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Misinformation and Its Correction: Airbrushing the Truth – Psychological Science in the Public Interest The Refusers

Dangerous Banned Vaccine Repackaged and Given New Name by Christina England - Vactruth

Advisory Council of Childhood Vaccines to the Department of Health and Human Services by Wayne Rohde - Age of Autism

Sanofi Pasteur Brings Fluzone® Intradermal Vaccine Coop De Quill VacciNation Tour To Seattle-area Walgreens To Raise Awareness About Importance Of Annual Flu Immunization And Vaccine Options For Adults

Health official pitches vaccine as flu season begins

Old Wounds and Righteous Indignation

Guess Who's Coming To America? Brian Deer To Speak in Wisconsin. Wakefield Press Conference First.

Bill Limits Ability to Skip Required Vaccinations [POLL] - Stricter controls over religious exemptions proposed

Hudson Valley officials issue measles alert

Whooping Cough: A Stealthy Illness

50 years ago: Harford begins polio vaccine push

Colorado Board of Health/Department of Health: Freedom of choice & informed consent for flu vaccination for HC workers

Why Oh Why Are People Still Afraid of Vaccines?

Mosquito virus could source new vaccines

Check Up: Phila. a leader in vaccinating girls

Student health center offers flu vaccinations

The Flu Crew: Med students provide vaccinations to community

Vaccinations can prevent potentially deadly flu, but some in Las Vegas skip shots

Validation (Instrumental) (video) - A compilation of science and professional statements regarding vaccines/toxins and their effects.

Toxic Vaccine? CBCD Sends Letter to FDA & CDC on Foreign DNA Fragments in Gardasil and MMR

New Mandate for Healthcare Workers — Get Vaccinated or Lose Your Job

Study Relates Swine Flu Vaccine with Sleeping Disorder in Children

The flu jab – should you get it? Flu season is approaching and sniffles - Flu season is approaching and sniffles, headaches and chills are all on the horizon. Do you take your chances or should you opt for a flu jab?  And can you get one on the NHS?

N.J. Senate bill aims to tighten religious exemptions on vaccinations

Age of Autism Weekly Wrap: Poison, Apples, Polio, and Popcorn by Age of Autism Weekly Wrap: Poison, Apples, Polio, and Popcorn by Dan Olmsted - Age of Autism

Legislation on N.J. vaccination exemptions advances - It would make clear what constitutes a valid reason. It now goes to Senate.

FDA Briefing Document Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee Meeting September 19, 2012
(pdf) Cell Lines Derived from Human Tumors for Vaccine Manufacture

Flu vaccine choices multiply this fall

Ethical Concerns on the Study

Flu who? Vaccination time again Fall means flu season -- don't spread disease

2 studies of child vaccine exemptions show gaps

Take a shot - Vaccine clinics open as flu season approaches

Receivers of flu vaccine more likely to catch H1N1 virus, new study finds

Mystery Illness Leaves Florida Girl Unable to Walk, Talk - "Thinking back to the soccer game, Tammy Skriver often wonders if something triggered her daughter's decline, which coincided with a new drug for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and some school vaccinations."

Flu outbreak timeframe related to ischemic heart disease events, death

And The Outlook For Pharma Is... Improving? by Ed Silverman - Pharmalot

Flu vaccine extended for children

He added: “Following a recommendation from Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) and advice from my officials, I have decided to extend the vaccine to all children aged between two to 17 years, free of charge. The target date is autumn ...
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Column : The miracle of routine immunisation

Providing routine immunisation to children in the first year of life is arguably the most basic service provided by the state to its citizens in the field of health. Yet our country manages to vaccinate only about 60% of its children with the full ...
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Sanford Researcher Leads Published Study on HPV Vaccine ...

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Quadrivalent HPV Vaccine Activity in US HIV-Positive Children 7 to 12

HIV-positive US children 7 to 12 years old had good responses to 3 or 4 doses of the quadrivalent human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine in a study by the ...
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Measles threat in eastern New York

Diseases and Illnesses · measles · MMR · immunization · Vaccines and Immunizations. Advertisement. Another vaccine preventable disease is creating alarm in the mid-Hudson valley. ... Students and staff who have not been immunized have been excluded ...
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American Academy of Pediatrics Warns Against Trampoline Use

American Academy of Pediatrics Warns Against Trampoline Use. By Darrin Jenkins on September 24th 2012. Trampoline. Courtesy Robertcsjodin Avero AB ...
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AnneDachel.com » Blog Archive » Age of Autism: Parents of vaccine ...

