotics stabilized so refrigeration is not needed - NIH study Could pave way for development of enhanced delivery and storage in third world, save billions in cost

Physician Insights: HPV Indications (video) - We caught up with leading experts and attendees during the 2011 Infectious Diseases in Children Symposium in New York to discuss the new indication of the HPV vaccination. Watch the video to see how it has affected the approach to HPV vaccination in boys.

CA Bill Restricting Personal Belief Vaccine Exemption Heats Up by Dawn Richardson

Lyme disease vaccines deserve a second look

wvfreedomvaccines (video)

Merck revives effort to sell 6-year-old shingles vaccine

Psoriasis, arthritis not linked to shingles

Polio vaccination programmes not reaching enough children in Afghanistan and Pakistan

Researchers May Have Found The Secret to Fight Off The Flu

Big Pharma criminality no longer a conspiracy theory: Bribery, fraud, price fixing now a matter of public record

Next Vaccine Webinar July 29th 7PM CDT Vaccine Choice  at the Eisenstein Clinics

Irresponsible claims about vaccine safety? Questions for Sir Liam Donaldson and Prof Lewis Wolpert.
by Stone John, UK Editor, London N22 - journal article (BMJ)

Vaccine programmes must consider their effect on general resistance by Jackie Fletcher, National Coordinator/Founder JABS, Warrington, UK - journal article (BMJ)

Lawmakers Knew of Bird Flu Vaccine Plant Irregularities

Vaccine clinics prepare international travelers

Re: Vaccine programmes must consider their effect on general resistance by F Edward Yazbak MD, FAAP, Pediatrician TL Autism Research, Falmouth, Massachusetts 02540
- journal article (BMJ)

Vaccine programmes must consider their effect on general resistance by Stone John, UK Editor, London N22 -
journal article (BMJ)

Injuries caused by vaccines

Soon, jab to ward off flu before it gets you sick

Protein Rallies Immune System Against Flu

Many students still in need of immunizations

New man-made vaccine fights off the flu in just two hours

Shingles Vaccine Still Contraindicated for Arthritis Patients But Could That Change?

Vaccine programmes must consider their effect on general resistance by Scheibner (PhD) Dr Viera, scientist/author retired n/a, Blackheath, Australia - journal article (BMJ)

Herpes zoster incidence did not increase among those who received the vaccine

Novavax Presents Preclinical and Clinical Findings for its RSV Vaccine - Novavax, the biopharmaceutical company that develops vaccines for a range of diseases, announced that its Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, Gregory Glenn, M.D., presented the findings of the preclinical and clinical study for Novavax’s respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) vaccine development program at the first conference on Modern Vaccines Adjuvants and Delivery Systems at Copenhagen in Denmark.

Travel clinics dispense vaccines, advice

Hove mother urges measles vaccinations (video)

Parents urged to vaccinate their kids

Cathlamet clinic offering free whooping cough vaccines to qualified patients

University of Louisville study dispels concerns about drive-thru flu clinics

Innate immune system protein provides a new target in war against bacterial infections

Guest post: be wary of legislation to have the foxes guard the health care hen house.

Outbreak of undiagnosed illness continues in Cambodia

Deadly new infection hits native communities: Researchers

Woman Sues Pfizer For Alleged Injury In A Trial by Ed Silverman - Pharmalot

Lilly Gets Exclusivity Extension for Cymbalta

Spain's San Jose to miss Olympics with chickenpox

A doctor for the Spanish team, Jorgue Guillen, says players had undergone medical tests to determine if further measures needed to be taken although "many of the players have already been vaccinated."
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What's Next In Vaccines (Malaria, Diabetes, Alzheimer's, Allergies and 30 ...

Table 4-17: World EBV Vaccine Market 2011-2021. Table 4-18: World ETEC Vaccine Market 2011-2021. Table 4-19: World Heart Attack Vaccine Market 2011-2021. Table 4-20: World H. Pylori Vaccine Market 2011-2021. Table 4-21: World Hepatitis C & E ...
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A Call for Baby Boomers to Undergo Testing for Hepatitis C, a Once Lethal ...

