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Re: Wakefield’s article linking MMR vaccine and autism was fraudulent BMJ Rapid Response by John Stone UK Editor AgeofAutism.com

Unvaccinated Children Suffer Fewer Infectious Diseases: Study - This study stated a conclusion absolving vaccinations of causing harm to children. But their conclusion doesn’t match their results! Worse, though, is that close inspection shows that the study was utterly inadequate. That they showed vaccinated children have more infectious diseases, though, is rather humorous.

Attn: Fed Govt CAN Vaccinate Your Children Without Your Consent – Trumps State Law

Why Do All Vaccine Advocates Refuse To Answer or Justify This Question?

Novel vaccine patch in development for use against ear infections

Top 5 Vaccine Companies by Revenue - 2012

Wary of Attack With Smallpox, U.S. Buys Up a Costly Drug

Connecting the dots between vaccines and hunger - Comic Relief started as a response to the 1984 famine in Ethiopia. Any solution to the persisting problem of global hunger must factor in immunisation

The Alex Jones Show: (Special Overdrive) Thursday, March 14 2013 (Commercial Free Audio)

GSK, Novartis swine-flu vaccines carry small risk of paralysis

Antivaxxers Using Billboards to Promote Their Dangerous Message

Texas Vaccine Bills Would Allow Pharmacists to Administer Vaccines for Children

Immune finding aids quest for vaccines to beat tropical infections - Scientists are a step closer to developing vaccines for a range of diseases that affect 200 million people, mainly in tropical south-east Asia, Africa and Central America.

Uninformed skepticism clouds safety of vaccines - Despite reams of science proving its safety, perception lingers over mercury

HPV Vaccinations: The Earlier The Better

NEWS SCAN: Coronavirus sequencing, rabies from organ transplant, animal antibiotic collaboration, New Jersey measles alert

Study: Novel strategy could lead to universal influenza vaccine that can provide long-lasting protection

CDC Seasonal Influenza (Flu) 2012-2013 Influenza Season Week 10 ending March 9, 2013

Outbreak Of Mumps Confirmed At Loyola University Maryland (video)

Loyola Medical Center, Maywood, Chicago, Illinois: Provide Appropriate Medical Testing and Medical Treatment for Alex Spourdalakis.

US flu markers show further signs of decline

Japanese P2 study shows potential of combined vaccine and steroid drug in castration-resistant PCa

A bright future for infectious disease research

Autoimmune disease: The Emerging American Epidemic - gaeta communications

Autoimmune Conditions/ Understanding Blood, Urine, and Hair Test Results - by Dr. Michael Gaeta

FDA Now Censoring Consumer Free Speech on the Internet

Meningitis charities merge to improve chances of fighting the disease

Meningitis UK will merge with Stroud-based Meningitis Trust to create a new charity next month. ​ Stevedayman. Steve Dayman. The move will create the UK's biggest meningitis charity bringing together expertise in research and prevention. A new name for ...
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This is Bristol

Compounding Pharmacists Face Changes

RELATED: Fungal Meningitis: Anatomy of an Outbreak. PHOTO: Clinical pharmacist Mary Eilers prepares a compound at St. John's Hospital in Springfield. Seth Perlman/AP Photo. Clinical pharmacist Mary Eilers prepares a... View Full Size. PHOTO: Clinical ...
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ABC News

FG begins mass immunisation of children against measles

The Federal Government on Thursday said it had begun mass immunisation of children against measles in the states, to prevent further deaths. The Minister of Health, Prof. Onyebuchi Chukwu, told newsmen in Abuja that the National Primary Healthcare ...
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Measles: 'Impossible to say' when outbreak will end

A GP believes it is "impossible to say" when a measles outbreak in south west Wales will be brought under control. Health officials confirmed 43 more cases have been reported in the Swansea area in the last week, taking the outbreak to 252 with 38 ...
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BBC News

One Case of Measles Confirmed in Somerset County

Measles is a very contagious viral illness spread through the air that can cause serious medical complications, according to a release from the department. A list of locations, dates and times have been provided for when anyone could have been exposed ...
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Suspicious Death, Measles Case Confirmed, Murderer's Sentencing Set Top ...

