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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.

Get the facts before you or your children are vaccinated with any shot or nasal spray. Having a child vaccinated is the most important decision most parents will ever make. It's a decision your child will live with the results of his or her life. It's one decision you can't "do over" or take back — so make an informed one.

Vaccines: What CDC Documents and Science Reveal

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blog.alexanderhiggins.com

October 4, 2012

Abby Martin takes a closer look at the incestuous relationship between the White House and Monsanto, by calling out Romney and Obama's longstanding ties with the company.

blog.alexanderhiggins.com

June 13, 2011

What you are about to hear is not science fiction or conspiracy theory but a glimpse of what is going on behind the closed doors of the United States Pentagon.

In a small auditorium labeled BC232 a man is presenting a discussion on how the military industrial complex can spread a virus and use a vaccine to extinguish what the pentagon calls undesirable human behavior. Specifically in this case religious behavior. This is dark science my friends. With all the mandatory vaccine programs in the United States do not be deceived for a moment that something like this will not or possibly hasn't already been used on the American public.

blog.heritage.org

by Chris Jacobs

July 8, 2013

Obamacare is a massive "train wreck" with delays, glitches, and problems aplenty. Here are a dozen more Obamacare implementation failures.

Last week, the Obama Administration attempted to spin its announcement of a one-year delay in Obamacare's employer mandate as an effort to implement the law "in a careful, thoughtful manner." Don't be fooled. Even Democrats have admitted the law has turned into a massive "train wreck," with delays, glitches, and problems aplenty. Here are a dozen more Obamacare implementation failures...

blog.timesunion.com

November 27, 2013

As reported earlier in the year, the state Health Department had promulgated a rule requiring that health care workers who have direct contact with patients to either get a flu vaccination or wear a face mask.

At the time, those options were offered as the latest solution to a long-running fight between DOH and health care workers, including their unions, regarding mandated vaccinations. Now the Public Employees Federation, which counts nurses in their ranks - including those who work in state facilities - has gone to court over the vaccine-or-face-mask rule.

blogs.babble.com

by Madeline Holler

September 28, 2012

Public health officials are facing yet another year of less than half the population getting the annual flu vaccination.

Even more frustrating for them is the fact that not all healthcare workers submit to a flu shot, even though that could be putting patients at risk.

blogs.findlaw.com

by Andrew Lu

September 13, 2012

No, your mind is not playing tricks on you. Another hospital technician was linked to spreading Hepatitis C. This time, Steven Beumel was convicted of intentionally spreading the disease at a Florida hospital.

The 49-year-old radiology technician admitted to stealing syringes of the pain killer Fentanyl during patient procedures, reports the Orlando Sentinel. To hide his theft, Beumel replaced the used syringes with saline contaminated with Hepatitis C. Steven Beumel worked at the Mayo Clinic's Interventional Radiology Unit and potentially infected thousands of patients with the deadly Hepatitis C. Two patients have been linked to Beumel, including one patient who died.

blogs.miaminewtimes.com

by Michael Miller

February 4, 2013

Three months ago, Michael Stec could bench-press 275 pounds. Now the 56-year-old struggles to walk, gripping tightly to the parallel bars at Mercy Hospital, his legs buckling underneath him like broken stilts.

Most people never know how they get sick. But Stec says he can pinpoint the exact moment. He even has a receipt for it: a $32 influenza vaccine from a local CVS Pharmacy. "Something is wrong with this flu shot," he says from his hospital bed, his tracheotomy scar still visible. Stec, who asked to go by his wife's maiden name because he works for a government agency that hasn't authorized him to speak, was diagnosed with a rare neurological disease called Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) November 11 -- eight days after receiving the flu shot.

blogs.seattletimes.com

by Kibkabe Araya

July 31, 2012

A rise in whooping cough cases among teens suggests that the pertussis vaccine may be wearing off sooner than expected, officials from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Thursday.

After Washington state declared an epidemic in April, the CDC sent investigators here to learn the reason for the spike in cases. The investigation revealed a surprising number of cases among young teens, leading researchers to believe that pertussis vaccines can start to wear off by age 10.

blogs.wsj.com

by Elizabeth Williamson

September 23, 2011

In Thursday's debate, Rep. Ron Paul showed once more that he isn't particularly upset with, or allied with, anyone.

In a political season marked by warfare between Democrats and Republicans, the White House and Congress, haves and have-nots, GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul has built staunch support among voters who are furious at the federal government - from emo-kids to retirees.

bloomberg.com

by Shannon Pettypiece

June 3, 2013

Shortages of medicines for some of the most common cancers have caused nearly half of doctors to delay treatment and forced about a third to choose between patients needing a particular drug.

The findings from a survey of 250 cancer doctors highlight the anxious situation some of their patients have faced during the past year as manufacturing lapses and changes in the generic-drug industry have cut off supply of key medicines, said Keerthi Gogineni, a cancer doctor at the University of Pennsylvania, who presented the finding in Chicago at the meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology. More than 80 percent of cancer doctors surveyed said they haven't been able to get needed medications, including potentially life-saving drugs for breast, ovarian and prostate cancers.

      
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