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Find the latest in immunization, vaccine news and research. Parents across the country are concerned about the mass injections our national health community inflicts on our children and rightly so. Immunization News provides current news articles, covering issues ranging from HIV and Cancer vaccines, to routine innoculations for children as well as the latest Swine Flu scare.

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Baltimore Business Journal (MD)

by Stephanie Wentworth

August 9, 2006

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has awarded the University of Maryland School of Medicine's Center for Vaccine Development a $27.9 million grant to study diarrheal diseases.

The money will be used to gather information to develop vaccines and distribute them in the world's poorest countries, the medical center said Wednesday. Diarrheal disease is the second deadliest disease for children worldwide, according to the Institute for OneWorld Health, a nonprofit pharmaceutical company. Nearly 2 million deaths are attributed to diarrheal disease annually, the organization said.

BBC News

November 17, 2004

A 13-year-old boy is in intensive care after a severe allergic reaction to a vaccination at an Aberystwyth school.

On Tuesday, 10 other pupils from Penweddig Comprehensive were also taken to Bronglais Hospital after "adverse effects" to the injections. Nearly 120 students at the school were being injected with the BCG vaccine, which combats tuberculosis.

BBC News

November 19, 2003

Testing has begun on humans for an experimental vaccine against the deadly Ebola virus, US researchers have said.

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases is administering the vaccine to 27 volunteers.<br><br>The virus for one of the world's most lethal diseases originated in Africa and the US has expressed fears that it could be used as a biological weapon.

BBC News (UK)

January 31, 2006

A vaccine against the deadly toxin ricin is safe and effective, a US study has shown.

Ricin, extracted from castor oil beans, is one of the weapons which could be used in a bio-terror attack. US research, published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, suggested the vaccine produced no significant side effects.

BBC News (UK)

January 5, 2005

The Department of Health is considering introducing a new jab to protect babies against bacterial meningitis, septicaemia and pneumonia.

Babies already receive two jabs containing six vaccinations by the age of four months. Officials have agreed to the new vaccine in principle - but will consult parents before taking a final decision. In the wake of the controversy over MMR, they want to ensure a new vaccine has public support.

benswann.com

by Ben Swann

November 27, 2013

Tuesday, December 3, 2013 Ben Swann Truth in Media will expose what the Mainstream Media has not told you about vaccine court and autism.

Big Journalism

by Dana Loesch

August 6, 2011

Tony Katz has an excellent write-up on last week's Rawesome raid, a government action I find absolutely asinine.

Look, I don't care if you want to make the choice to purchased labeled raw dairy or local, organic food. I love to eat massive amounts of homemade beef jerky, young organic coconuts, and oven-baked bacon (don't knock it, only way to do it). I don't want the government busting up in my butcher shop, or any shop, any private facility with proper licensing (copious licensing is soft tyranny) and prevent the private sector, free market exchange of cash for goods. I also don't trust a government that can't find the time to produce a budget, yet can micromanage the citizenry, telling me what I can and cannot eat.

billingsgazette.com

February 21, 2012

Most Wyoming college students would be required to get vaccinated against meningitis and those in a state scholarship program would be required to perform volunteer civic service each semester in order to remain eligible for the money.

The Senate Labor, Health and Social Services Committee voted 3-2 to advance Senate File 54, which would require the meningitis vaccinations for students within 30 days of enrolling at the University of Wyoming and the state's community colleges. Separately, the Senate Education Committee voted 5-0 to advance Senate File 98, which would require students receiving Hathaway scholarships perform some kind of community service.

bizjournals.com

by Kathy Robertson

August 8, 2013

Kaiser Permanente has agreed to pay up to $9 million to settle a class action that alleged the health plan illegally refused to provide behavioral therapy for autistic children before it was mandated by state law.

The lawsuit was filed in Southern California in April 2009 on behalf of Andrew Arce of Los Angeles and others like him. Andrew was 2 years old when Kaiser denied coverage for applied behavioral analysis even though its own doctors said it was medically necessary. The therapy teaches young children with autism and similar disorders how to eat, communicate, play and learn. It's expensive; costs go as high as $100,000 a year and the number of children diagnosed with autism continues to climb. Health plans have balked at paying for the therapy, which they consider educational rather than medical.

blog.al.com

July 5, 2012

Students ages 11 and older entering the sixth grade in Alabama schools this fall will be required to have a vaccine to prevent pertussis, a sometimes fatal bacterial infection of the lungs that spreads through coughing and sneezing.

The Alabama Department of Public Health said the need for the tetanus-diphtheria-acellular pertussis vaccine, Tdap, is prompted by an alarming increase in pertussis, or whooping cough, which is highly contagious. In the online community, there was a fierce debate between members of the anti-vaccine camp and those who are comfortable with balance of benefits and dangers in modern medicine...

      
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