Effective vaccines are available for both hepatitis A and B, though not for C. All infants routinely are vaccinated against hepatitis B and children up to age 18 who were not vaccinated as infants should be, as recommended by the CDC. Adults exposed to ...
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Parents seek more exemptions for vaccinations

Another parent, James Fick, had singled out requiring a pre-school vaccine for hepatitis B, an infectious inflammatory disease that infects the liver. "Hepatitis B is a sexually transmitted disease," said Fick, an optometrist who practices in ...
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48 Cases of Polio Recorded in Niger, Others in 2012

A total of 48 cases of Wild Polio Virus (WPV) have been recorded in 10 States since the beginning of the year 2012 with Kano, Jigawa, Bauchi, Borno, Yobe, Sokoto, Zamfara, Kaduna, Katsina and Niger as the affected States. Niger State governor ...
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Be Aware of Viral Meningitis This Summer Says Charity

Charity remind us to look out for symptoms of Viral Meningitis this summer. Cases peak during the summer and can hit anyone, of any age.
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Ventnor Blog (blog)

First it was smallpox, now tropical infection poised to become second human ...

Cases of Guinea worm disease have fallen by 99 per cent from 3.5million cases in 1986 to 1060 in 2011, according to the Carter Center in Georgia.
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Daily Mail

Cambodian Children's Deaths Linked to Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease

Although no vaccine or specific treatment exists, the disease is typically mild and most children recover in 7 to 10 days without medical treatment, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The CDC notes also that children ...
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A Sibling's Love and Demands – AGE OF AUTISM - AnneDachel ...

My Brother is 20 years old. He lives in a residential facility. When he was born, he was born without a swallow and a suck. He came home when he was 4 ...

Insufficient doses of vaccines hinders elimination of polio in Pakistan and ...

Too few children have received sufficient doses of vaccine to wipe out polio in Pakistan and Afghanistan, two of only three countries in the world where endemic polio has yet to be eliminated, according to new research published Online First in The ...
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HPV Vaccine Reducing Infections, Even Among Unvaccinated: Study

Dr. Walter Orenstein, a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics' committee on infectious diseases and associate director of the Emory Vaccine Center in ...

HPV Vaccine Effective, Vaccination Offers Herd Immunity [Study]

The HPV vaccine has been effective in lowering rates of human papillomavirus (HPV) after the vaccination was licensed for use in the United States.
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Intravenous immunoglobulin treatment of the post-polio syndrome: sustained ...

Intravenous immunoglobulin treatment of the post-polio syndrome: sustained effects on quality of life variables and cytokine expression after one year follow up - up-to-the-minute news and headlines. 7thSpace is a online portal covering topics such as ...
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Angola makes stride in polio fight

The Southern African country Angola is making great strides in the fight against polio. The country has gone 12 months without reporting a case of polio. Previously declared polio-free, the Angola had been re-infected due to an importation from ...
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AIDS spread drops in Ondo, Pate explains polio outbreak

AS Nigeria remains the only country with recurring outbreak of Wild Polio Virus (WPV), recording 52 cases in first half of this year alone, Minister of State for Health, Dr. Muhammad Ali Pate, has linked the development to inadequacy of coverage due to ...
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Minister of Health Commends Kebbi Govt's Efforts On Polio Eradication Campaign

The Minister of Health, Prof. Onyebuchi Chukwu, has commended the Kebbi Government for its efforts that ensured that the state was free of polio from June 2011 to June 2012. Prof Onyebuchi, who was represented by Prof. Emmanuel Abanida, the Director ...
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Shettima Urges Decisive Step Against Polio

Maiduguri — Governor Kashim Shettima of Borno State yesterday said the nation cannot but take decisive step to kick out poliomyelitis from the country as it has become an eyesore for the name of Nigeria to be mention as one of the three countries on ...
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Meningitis survivor hands in petition to Number 10

Read the latest Anglia stories, Meningitis survivor hands in petition to Number 10 on ITV News, videos, stories and all the latest Anglia news.
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ITV News

Officials search for more clues in disease killing Cambodian children

Outbreaks of the enterovirus "occur periodically in the Asia-Pacific region," according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Brunei had its first major outbreak in 2006. China had an outbreak in 2008. Discovery in Cambodia ...
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HPV Vaccine Protects Even Those Who Skip It

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, rates were only around 49 percent for the first out of three required doses. Additionally, while the current HPV vaccine shows effectiveness in reducing the prevalence of the four most ...
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Public Invited to Attend Interagency Autism ... - Age of Autism

The United States government Department of Health and Human Services cordially invites you to participate/listen via webcast and/or attend this public ...