Wayne, thank you for your diligence. It's clear that ACCV is more bureaucracy. It's more of the pretense that there is oversight over vaccine safety. The whole ...
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Pro footballer kits out old club

York City's Matty Blair has donated a kit sporting Meningitis UK's logo to his former club to spread awareness of the deadly disease after it affected his young niece - the daughter of a Byker Grove actress. The midfielder, 23, has made the donation to ...
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UK has repackaged and introduced second banned vaccine

We understood that the Medi-Mumps vaccine is manufactured from the same stock and processed in the same way as Pavivac mumps vaccine. (emphasis added) The MHRA, acting on advice from an independent advisory committee, the Committee on ...
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Ministry of Health Investigates Cases of Pertussis in the Cayo District

Pertussis also known as Whooping Cough is a highly contagious disease caused by a bacterium. It causes episodes of violent and uncontrollable coughing which often makes it hard to breathe. Another sign is a deep “whooping” sound, often heard when the ...
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Whooping cough concerns rise in Montana community

A treatment of a person that is known to have pertussis and those that we profilax because we suspect that they've been exposed to pertussis, it's the same treatment," Flathead City-County Health Department Dirctor Joe Russell explained. Students who ...
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Hudson Valley officials issue measles alert after disease confirmed in New ...

NEW PALTZ, N.Y. — Health officials in the Hudson Valley have issued a measles alert after the disease was confirmed in a student at a private school in New Paltz. The measles case was reported by Dutchess County Health Commissioner Michael Caldwell ...
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Infant dies one hour after measles vaccine

“My son, who could suckle and was agile, started loitering immediately after Gauri Singh administered him measles vaccine and passed away after one hour on my lap,” lamented victim's mother Parma Saud. Infant had taken ill due to pneumonia one week ...
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Faculty member at Loyola's Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing wins ANA award

The national award is part of the Bringing Immunity to Every Community project, a partnership between ANA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to maximize nurses' roles in increasing vaccination rates and reducing incidence of diseases ...
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Record outbreak of whooping cough grows

In contrast, for 2012 through September 15, another vaccine preventable disease, chickenpox, has been reported in 8,062 patients. The Centers for Disease Control have received reports of 3,142 cases of illness due to the West Nile virus. There have ...
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Avoiding West Nile

A. It is assumed that an infection with the West Nile virus confers lifelong immunity, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, but the immunity may dwindle as the years pass. The disease is spread to humans mainly by the bite of ...
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Health official pitches vaccine as flu season begins

Tom Skinner, a spokesman for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said the agency does not have a forecast for how widespread or deadly this year's flu season may be; however, the agency does predict what kind of flu strains might be common ...
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Azad for tracking system to monitor health of school children

After successful implementation of software-based tracking system for gathering data on immunisation, Health Minister Ghulam Nabi Azad today mooted a similar system for monitoring the health of nearly 13 lakh school children in the country. Speaking at ...
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Russian Lab 'Not Behind Sheep Deaths'

In Kyrgyzstan, authorities in the southern region of Jalal-Abad were probing the deaths of 1,700 sheep, also following their vaccination for smallpox. Authorities have sealed off Jalal-Abad's Suzaq and Aksy districts to try and limit the chances of the ...
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Control of Detroit public health services set to transfer to private ...

DETROIT — Control of Detroit public health services is set to transfer from the city to a private, nonprofit institute next Monday. The Detroit News reports (http://bit.ly/VwFmV3 ), however, that City Council is seeking a temporary restraining order ...
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Health Calendar, click here

Clinics Immunizations clinic. The Steuben County Public Health Department will offer immunizations for children in need. • From 5-7 p.m. Wednesday at the Steuben County Public Health & Nursing Services, County Office Building – G3 off D.S.S. Lobby, Bath.
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Costs and benefits

Given in a series of three injections over six months, each dose now costs P3,500, a significant deduction from the P6,500 per dose when the vaccine was introduced. But still, at over P10,000 for the full series, the HPV vaccine is still prohibitive ...
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Check Up: Phila. a leader in vaccinating girls

In the City of Brotherly Love last year, 75.9 percent of females aged 13 to 17 had received at least one shot of Merck's Gardasil or GlaxoSmithKline's Cervarix, and almost half had received all three shots, according to new government data. Philly's ...
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Flu Clinic To Be held at Cultural Arts Center

The Middlesex County Office of Health Services will be holding it's 2012-2013 Seasonal Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccination Program throughout the county, including in East Brunswick at the Community Arts Center on Oct. 2. “Middlesex County is ...
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Teenager and baby with Pertussis

my 14 year old and 1 year old have pertussis. The 14 year old was the only one tested and that was positive. However, the 1 year old has the same symptoms etc. The teen was vaccinated as a baby. The baby has not been. My question is (perhaps this is ...
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Case of whooping cough reported in Upper St. Clair School District

Pertussis, or whooping cough, is a highly contagious bacterial infection caused by the Bordetalla pertussis or Bordetalla parapertussis bacteria. It causes severe episodes of coughing which may make breathing difficult, result in vomiting, and produce ...
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Is it likely to get genital warts after taking gardasil? - Yahoo ...