One Case of Measles Confirmed in Somerset County. The New Jersey Department of Health has confirmed one case of measles in Somerset County and is investigating two other reported cases of measles in people determined to be at locations in the area ...
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Seminole County confirms second case of measles

A 39-year-old Seminole County man is the second Central Florida resident within a month to have a confirmed case of measles, county health officials said today. The man is the husband of a 39-year-old woman who was diagnosed with measles in late ...
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NJ health department issues measles warning

TRENTON, N.J. — New Jersey's Health Department has issued a warning about measles after identifying a third person who may have exposed others to the contagious illness at Somerset Medical Center. Health officials say the person got the disease after ...
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New York Daily News

Gardasil: New Study Brings More Safety Questions to Light

In the interest of public health and safety, the FDA needs to rescind approval for Gardasil until satisfactory answers are provided to the four questions above. The time for poke and hope is long since passed. Medical consumers need proof this vaccine ...
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(AP) — Dr. Jacquelin Perry, a world-renowned orthopedic surgeon who pioneered treatments to help polio patients regain movement, has died at age 94 in California. Perry died Monday at her Downey home. Her death was announced by Rancho Los ...
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On the front line of the battle against polio in Africa

Only last month nine similar health workers delivering doses of polio vaccine in the north of the country were shot dead by Islamist gunman, possessed by the myth that western inoculation programmes are a ploy to sterilise Muslim men. But while the ...
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The Independent

Pioneering Polio Surgeon Jacquelin Perry Dies

Pioneering Polio Surgeon Jacquelin Perry Dies. DOWNEY, Calif. March 15, 2013 (AP). Dr. Jacquelin Perry, a world-renowned orthopedic surgeon who pioneered treatments to help polio patients regain movement, has died at age 94 in California. Perry died ...
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Uninformed skepticism clouds safety of vaccines

A woman receives a swine flu vaccine in the eastern German city of Dresden on ... that there is a link between exposure to ethyl mercury and autism.

Uninformed skepticism clouds safety of vaccines

When will all vaccines be mercury-free? A: In order for vaccines to be free of contamination, experts decided as far back as the 1930s to use ethyl mercury ...

GSK, Novartis swine-flu vaccines carry small risk of paralysis

Research Triangle Park, N.C. — Vaccines for the 2009 swine flu virus carry a small increased risk of a rare paralyzing disease, though the benefits of the shots far outweigh their risks, according to a study funded by the U.S. government. Swine-flu ...
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Meningitis Trust and Meningitis UK to merge

Two charities have announced plans to merge in April to create the "UK's biggest meningitis charity". The Stroud-based Meningitis Trust in Gloucestershire and Meningitis UK in Bristol have been working in partnership for the past four years. In a joint ...
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BBC News

Antivaxxers Take Their Dangerous Message to the Streets

Despite hugely overwhelming tsunami-level amounts of evidence showing no link between vaccines and autism, they still think there is one. They go on and on about “vaccine injuries”, yet actual severe side effects from vaccines are very rare, especially ...
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HPV Vaccinations: The Earlier The Better

HPV vaccination programs have been launched around the world in hopes of preventing cervical cancer and other HPV-related cancers. While incidence of genital warts is the earliest possible disease outcome to measure the efficacy of the HPV vaccine, the ...
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Free spay/neuter, vaccination clinic starts March 18

Posted: Friday, March 15, 2013 5:00 am. Free spay/neuter, vaccination clinic starts March 18 0 comments. A free spay/neuter and vaccination clinic for cats and dogs will be held March 18 through March 23 at the Old Alchesay High School gym in Whiteriver.
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'Lax' vets mean few Hendra vaccines

Another problem was the absence, as yet, of definitive data to address unfounded fears that the vaccine could have adverse side effects on pregnant mares, ...

Linda protects India's little ones from polio

Polio is a virus that attacks and destroys the nerve cells which control the body's muscles, and it can lead to paralysis or even death. The employment of thousands of booths like Linda's meant that 170 million children under five had access to the ...
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Hemel Gazette

Jonathan Re-affirms Commitment to Polio Eradication

“I promise you that we will continue to do our best because I do not want to hand over polio to the next administration,” President Jonathan told the delegation, which also included the first African President of Rotary International, Chief Jonathan ...
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NYSC Commences Immunisation of Corps Members Against CSM in Sokoto

Sokoto — Alhaji Abdu Taura, Sokoto State Coordinator of National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, Thursday, said the scheme had started the immunisation of 1,399 corps members of the batch "A" 2013, against Cerebro Spinal Meningitis, CSM. Taura spoke to ...
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Japan gives Nigeria N440m for immunisation

This includes effective interruption of transmission of Wild Polio Virus, through a strong routine immunisation system and intensive periodic supplementary immunisation activities.” Boyer said that for Nigeria to reduce under-five deaths, integrated ...
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Kids and Food Allergies: New Laws on Stocking All Public Schools with Meds

