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Daily Vaccine News Posted August 23, 2011

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Merck-BMJ Double-speak Continues by John Stone - Age of Autism

A Day in the Life of An Autism Mom by L.J. Goes - Age of Autism

Governor Rick Perry's Gardasil ‘Mistake’ Cost Girls their Lives by Leslie Carol Botha - Age of Autism

NIH Issues New Conflict Of Interest Rules by Ed Silverman - Pharmalot

Glaxo HPV vaccine protects women from anal cancer

Rick Perry -- Big Pharma president? - NaturalNews

Many vaccines contain polysorbate 80 which can cause anaphylactic shock - NaturalNews

Concern at rise in mumps cases

Is "assortative mating" to blame for the rise of autism? - Could places like Silicon Valley be breeding a whole generation of kids with autism or Asperger's syndrome?

Making an Informed Vaccine Decision - Webinar

Comment:  Looks like "informed" means "pro".

Vaccine Ingredients: Non-Ionic Surfactants (Tween 80, Triton X-100, Nonoxynol-9) - VaccineTruth

I got the mumps. Weird. (video)

State of health of unvaccinated children - survey results -

Gardasil's adverse effects: the Institute of Medicine releases report August 25th 2011. - Gardasil Side Effects

Swine flu infections trigger narcolepsy, not vaccine, says study - Swine flu infections could trigger a rare sleeping disorder, according to research that contradicts previous fears that a vaccine to protect against the virus was to blame. - The Telegraph

Comment:  Wonder who paid for the study?  Guess we aren't as likely to find out given new NIH rules.

Review of Adverse Effects of Vaccines Type: Consensus Study Topics: Diseases, Public Health, Quality and Patient Safety, Children, Youth and Families, Biomedical and Health Research Boards: Board on Population Health and Public Health Practice

Committee to Review Adverse Effects of Vaccines Request for Input on Bibliography

Time Running Out for Tdap Vaccine GUSD is now notifying parents of 30-day extension for vaccination requirements.

HPV Vaccine Protects Against Anal Cancer in Women

Unique dinner-auction aims for vaccines, clean water for kids

Influenza Vaccine Widely Available Nationwide This Year, Report Says

Physicians remind parents to make sure their kids' vaccinations are updated

Infection control group emphasizes health worker flu vaccination

Video: Carlsbad Clinic Gives Kids Shots and Supplies

MinuteClinics: School vaccines, physicals

Despite trend, local schools OK on vaccinations

Latest Minnesota measles outbreak prompts reminders to vaccinate

Annual flu jabs well underway

Sri Lanka introduces mumps vaccine in national immunization programme

Avian influenza – situation in Cambodia - update 6

New vaccine rules in effect for students Students who received individual shots for measles, mumps and rubella, instead of the common three-in-one vaccine, will need a second mumps shot. Furthermore, some shots, such as the varicella (chicken pox) vaccination, may not be necessary if the student already has had the illness.

Kids' Hacking Is Seldom Whooping Cough, Study Finds For most children, respiratory symptoms don't indicate presence of the illness, researchers say

Adult Vaccinations Protect Children: Report But few get the recommended immunizations, experts say

Health Department Busy With Immunizations Many Unaware Whooping Cough Deadline Extended

State-provided flu shots in Brockton area to be cut in half Cities and towns ‘likely’ to get about half the doses of adult flu vaccine

Health Dept: Several Cases Of Mumps Reported

Back-To-School Vaccinations

Vaccination records keep kids out of classrooms (includes video)

Doctors encourage vaccinations check after Amtrak measles alert (includes video)

New genetically engineered vaccines target Rift Valley fever

Health officials investigate two cases of measles

Over 40 cases of rubella reported

UNICEF-supported mass vaccination campaign in Ethiopian refugee camp continues

Health tip: Using an antiviral for chickenpox

Kids Without Immunizations Turned Away From School  (includes video)

Recognize the importance of immunizations

A Closer Look at Rick Perry's Record as Governor A transcript of the weekend's program on FOX News Channel.

Spanish Flu and Risk of New Influenza Pandemics

Pertussis Infection Low in Children

La Mesa Middle School Less Than Halfway to Meeting Vaccination Law Parkway Middle School compliance at 83 percent, says district, with two weeks until deadline.

Diarrhoea outbreak claims 14 lives The diarrhoea outbreak has claimed the lives of 14 children in the country, a specialist in the Ministry of Health has said.

Measles came through town on train

Mumps in the Czech Republic

Anambra strike: Experts warn of impending epidemic

Auckland Still Combating Measles Outbreak

You vs. flu: 5 things you may not know

FDA Propaganda Attempts to Destroy the Dietary Supplement Industry

NIH releases best practices for combining qualitative and quantitative research

Second Annual National Drug Facts Week Begins Oct. 31st Awareness week for teens promotes scientific facts about drugs

HHS Tightens Financial Conflict of Interest Rules for Researchers Increased Reporting, Transparency to Ensure Scientific Objectivity and Integrity

Third meningitis case in North

Bristol parents warned to spot meningitis danger signs

What's Going Around: Influenza Dr. Michael Sty of Spring Creek Family Medicine says influenza is going around right now, but there are things you can do to prevent it.

Burkina Faso: Police Officers Put on Trial in Death of Student

Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV)  A parent's guide for infants and babies

Hepatitis C trial heats up in Las Vegas (includes video)

Probe links cases of hep C to clinic

'Hepatitis G' - an ignored virus that may trigger liver cancer

Patients Contact Hepatitis C from Contaminated Blood

Compulsory Vaccination Boosts Vaccine Production CHINA - Continued growth is forecast for the country's veterinary vaccine sector, particularly for pigs and poultry.

Research and Markets: China Animal Vaccine Industry Report, 2010-2011 - Recognition of Animal Epidemic Prevention and Control Leading to Future Demand for Self-Pay Vaccinations

New bill would hold VA employees responsible for unsafe practices Dentist’s bad habits may be the cause of infections in 3 veterans.

Unilife Develops Unifill® EZMix Multiple-Chamber Prefilled Syringes First Prefilled Safety Syringe for Lyophilized Drugs Requiring Reconstitution

On the trail of infectious disease

Phillipsburg man sues Easton Hospital, blood supplier over hepatitis B diagnosis

U.S. Women Using Dangerous Weight-Loss Pill 2 Years After Recall Pai You Guo supplement contains drugs banned in U.S. for increasing stroke, cancer, heart attack risk