I took all of my gardasil shots when I was 14/15. I am 18 now and I have developed genital warts. I do not believe it's herpes because it is flesh colored, and ...
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Guess Who's Coming To America? Brian Deer To Speak in Wisconsin ...

Brian Deer – a liar, fraud, and former reporter for The Sunday Times of London – is coming to the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse October 4 and 5 to lecture you about Dr. Andrew Wakefield and the MMR vaccine. On Oct. 4 Deer's lecture is “An Elaborate ...
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Vaccine Blamed In Thousands Of Uzbek, Kyrgyz Sheep Deaths

Uzbek farmers and officials say thousands of sheep died in the Qashqadariyo, Samarkand, and Jizakh regions after allegedly receiving a tainted smallpox vaccine. Meanwhile, in Kyrgyzstan, authorities in the southern region of Jalal-Abad are probing the ...
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RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty

It's time to think about flu shots

It's that time of year when public health authorities start nagging you to get the flu shot. And you should. Immunization against the flu not only protects the person who got the shot, it also helps to prevent epidemics and even pandemics, like the ...
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Advisory Council of Childhood Vaccines to the Department of Health and Human ...

Last month I talked about the horrendous injuries of Gardasil and how the Vaccine Court was handling those petitions for compensation. That has not improved, just more petitions filed and more of them being dismissed. A couple of them were awarded ...
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Be 'meningitiswise' local woman urges

Queen's University student, Stephanie Annett from Lisburn had meningitis when she was 16. “I felt really ill but no one knew what was wrong at first,” she explained. “Thankfully I got the treatment I needed just in time. I was able to continue my ...
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Ulster Star

Firefighters' fund-raiser for brave Colne meningitis tot Louie

Published on Sunday 23 September 2012 12:30. FIREFIGHTERS from Colne cleaned lots of cars to raise cash for their own Fire Fighters Charity and Colne youngster Louie Jenkins. Louie, who is two, lost his legs and some fingers after suffering meningitis.
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Pendle Today

Pertussis is especially serious in infants

FAIRBANKS — Cases of pertussis, also called “whooping cough,” have been on the rise both nationally and in Alaska. Washington state now considers the outbreak an epidemic, with thousands of cases reported. So far this year, Alaska has seen more than ...
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'National measles campaign most successful in Zambia's history'

PART of the crowd that turned up to have their children vaccinated against measles during the National Measles Campaign exercise at Chawama Health Centre in Lusaka. - Picture by CHANDA MWENYA. By CLAVER MUTINTA GOVERNMENT has ...
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Zambia Daily Mail

Hudson Valley officials issue measles alert

The measles case was reported by Dutchess County Health Commissioner Michael Caldwell in a press release. He said a number of students at the Mountain Laurel Waldorf School haven't been vaccinated for measles. He said anyone who visited the school ...
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Life Care Planning and Autism AGE OF AUTISM

Tuesday on VoiceAmerica www.health.voiceamerica.com 9 am Pacific / 12 noon Eastern A BEACON OF LIGHT AND HOPE FOR LIFE CARE PLANNING: Dr. Mary Joann Lang ...
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High-dose flu shots offered today by Health District

The Abilene-Taylor County Public Health District plans to offer regular and high-dose flu vaccinations from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today. Current U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations are that everyone age 6 months or older should ...
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Healthy Memphis: Virus that causes chickenpox causes shingles; protect ...