An allergy & autism Mom brought to my attention a FARE (Food Allergy Research and Education) e-newsletter item “Efforts to Equip Schools with Epinephrine Intensify”. The item is short, a mere three paragraphs long but the weary tale of disaster ...
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OurKidsASD Contest for Enhansa Curcumin or ASD Autism Spectrum Supplement

OurKidsASD Contest for Enhansa Curcumin or ASD Autism Spectrum Supplement. Enter to win Our friends at OurKidsASD have a contest for you. No Luck of the Irish Lee SIlsby needed, just leave a comment to enter and you can choose from one bottle of ...
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Measles: 43 new cases in south west Wales outbreak

As a measles outbreak in south west Wales intensifies, public health officials are warning it is only a matter of time before a child suffers serious health problems. There have been 252 cases in the Swansea and Neath Port Talbot areas since November.
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BBC News

Cases of measles soar as experts warn virus can leave children dead or brain ...

"They say that if children are not vaccinated against measles millions of children could die during a measles epidemic. They know this is nonsense. What they are using is examples taken from developing countries with poor nutrition and poor immune ...
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Daily Mail

Law overhauled after anti-vaccination case

Legal loopholes that allowed Australia's biggest anti vaccination group to escape sanctions for putting the public at risk have been fixed. In 2010 the Australian Vaccination Network was condemned by the Health Care Complaints Commission for promoting ...
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Mumps Virus Outbreak in Baltimore's Loyola University

The mumps virus used to be very common in the United States among infants, children, and young adults, but became rare after a widespread vaccination campaign for measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR). The MMR vaccine is one of the recommended ...
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Medical Daily

Outbreak Of Mumps Confirmed At Loyola University Maryland

Loyola University Maryland is reporting that more than a dozen students have contracted the mumps or may have a suspected case of the mumps. News of the outbreak has spread quickly across campus. “I've heard of a few instances on Facebook of some ...
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CBS Local

Jonathan Re-Affirms Commitment to Polio Eradication

President Goodluck Jonathan reiterated Thursday at the Presidential Villa that the Federal Government remains fully committed to achieving the total eradication of polio from Nigeria before the end of the tenure of the present administration in 2015 ...
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Polio Eradication - FCTA Vows to Deduct Councils' Money From Source

The Minister of State, Oloye Olajumoke Akinjide disclosed this Thursday in Abuja while playing host to the Minister of State, Health and the Chairman Presidential Task Force on Polio Dr. Muhammad Ali Pate, saying the outbreak of polio was as a result ...
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Barbara Walters Got Chicken Pox From Frank Langella

She fainted, fell and sustained a concussion at the British ambassador's residence in Washington, D.C. in January, and was later found to have been infected with chicken pox. Walters said that she had exchanged a New Year's kiss with a "well-known ...
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Pneumonia, meningitis vaccine here

All children below one year of age are to be immunised against pneumonia and meningitis to curb the two killer bacterial infections in the country, according to the latest plan by the health ministry. Pneumonia is one of the leading causes of death of ...
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Meningitis, trauma ruled out in death of girl, 6

CANTON- Investigators continue to wait for lab reports in the death of a 6-year-old Homeworth girl earlier this month, but have ruled out meningitis and trauma. Stark County Coroner's Investigator Rick Walters said Thursday that he has not yet received ...
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Wales measles outbreak fears

Health chiefs have warned that a growing measles outbreak could leave children unprotected by the MMR jab brain-damaged or dead. A total of 43 extra cases in the Swansea area of south Wales in the last week has seen the numbers affected rise to 252.
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Sequester spin: The White House's vaccine statistics

Rep. Andy Harris (R-Md.): “Let me get it straight. Under the president's cut of $58 million to the [Section] 317 program, you think you could get around that to avoid cutting vaccines to children, but under a sequester, that the president blames on ...
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Mumps outbreak hits Baltimore's Loyola University

BALTIMORE (AP) — Loyola University says more than a dozen students have come down with mumps or suspected mumps cases. University officials say the cases began in mid-February, and they are advising students on ways to avoid spreading the virus.
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Paediatricians call for free rotavirus vaccines for children

"Rotavirus is a highly infectious disease which can have a dangerous effect on infants and children," chair of the society's Infection and Immunisation Specialty Group Emma Best says. In acute cases, children can have diarrhoea up to 20 times a day ...
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Karachi: Polio drive in District Central from 25th

KARACHI: A three-day polio vaccination drive in District Central will begin on March 25 amid heightened security to administer oral drops to some 120,000 children, it was announced on Thursday. The decision was taken at a meeting of health and security ...
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The News International

