Vaccines

Will We Ever Cure Cancer?

Cancer is a group of diseases that we may never be able to cure completely, but scientists are optimistic that vaccines, personalised medicine and smart ... Read more
Related topics: Cancer, Oncology

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Disabling A Single Protein Could Make Humans Immune To The Common Cold

Researchers at Stanford University and the University of California, San Francisco, have developed an experimental approach that could lead to a universal vaccine for the common cold.
Related topics: Proteins, Medical Research

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Needle-free Flu Vaccine Patch Effective In Early Study

A new needle-free flu vaccine patch revved up the immune system much like a traditional flu shot without any negative side effects. The research represents an important step toward a technology that could replace needle-based vaccination methods...
Related topics: Flu, Influenza Vaccine, Influenza (Flu), Medical Research

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20 Problems With Vaccine Science As Exemptions Are Ripped From Parents

Note: Parents are losing their right to say "no" to even partial vaccination of their children. Exemption laws are being ripped apart and thrown away from coast to coast. Most recently in Connecticut. Politicians' knowledge of vaccine science,...

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Uchicago-led Effort Receives Grand Challenges Grant For Research Developing Universal Influenza...

Patrick Wilson, PhD, professor of medicine and rheumatology at the University of Chicago, and a group of researchers from three other institutions have received aGrand Challenge for Universal Influenza Vaccine Development grant - a $12 million...
Related topics: Medical Research, Influenza Vaccine, Influenza (Flu)

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Men Less Knowledgeable About Hpv, Hpv Vaccination

TUESDAY, Sept. 17, 2019 -- Men are less knowledgeable than women about human papillomavirus (HPV), HPV vaccination, and the correlation between HPV and cancer, according to a research letter published online Sept. 16 in JAMA Pediatrics. Ryan Suk,...
Related topics: Cancer, Oncology, Medical Research

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California Senate Evacuated After Anti-vaccine Protester Dumps ‘what Appeared To Be Blood' Onto...

The California Senate was evacuated from its chamber on the final day of its session after a woman poured "what appeared to be blood" onto lawmakers, the Los Angeles Times reported.  Read more...
Related topics: Protests

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Meningitis B Is Rare But Deadly. Parents Who Lost Children To The Disease Wonder Why No One...

CDC guidelines leave it up to physicians to talk about the optional vaccine. But not all doctors do.
Related topics: Meningitis, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention

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Physicians Report High Refusal Rates For The Hpv Vaccine And Need For Improvement

Despite its proven success at preventing cancer, many adolescents are still not getting the HPV vaccine. A new study from shows that physicians' delivery and communication practices must improve to boost vaccination completion rates.
Related topics: Cancer, Oncology, Medical Research

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Sick. Far Left Protester Throws Her Menstrual Blood At California Senators During Session

A far left protester threw menstrual blood on lawmakers from the balcony on Friday. Rebecca Lee Dalelio will appear in court on Monday. One woman was arrested following the incident. Via TMZ: An anti-vaccine protester threw what appeared to be...
Related topics: Protests

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Pro-vaccination Parents Need To Be Louder To Fight The Big Platform Anti-vax Voices Have Built

If you agree with the science, you might think you don’t need to be vocal. But research shows that building a social consensus is incredibly important in changing opinions. A high school student from Ohio made national headlines recently by...
Related topics: Medical Research

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The Mail

Letters respond to Nick Paumgarten’s reporting on the measles outbreak and the anti-vaccine movement and Alex Ross’s piece on Erich Wolfgang Korngold.

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Vaccinations And Ms Risk: Is The Debate Now Over?

(MedPage Today) -- German study refutes older research
Related topics: Debate, Medical Research

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Panel: Building Trust Key To Combating Vaccine Hesitancy

(MedPage Today) -- Survey reveals worrying numbers about lack of trust in public health, vaccine safety
Related topics: Polls

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Activist Throws Menstrual Blood On California Lawmakers Amid Protest Over New Vaccination Laws

The California state Senate was evacuated on Friday, after a protestor in the chamber threw a red liquid — reportedly menstrual blood — onto several lawmakers. The identity of the alleged perpetrator has not been released, but the incident...
Related topics: Activism, Protests

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Us In Danger Of Losing Measles-free Status, A 'mortifying' Effect Of Anti-vaxx Movement

If a measles outbreak continues in New York, he U.S. could lose its measles elimination status in part thanks to the anti-vaccination movement       

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Most U.s. Parents Say Vaccination Should Be Requirement For School: Poll

FRIDAY, Sept. 13, 2019 -- More than 8 in 10 U.S. adults say kids should be required to get vaccinated in order to attend school, but far fewer trust the safety of vaccines, a new poll finds. The nationwide poll from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of...
Related topics: Polls, Harvard University

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Dr. Meryl Nass, Md Why Are Legislatures Imposing Vaccine Mandates Now?

We invite you to read the full blog entry: Why are legislatures imposing vaccine mandates now? My testimony to the New Brunswick, Canada legislature on August 27, 2019 By Dr. Meryl Nass, MD... I am a veteran of the vaccine war in the US, and today I...

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Vaccines: Trends, Mistrust And Consequences

Vaccines have saved tens of millions of lives but immunization rates have stagnated in recent years due in part to fake news stories claiming vaccinations can cause measles, autism or sterility. Here are some key facts about vaccinations: –...
Related topics: Autism

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Lasker Winners Pushed Immunology Forward

(MedPage Today) -- Also honored in 2019 awards: HER2 discoverers and group promoting vaccinations worldwide

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