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Daily News 2014-04-15

Recent journal articles about meningitis and meningitis vaccines

Beijing Mulls Insurance for Adverse Vaccine Reactions

The Hate Debate

Scream #84: Meningococcal B Vaccine new mutations

Leave parents free to choose vaccines: Opposing view

Vaccine Panel with Rob Schneider, Aidan Quinn, Andy Wakefield & More at Give Autism a Chance - Age of Autism

Action Alert: Dr. Offit, Please Stop Making Stuff Up About Regressive Autism - Age of Autism

Rebecca Estepp on CW6 San Diego on Autism Awareness Month - Age of Autism

Ever Continuing Worldwide Vaccine Failures – Australia Joins UK & USA In the Whooping Cough Vaccine Fail Club [Again]

Dachel Media Review: New Strategies by Anne Dachel

Vaccines Causing Autism Confirmed By Courts

Anti-vaccine message from some naturopaths raises concerns - People should do their due diligence and then decide, says naturopath college president

Anti-Vaccination Movement Extremely Controversial

Parents are going to prison for a medical diagnosis that may not exist

Should childhood vaccines be mandatory?

Leave parents free to choose vaccines

A Fully Vaccinated Woman Contracted And Then Spread the Measles - This is the first time health officials have encountered a Typhoid Mary-like situation for measles

Brooker: I remember the measles and it was no big deal

Banning unvaccinated children from school worth a shot in Alberta

More Arizona Parents Not Having Their Children Vaccinated

Mom of at-risk Calgary tot deems anti-vaccine decision ‘unfathomable’ as measles scare grows

Update on the Measles Outbreaks of 2014
Whooping cough vaccine may have lost its punch as bacterium evolves - Australian study showed 80% of cases were free of the protein needed for vaccine's efficacy

Whooping cough 'evolves to beat vaccine' - The vaccine used to immunise against whooping cough might have bred a more evolved strain of the disease.

Terry White chemist chain paid by pharmaceutical group for flu vaccination training - A Controversial pharmacy flu vaccination trial is being dogged by conflict of interest claims after it was revealed a chemist chain is receiving money from a drug company making one of the vaccines.

'I Never Told Anyone Not to Vaccinate' - In a veiled apology this week, Jenny McCarthy again illustrated that health science and culture are inextricable. Vaccination is among the few definitive tenets of disease prevention, but because of rampant misinformation, fear, and scientific illiteracy, rare infections have come back to life. What's to be done about that.

Jenny McCarthy Faces Backlash After "Pro-Vaccine" Op-Ed: It's "Too Late to Play Cute" With What You've Said

No medical research proves vaccine, autism link

Expert Interview: Alleviating Parental Concerns About Immunization

Put inaccurate Internet info aside: vaccines are safe

Do you support the anti-immunization movement?

Groundbreaking New Study: 42% of Drug Reactions are Vaccine Related

Update: NHMRC Ethics Committee and the MMR second dose

Mom Whose Child Died After Catching Chicken Pox Advocates for Vaccines

Analysis Concludes Nutrition Superior to Vaccines in Preventing Disease

York will hold a baby shower to promote infant immunizations

Children's museum to offer free immunizations for children

PAPHR planning for National Immunization Awareness Week

Mount St. Mary's Neighborhood Health Center partners with Fidelis Care for infant immunization awareness

Are your vaccines up-to-date? Talk to your Healthcare Professional about the new Vaccines411™ Checklist

60th anniversary of polio vaccine, first administered in Pa.

Jonas Salk: Good at Virology, Bad at Economics - He didn’t patent his vaccine, but that doesn’t mean others shouldn’t.

Two shots of HPV vaccine against cervical cancer enough, says WHO - News that a reduced dosage of cervical cancer vaccine is just as effective for girls under 15 should reduce cases in poor countries

Study: Immunization program in UK has reduced HPV infections in young women

Vaccine proves cost effective: but coverage needs improving

Measles cases are ticking upward

Pair of Calgary schools hit by measles scare

GAVI Alliance names Anuradha Gupta deputy CEO

As Ebola Outbreak Spreads, Vaccine Efforts Underway

Procuring vaccines: Ministry’s appeal put off over technicality

Measles and polio vaccines in short supply across SA - South Africa is experiencing a shortfall in the supply of polio and measles vaccine, and in the Western Cape vaccines are being re-distributed between facilities to maintain availability.

Pakistan to use polio vaccine checkpoints in Taliban areas

Immunization Campaign Begins At Onitsa

Pitt CVR and Sanofi Pasteur collaborate to assess the effectiveness of a dengue vaccine

Vaccine Market Development Strategies, New Challenges & Innovative Technologies

Research and Markets: Canada Prophylactic Hepatitis B Virus Vaccines Market 2014-2020 - Drug Forecast and Market Analysis for the $18 Million Industry

Medicines agency sends report on Roche to EU Commission

First metritis vaccine protects dairy cows

USDA Approves New Combination Vaccine to Fight BRD Viruses and Bacteria

Merck AH announces vaccine to combat IBV losses - Merck Animal Health have announced the availability of MILDVAC-Ma5, a vaccine to control Massachusetts-type infectious bronchitis virus (IBV) – the most prevalent IBV serotype worldwide and one that costs the US poultry industry millions of dollars in revenue loss each year.

Study notes H5N1 tweaks that boost airborne spread

Case numbers edge upward in West Africa Ebola outbreak

Nine Saudi MERS cases add to Jeddah outbreak; Yemen has first case

News Scan for Apr 14, 2014 - E coli levels in US; MERS virus in camels; Hepatitis A outbreak in Europe

Flu Scan for Apr 14, 2014 - H7N9 update; H5 outbreaks in Japan