Unicef polio unit clarifies news item

In the current security environment, feeding the western conspiracy rumours around polio can put polio workers in greater danger. The reporter relies entirely on quotes from unnamed official sources alleging that the government was not part of the ...
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Dr. Jacquelin Perry dies at 94; polio specialist

The country was in the grip of a polio epidemic in the 1950s when orthopedic surgeon Dr. Jacquelin Perry began performing spinal surgeries in Downey that helped paralyzed survivors of the disease regain mobility. When some of the same patients returned ...
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Reflections from a polio immunization team to Nigeria | Rotary Voices

Members of the National Immunization Days team to Nigeria and their hosts. ... what we have accomplished during our polio immunization team's trip to Nigeria.
blog.rotary.org/2013/03/12/rivkin/

Increasing HPV Vaccination Rates Among Youth — RPh on the Go ...

Increasing HPV Vaccination Rates Among Youth Today's youth are alarmingly not being vaccinated against HPV. Two common vaccines exist to combat the ...
blog.rphonthego.com/…/increasing-hpv-vaccination-rates-amo...

Why Your Preteen Should Get the HPV Vaccine - Palo Alto, CA Patch

A local pediatrician answers parents' commonly asked questions about the HPV vaccine.
paloalto.patch.com/…/why-your-preteen-should-get-the-hpv-v...

HPV–early vaccination maximizes effectiveness

Although the safety of HPV vaccine has been thoroughly vetted for safety in studies with large cohorts, the long time period (up to decades) from infection to a ...
www.skepticalraptor.com/…/hpv-early-vaccination-maximizes...

Flu vaccination reduced the risk of flu-related hospitalization.

A recent article in the online edition of the medical journal “Clinical Infectious Diseases” compared the reports that influenza vaccinations can be less effective in the elderly than previously thought with the evidence that the vaccines actually ...
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H1N1 flu vaccination associated with small excess risk of acquiring Guillain ...

The research, published Online First in The Lancet, aimed to establish whether the Influenza A (H1N1) monovalent inactivated vaccine – which was studied among 23 million vaccinated people in the USA in 2009 in the largest mass vaccination effort in ...
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Dachel Media Update: Teachers, Ava's Law, Flapping

"A consortium program at Lord Fairfax Community College is helping local teachers get a better understanding of the autism spectrum for their students. "'We try to teach the parents and the teachers how to effectively manage the kid's behaviors,' says ...
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Meningitis: Infections may show up long after tainted shots, CDC says

A laboratory technician packages cerebrospinal fluid of three confirmed meningitis cases to send to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta for further testing. / AP / File. Written by. Walter F. Roche Jr. The Tennessean. Filed ...
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Meningitis: FDA warns compounding pharmacy in SC

Calling the fungal meningitis outbreak “the most recent and most serious” such event in a decade, Clark-Lynn said the agency will also continue “to conduct for-cause inspections when we receive reports or complaints about serious adverse events related ...
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Warning over continued measles outbreak

“In severe cases measles can kill, as it spreads very easily and can affect anyone who is not protected. If you or your children are invited to attend a measles vaccination session, please make sure you attend to ensure you are fully protected against ...
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St Helens Today

Thirty eight hospitalised as measles cases in Swansea outbreak reaches 252

Dr Marion Lyons, director of health Protection for Public Health Wales, said: “We cannot emphasise enough that measles is an illness that can kill, or leave people with permanent complications including severe brain damage, and the only protection is ...
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Stark warning over measles outbreak

Children who have not been fully immunised against the potential killer disease face a life-long risk of catching measles. "Concerns are growing that it is just a matter of time before a child is left with serious and permanent complications such as ...
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NJ measles scare: Health department identifies third person suspected of ...

The New Jersey Department of Health has identified a third person suspected of having measles. This person, who the health department did not name, may have exposed others at Somerset Medical Center in Somerville, and the public at several locations in ...
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Mumps oubreak hits more than a dozen students at Baltimore's Loyola University

Baltimore's health department says 12 of the cases have been confirmed. The federal Centers for Disease Control says mumps was once common but has become rare because most are now vaccinated against the disease. Loyola says vaccination for the ...
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British Polio Fellowship opens its doors to the public for the first time

Mar 14, 2013 (Menafn - M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) --Leicester will be the latest place to benefit from the spirit of the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics, when The British Polio Fellowship stages its annual National Indoor Games at the Leicester ...
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Over 3 lakh children attended polio vaccination in Manipur

