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  1. Global resurgence of whooping cough can be attributed to immunological failures of vaccines

    News-medical.net -Health 09.22 / 02:38 www.news-medical.net
    The startling global resurgence of pertussis, or whooping cough, in recent years can largely be attributed to the immunological failures of acellular vaccines, Boston University School of Public Health researchers argue in a new journal…
  2. Should kids who aren’t vaccinated be in school during an outbreak?

    Myfoxspokane.com - Washington (WA) 09.22 / 02:04 myfoxspokane.com
    Should kids who aren’t vaccinated be in school during an outbreak? Some Spokane Valley…
  3. One vaccine injection could carry many doses

    Idtechex.com - Technology 09.22 / 00:59 idtechex.com
    Engineers have invented a new 3-D fabrication method that can generate a novel type of drug-carrying particle that could allow multiple doses of a drug or vaccine to be delivered over an extended time period with just one…
  4. Comment on Hepatitis A Vaccinations Available by Frank Gormlie

    Obrag.org - San Diego 09.21 / 23:08 obrag.org
    Just received this email about free Hep A vaccainations in OB: "we will have free Hepatitis A Vaccinations this Saturday morning 9/23/17. From 7:30-9:30am. At the ECC Episcopal Church Center 2083 Sunset Cliffs Blvd. Ocean Beach has the 2nd largest homeless population in the County." Blessings, Glyn Franks Second…
  5. UNC Researchers: Vaccinations in World’s Poorest Countries Will Prevent 20 Million Deaths and Save $350 Billion by 2020

    Chapelboro.com - Chapel Hill 09.21 / 22:53 chapelboro.com
    Researchers from the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy released a study earlier this month showing that vaccination efforts in the world’s poorest countries since 2001 will have prevented 20 million deaths and saved $350 billion in health care by the year 2020. The vaccination efforts researched were made by Gavi, a global vaccine alliance that […] The post UNC Researchers: Vaccinations in World’s Poorest Countries Will Prevent 20 Million Deaths and Save $350 Billion by 2020 appeared fi…
  6. BU: Resurgence of whooping cough may owe to vaccine's inability to prevent infections

    Eurekalert.org - Medecine 09.21 / 20:14 eurekalert.org
    (Boston University School of Medicine) The startling global resurgence of pertussis, or whooping cough, in recent years can largely be attributed to the immunological failures of acellular vaccines, Boston University School of Public Health (BUSPH) researchers argue in a new journal…
  7. Resurgence of whooping cough may owe to vaccine's inability to prevent infections

    Medicalxpress.com - Medecine 09.21 / 20:09 medicalxpress.com
    The startling global resurgence of pertussis, or whooping cough, in recent years can largely be attributed to the immunological failures of acellular vaccines, Boston University School of Public Health (BUSPH) researchers argue in a new journal…
  8. High-dose flu vaccine could protect middle-aged adults with chronic conditions

    News-medical.net -Health 09.21 / 18:56 www.news-medical.net
    Expanding the high-dose influenza vaccine recommendation to include middle-aged adults with chronic health conditions may make economic sense and save lives, report scientists at the University of Pittsburgh School of…
  9. Japanese encephalitis vaccine cuts disease rate in Nepal

    Medicalxpress.com - Medecine 09.21 / 18:16 medicalxpress.com
    From 2006 through 2011, Nepal conducted a mass immunization campaign against Japanese encephalitis—a mosquito-borne viral disease. Now, investigators have reported in PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases that the vaccination effort prevented thousands of cases of Japanese encephalitis (JE) and cut JE rates in Nepal by at least 7…
  10. Flu vaccine used in elderly may benefit middle-aged adults with chronic conditions

    Eurekalert.org - Biology 09.21 / 16:21 eurekalert.org
    (University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences) Expanding the high-dose influenza vaccine recommendation to include middle-aged adults with chronic health conditions may make economic sense and save lives. The findings may justify for clinical trials of the high-dose and new recombinant trivalent influenza vaccines in 50- to 64-year-old adults with chronic illnesses, such as heart or lung disease, diabetes, or cancer, to determine if they do provide considerably better protection…
  11. Comment on Hepatitis A Vaccinations Available by nostalgic

    Obrag.org - San Diego 09.21 / 16:19 obrag.org
    Some national media has briefly mentioned that a five year-old died in the San Diego Hepatitus A outbreak. Others have mentioned multiple food servers in San Diego. The more local coverage seems to focus on the homeless. Does anybody have more detail? Not every location carries the Hepatitus A vaccine, Target for…
  12. Phase II trial DIAGNODE-2 with the diabetes vaccine Diamyd® approved to start in all participating countries

    News.cision.com - Media 09.21 / 16:05 news.cision.com
    Spanish and Czech Competent Authorities and the relevant Ethics Committees have approved Diamyd Medical's application to conduct DIAGNODE-2, a pivotal follow-up placebo-controlled Phase II trial with the diabetes vaccine Diamyd® to be tested in children and young adults recently diagnosed type 1 diabetes. Previously, the trial has been approved by the Swedish Medical Products Agency and the Ethics Committee. Contract writing with all participating clinics, packing and blinding of study …
  13. Washington County Health Department Schedules Flu Vaccine Clinics

    The Washington County Health Department will hold its seasonal influenza vaccination clinics for the upcoming flu season, beginning October 2. The Oklahoma State Department of Health and Washington County Health Department recommend flu vaccination each year for everyone 6 months of age and older. The more people vaccinated, the less the chance that flu will spread in families and communities. Each year in the United States, flu causes millions of illnesses, hundreds of thousands…
  14. When should you get your flu shot? Here's the best vaccination time, according to CDC

    Al.com-Huntsville 09.21 / 11:59 www.al.com
    When should you get your flu shot? Here's the best vaccination time, according to…
  15. Free flu vaccinations for P.E.I. start next month

    Cbc.ca - Prince Edward Island 09.21 / 11:15 www.cbc.ca
    For the first time this fall, all Prince Edward Islanders will be able to receive the flu shot for…
  16. All my kids are vaccinated: Mufti

    Akipress.com - World 09.21 / 08:52 akipress.com
    All my kids are vaccinated: Mufti 14:42, 21 September 2017, 38 AKIPRESS.COM - Kyrgyzstan's Mufti (a Muslim legal expert who is empowered to give rulings on religious matters) Maksat Toktomushev said all of his children are vaccinated. He has six children. Speaking on September 21 at the seminar on the role of women in society and Islam, Toktomushev said that he as a citizen stands for vaccination. He also reminded about the Muftiat's recent urge to do vaccination. He admitted…
  17. People in their 70s across Bath urged to take up free shingles vaccine offer

    Nowbath.co.uk - Bath in Somerset 09.21 / 08:37 nowbath.co.uk
    People in their 70s in Bath, Gloucestershire, Swindon and Wiltshire are being urged by the NHS to protect themselves against shingles with a free vaccine. Local GP practices are offering patients the free vaccination as part of the NHS shingles immunisation campaign for 2017/18. By the end of June 2017, only half of all eligible…