Shingles, chickenpox and pain

Q: Why does shingles cause far more pain than chickenpox?
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Shettima Urges Decisive Step against Polio

The governor said he would not take it kindly with any council chairman who does not take the fight against polio seriously. He said Borno as one of the states with instances of the disease, needs to get serious with the battle to combat it, as “it ...
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The fight against polio

The recent announcement of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government's commitment of 35 million rupees to strengthen union councils in their fight against polio is yet another sign that Pakistan is ente ...
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The News International

Immunisation target hits day five

Immunisation target hits day five - Sunlive - The Bay's News First.
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Help the Canterbury Health System help you

Winter illness has hit Canterbury's fragile health system hard and Cantabrians are reminded to phone their General Practice Team if they're unwell and to get immunised against flu to avoid getting sick.
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Health District warns of Pertussis outbreak

The Bell County Public Health District is alerting parents to be on the look out for signs of Pertussis, a highly contagious bacterial disease that can prove fatal among children below the age of 1, according to Lacey Sanders, Disease Surveillance/SNS ...
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HPV vaccine reduces infection even in unvaccinated

The HPV vaccine not only has resulted in a decrease in human papillomavirus infection in immunized teens but also in teens who were not immunized.

Gynecology phobia a dangerous trend

Australian women now have another way of combating cervical cancer in the form of the HPV vaccine. The vaccine protects against the cancer-related HPV types 16 and 18 and also against types 6 and 11 which cause genital warts. Thanks to the vaccine we ...
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HPV vaccine reduces infection, even in unvaccinated

The HPV vaccine not only has resulted in a decrease in human papillomavirus infection in immunized teens but also in teens who were not immunized. The study is believed to be the first to show a substantial decrease in HPV infection in a community ...
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Even If Your Doctor Diagnosed You - Odds are, You Never Really Had This Illness

Within a few months, claims totaling $1.3 billion had been filed by victims who were permanently disabled from the vaccine, and more people died from the vaccine than from the virus itself. The 2005 bird flu hoax: Headlines .... The only reason they ...
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Jabs get credit for wellness

The MidCentral District Health Board region has reached the Government's target of having 95 per cent of 2-year-olds fully immunised, something it says is responsible for a drop in the number of children visiting the emergency department.
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Babies able to get immunised earlier

Newborn babies can start receiving immunisations sooner, under new government policy that will ensure babies are enrolled with a GP straight after birth rather than waiting until their first doctor's appointment.
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Ulema's role termed key in anti-polio drive

MUZAFFARGARH - DCO Tahir Khurshid Chaudhry has said that Ulema can play key role in dispelling the misconception about polio drops among masses. The Ulema should motivate the public to administer anti-polio drops to their kids up to five years of ...
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Students hold polio awareness rally in Mansehra

MANSEHRA, July 8: The students of various schools on Sunday took out a polio awareness rally in Oghi. The rally culminated at Charbagh rural health centre after students, who were holing banners and placards inscribed with slogans, marched through ...
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Investing in primary care will save millions of dollars

Long before anyone even thought about making millions of dollars of profit from sick people or from the fear of getting sick, the United States (and the world) had a problem with smallpox.
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HPV Vaccine Loss $32000 After Fridge Fails

She stressed that the wastage will not impact the city's HPV vaccination program. An estimated 5700 girls will be vaccinated in Hamilton this year, the same ...

Anti-polio drive in rural areas from July 16

Around 116000 children below five years of age would be immunised during the upcoming polio campaign. Deputy Commissioner Islamabad Amir Ali Ahmad said that special arrangements have been made to achieve the target and all resources would be ...
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Waitemata DHB achieves immunisation target

The World Health Organisation regards immunisation as a proven way of controlling and eliminating life-threatening infectious diseases, estimating that it prevents between two and three million deaths worldwide each year. In countries where ...
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Sturridge set for fitness assessment ahead of Olympics

Sturridge contracted viral meningitis last week, and although less serious than some other forms of the disease, it remains to be seen whether the 22-year-old will be able to regain full fitness in time for the games. Don't Miss. Bender: BVB has bought ...
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Cricketer Afridi joins campaign to fight polio in Pakistan

Cricketer Afridi joins campaign to fight polio in Pakistan.
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Afridi braces for a sixer against polio

Islamabad Cricketing superstar Shahid Afridi had the title of 'polio celebrity champion' added to his star-studded profile at a glitzy ceremony that witnessed formalisatio ...
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