Official sources in Manipur State Family Welfare Department told Newmai News Network that a total of 3, 57, 910 children in the nine districts of Manipur were administered polio drops in the two rounds of vaccination under the IPPI programme on January ...
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Jonathan vows to stamp out polio before 2015

President Goodluck Jonathan yesterday reiterated the Federal Government's commitment to eradicate polio from the counrty before the end of 2015. He gave the assurance when a delegation from Rotary International, led by the Chairman of the Rotary ...
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The Nation

Global polio campaign aims to expand its reach at Abu Dhabi summit

Polio eradication and other vaccination campaigns have often worked in isolation, but more cooperation is needed to reach the neediest children, particularly those in high-conflict areas. “We're trying to get children protected against as many major ...
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Court orders to reinstate bin Laden polio campaign workers

ABBOTTABAD: The Peshawar High Court's Abbottabad bench has ordered to restore the services of 17 health workers terminated for their involvement in a fake polio vaccination campaign that helped the United States track down Osama bin Laden in ...
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DAWN.com

The US is stockpiling smallpox drugs in case of a biological attack

While smallpox has been eradicated in the wild, samples of the deadly virus still exist in the United States and Russia. Some biodefense experts fear that the continued existence of smallpox leaves the world open to a bioterrorist smallpox attack. To ...
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Gardasil Research versus Marketing - Hormones Matter

It has been 7 years since Gardasil hit the market. Researchers are asking: what does it mean to be 'one less' and is it worth the price?
www.hormonesmatter.com/gardasil-research-versus-marketing...

Japan gives Nigeria N440m to strengthen routine immunisation

The United Nations Children's Fund, UNICEF, and the government of Japan exchanged notes followed by a subsequent signing of an agreement between it and the Japan International Cooperation Agency, JICA, on Thursday in Abuja on the prevention of ...
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Plunket - Immunisation the best protection against influenza

Plunket - Immunisation the best protection against influenza. New Zealand's largest provider of services to support the well-being of children under five is encouraging New Zealanders to take up the government's offer of free influenza vaccinations.
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Immunisation the best protection against influenza - Plunket

New Zealand's largest provider of services to support the well-being of children under five is encouraging New Zealanders to take up the government's offer of free influenza vaccinations. "New Zealanders tend to underestimate what serious disease ...
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Voxy

Swine Flu Vaccine Linked To Rare Paralyzing Disease

A new study finds that the H1N1 (swine flu) vaccine in the U.S., which was given out in 2009, was associated with a small increased risk of developing the rare paralyzing disease Guillain-Barré syndrome. However, the authors note that the benefits of ...
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possible chickenpox in our school

I am not sure what I'm looking for but... We are non-vaxers, my dd is 6, goes to public school in PA and we have religious exemption. There is a "possible" case of chicken pox in our school. The nurse doesn't know if the case is real or not and they ...
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Minnesota revokes license of New England pharmacy tied to fungal meningitis ...

The Minnesota Board of Pharmacy has revoked the license of a New England pharmacy implicated in last year's multi-state outbreak of fungal meningitis. The license revocation was issued by the board on Wednesday, March 13, and resolves allegations that ...
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Health department to hold vaccination clinic on March 23

GREENSBORO — Guilford County Department of Public Health nurses will vaccinate children entering pre-kindergarten or kindergarten this fall on March 23. Nurses will give the vaccinations at Department of Health clinic locations at 1100 E. Wendover Av ...
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Eight die of measles, cough in Yobe

DEPUTY Governor of Yobe State, Alhaji Abubakar D. Aliyu, has explained that only eight children died of measles and whooping cough and not 87, while the 498 cases recorded in 14 council areas of the state are being treated at the various health centres ...
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Minister blames measles outbreak on parents' refusal to immunise children

“The measles outbreak is a manifestation of the refusal of parents to immunise children; for years we have been saying routine immunisation is very important; the federal government provided free vaccines and it has been working with the state ...
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Measles: 43 new cases in south west Wales outbreak

Health officials say 43 more measles cases have been reported in the Swansea area in the last week, taking the outbreak to 252 with 38 hospitalised. In total, 64 secondary and primary schools and nurseries across have been affected and Public Health ...
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More than a dozen cases of mumps suspected at Loyola

A dozen or more cases of mumps have been reported among Loyola University Maryland students over the past month, prompting officials to warn the campus community to be alert for signs of the rare virus. Confirmed and suspected cases were found in ...
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Gardasil New study brings more safety questions to light Health ...

Why were HPV-16 L1 DNA fragments detected in post mortem samples taken six months after Gardasil vaccination and not the other vaccine-relevant types?
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