The virus — varicella herpes zoster — is the same virus that causes chickenpox, the skin rash so common among school-age children. The herpes zoster virus is never cured. Instead, the virus remains dormant in the nerve roots near your spinal cord.
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Whooping Cough: A Stealthy Illness

Most people weather it without ever going to the doctor. Pertussis is highly contagious, spreading from person to person through coughs and sneezes. If someone with the infection comes in contact with an unprotected infant, the result can be catastrophic.
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New York Times (blog)

Measles outbreak on travellers' camp site

One child living on the site has been diagnosed with measles while two more young people living on the Hall Lane camp in Moses Gate are showing early signs of developing the illness. Bolton health chiefs were alerted by the Health Protection Agency of ...
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Measles reported in New Paltz elementary school

The current Ulster County measles case involves a child who attends a school where nearly half of the students are not vaccinated against measles. Although vaccination against measles is one of the required immunizations for school children in New York ...
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Gardasil CafeMom

I read that it only lasts 4-5 years. Is this true? Links please? Also, current. Apparently it was taken off the market for a.
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Early diagnosis of Hepatitis can prevent cancer: Expert

Hepatitis A, an acute infection is completely curable. For Hepatitis B effective vaccination/immunisation is available. There is no effective vaccine for hepatitis C hence prevention remains the best cure. Eighty per cent cure can be expected in ...
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Experts fear four polio cases in Tharparkar

Monday, September 24, 2012. From Print Edition. MIRPURKHAS: The WHO and the provincial health department rushed to a village in Tharparkar the area to collect samples as they feared at least four children have been apparently detected with polio virus.
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Two more polio cases reported in Karak, Bajaur

From Print Edition. PESHAWAR: Two more polio cases reported from Karak district in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Bajaur Agency were diagnosed on Sunday to raise the total number of polio cases to 35 this year. Both the kids were diagnosed with type-1 polio ...
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Katsina worst hit by polio as Nigeria records four new cases

IF nothing is done urgently Katsina State, which accounts for 40 per cent of Nigeria's Wild Polio Virus type one (WPV1), may export the virus to neighbouring countries, even as the country last week reported four new cases of polio. Meanwhile, as part ...
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Two more polio cases detected in KP, Fata

PESHAWAR, Sept 23: The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government devised a new strategy to focus on 'cluster of refusals' as two more polio cases were detected in the province and Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata) on Sunday. Mohammad Asad ...
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Anti-Meningitis Vaccination Campaign Starts in October

Anti-Meningitis Vaccination Campaign Starts in October. Khartoum - The Federal Ministry of Health announced that the vaccination campaign against meningitis type (A) will start in the period from 7- 19 of October. The campaign aims to vaccinate more ...
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New research exposes inequalities in HPV vaccine uptake myScience ...

18.09.2012 - New research shows that delivery of the national human papillomavirus (HPV) immunisation programme differs vastly across the UK, ...
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In brief: County health officials warn of measles case in New Paltz, more

County health officials warn of measles case in New Paltz. The Dutchess County Department of Health is advising residents to get a measles vaccination following a confirmed case in a New Paltz school. A student at the Mountain Laurel Waldorf School in ...
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Measles case confirmed in New Paltz

NEW PALTZ — The Dutchess County Department of Health is advising residents to get a measles vaccination following a confirmed case in a New Paltz school. A student at the Mountain Laurel Waldorf School in New Paltz contracted the highly contagious ...
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Officials issue measles alert for Hudson Valley

A measles alert has been issued for the Hudson Valley after an elementary school student in New Paltz was confirmed to have a case of the disease. Dutchess County Department of Health said that anyone who visited the Mountain Laurel Waldorf School ...
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Measles outbreak: Over 100 children infected in Kalam

The disease is spreading fast as there are not enough health facilities or doctors in the area, Ahmadin Siddiqui, a local journalist and social activist, told The Express Tribune. Dozens of children are being brought to local hospitals daily and ...
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The Express Tribune

Health officials recommend getting flu vaccine ASAP

“It's earlier than usual but the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) says to begin vaccinating as soon as the vaccine is delivered,” Bi-County's Director of Nursing Lisa Sorensen said. While thousands of people are expected to get their ...
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SMN Andrew Wakefield 1801 Find A Grave Memorial

U.S. Navy Casualties Books 17761941about Andrew Wakefield Name Andrew Wakefield Death Date 15 Jan 1801. Volume Title Navy Casualties Enemy Action Deaths ...
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Sanford Researcher Leads Published Study on HPV Vaccine ...

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Washington State's Tighter Vaccine Requirements Could Help Suppress Future ...

This past summer, Washington State experienced an outbreak of whooping cough — also known as pertussis — that the Centers for Disease Control determined to be the nation's worst epidemic in 50 years, pointing to the need to increase vaccination ...
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ThinkProgress

Today is Meningitis Awareness Day: Jessica Elkins' untimely death continues to ...

“This is huge for our family to know that you can walk in and receive the vaccine just like the flu vaccine,” Michelle said. ... vaccine.” To find out more, visit The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's meningitis page at www.cdc.gov ...
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