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Personalized vaccine helps patients fight ovarian cancer – Washington Post

Sun, 22 Apr 2018


Washington Post
Personalized vaccine helps patients fight ovarian cancer
Washington Post
In early research that involved marshaling the body's own immune system, a personalized vaccine helped patients with ovarian cancer mount a stronger defense against their tumors than standard therapy and substantially improved their survival rate. The

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UPDATE: Indiana health officials encourage hepatitis vaccine as Ky … – WSAZ-TV

Sun, 22 Apr 2018


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UPDATE: Indiana health officials encourage hepatitis vaccine as Ky …
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FRANKFORT, Ky. (WSAZ) — UPDATE 4/21/18 @ 9:45 p.m.. As the number of reports of hepatitis A continue to climb in Kentucky, a neighboring state is urging residents to get vaccinated if they plan to visit the Bluegrass State. The Indiana Department of
Why You Might Need a Vaccine to Go to The Kentucky DerbyLive Science
Louisville hepatitis A outbreak FAQs: Where can you get a vaccine? How long do shots last?The Courier-Journal
Hepatitis A vaccine clinic is MondayElizabethtown News Enterprise
WKYT –Fortune –Food Safety News
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Our view: Legislators should support public health with tighter vaccine exemptions – Press of Atlantic City

Sun, 22 Apr 2018


Press of Atlantic City
Our view: Legislators should support public health with tighter vaccine exemptions
Press of Atlantic City
There are two unfortunate trends regarding disease-preventing vaccinations in New Jersey. One is that despite the overwhelming medical science consensus that widely used vaccines save lives, improve health and reduce costs for society, more

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A new dengue vaccine should only be used in people who were previously infected, WHO says – Science Magazine

Thu, 19 Apr 2018


Science Magazine
A new dengue vaccine should only be used in people who were previously infected, WHO says
Science Magazine
The World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, Switzerland, put the brakes on implementation of the world's first dengue vaccine today when it recommended it only be used in people who have previously been infected with the disease—a move that will
WHO recommends testing before use of Sanofi's dengue vaccineReuters
WHO panel urges caution on dengue vaccine, dealing blow to SanofiSTAT
Revised SAGE recommendation on use of dengue vaccineWorld Health Organization
ABC News
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60 Minutes: The ‘game-changer’ flu vaccine to protect Australians for up to 10 years – 9news.com.au

Sun, 22 Apr 2018


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60 Minutes: The 'game-changer' flu vaccine to protect Australians for up to 10 years
9news.com.au
Doctors have developed a universal flu vaccine that will protect Australians for up to 10 years. Tonight in a special 60 Minutes health investigation, Director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases, Dr Antony Fauci, said that
All aged-care homes must offer staff flu vaccinations, Turnbull government ordersThe Sydney Morning Herald
Federal Government orders flu jab offer be made compulsory for aged-care staffABC Online
Aged-care homes must offer staff flu jab to prevent another outbreakYahoo7 News
Starts at 60 –NEWS.com.au –The Northern Daily Leader
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More restaurant workers with Hepatitis A; vaccinations urged – Food Safety News

Sun, 22 Apr 2018


Food Safety News
More restaurant workers with Hepatitis A; vaccinations urged
Food Safety News
Anyone who ate at this facility between March 30 and April 17 should seek care immediately if they have never been vaccinated against Hepatitis A or are unsure of their vaccine status. So far this year, 12 cases of Hepatitis A have been reported in
After yet another Hepatitis A scare Salt Lake County Health Department urges food service worker vaccinationsFood Poison Journal

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Legislators should support public health with tighter vaccine exemptions – Press of Atlantic City

Sun, 22 Apr 2018

Legislators should support public health with tighter vaccine exemptions
Press of Atlantic City
There are two unfortunate trends regarding disease-preventing vaccinations in New Jersey. One is that despite the overwhelming medical science consensus that widely used vaccines save lives, improve health and reduce costs for society, more

Pneumonia vaccine, who needs it? – Idaho State Journal

Sat, 21 Apr 2018


Idaho State Journal
Pneumonia vaccine, who needs it?
Idaho State Journal
Dr. Richard Curtis let out a deep sigh under his breath, holding back words he couldn't say in this setting. It was not a sight that he wanted the young children in the room to have witnessed. He had struggled with the other doctors and nurses who

Army: No VA benefits for false warning of bad anthrax vaccine … – Stars and Stripes

Fri, 20 Apr 2018


Stars and Stripes
Army: No VA benefits for false warning of bad anthrax vaccine …
Stars and Stripes
The Army told soldiers stationed in South Korea on Thursday that they were not eligible for disability benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs after the service retracted a memorandum warning of bad batches of the anthrax vaccine.

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Unveiling vaccine hesitancy in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina – World Health Organization

Wed, 18 Apr 2018


World Health Organization
Unveiling vaccine hesitancy in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
World Health Organization
Immunization rates in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina are as low as 40% in some areas and continuing to decline, increasing the risk of large disease outbreaks. But, no one knows precisely why. Growing vaccine hesitancy, misinformation in