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June 24, 2003

June 24, 2003              

   

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Letter to Demand a Congressional Investigation and Hearing on the Introduction of Simian Virus 40 (SV40), a Cancer-Causing Monkey Virus, into the American Population From Contaminated Polio Vaccines - by Raphaele Moreau-Horwin M.A., M.F.S. and  Michael Horwin, M.A., J.D. - www.ouralexander.org

'Poisonous' baby jab warning - Vaccines routinely given to babies by the NHS contain many more times the maximum level of mercury their mothers are advised it is safe to eat in fish, a BBC investigation has revealed. - BBC

Scientists claim direct link between MMR and autism - The Western Mail via http://icwales.icnetwork.co.uk

Mother fears tie between vaccine, autism - www.examiner.com

Military Smallpox Vaccine Program Deemed Safe - Side effects from 450,000 vaccinations were lower than expected, researchers conclude. - www.healthcentral.com

U.S. Studies Weigh Safety of Smallpox Vaccinations - Reuters Health via NIH

Smallpox Shots Linked to Heart Problem - The Herald Sun

Questions Mount Over Anthrax Shot - CBS News

Vaccine guidelines changing - The New York Times via The Houston Chronicle

N.H. Children Entering School Must Have Chicken Pox Vaccine - AP via naccho

Who's Getting a Flu Shot - USA Today via naccho

Some questions on immunisation - http://pqasb.pqarchiver.com

Immunizations: A Second Opinion - by Stephen C. Marini, M.S., Ph.D., D.C. - www.icpa4kids.com/ (1997)

Gianotti-Crosti syndrome following Japanese encephalitis vaccination. - journal article

Autism cases on the rise in South Dakota - www.bismarcktribune.com

Autism Cases in South Dakota - www.ksfy.com

Study: Canned Tuna Mercury Riskier than Previously Suspected; Pregnant Women, Young Children Warned to Avoid Albacore - Mercury Policy Project

Aluminum - www.wwns.com

CPS moves on child death cases - The evidence of two medical experts criticised after the Sally Clark appeal could be the subject of a Crown Prosecution Service review.  - BBC

Results Mixed for post-Lyme Disease Antibiotics - Reuters Health via NIH

FDA Commissioner Aims for Quicker Drug Reviews - Reuters

Consent for clinical research in the neonatal intensive care unit: a retrospective survey and a prospective study - journal article

Effects of Computerized Physician Order Entry and Clinical Decision Support Systems on Medication Safety - journal article

Medication Errors in Hospitalized Cardiovascular Patients - journal article

Factors associated with weaning in full term and preterm infants - journal article

Weaning preterm infants: a randomised controlled trial - journal article

Fever in healthy asymptomatic newborns during the first days of life - journal article

Gators gauge endocrine exposure - BioMedNet

Bacteria could help failing kidneys - Microbes groomed to breakdown toxic waste between dialysis sessions. - Nature

Brain Study Examines How People Feel Pain - The Herald Sun

Foes raise red flag against suppression of menstruation - Post-Gazette

Study Reinforces Hormones' Link to Breast Cancer - The New York Times

Something new in male birth control: The clip - Post-Gazette

For Depression, the Family Doctor May Be the First Choice but Not the Best - The New York Times

Former gym rat turns housecleaning into a workout - Post-Gazette

U.S. Warns Botox Maker About Its Ads - The New York Times

Vital Signs: Remedies; Seeking Alternatives in Suburbs - The New York Times

Schafer Autism Report June 24, 2003

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