Measles cases triple in Europe but immunisation rates grow

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Chem. Commun., 2019, Accepted Manuscript DOI: 10.1039/C8CC08622B, CommunicationChang-xin Huo, Debashis Dhara, Scott Baliban, Setare Tahmasebi Nick, Zibin Tan, Raphael Simon, Anup Kumar Misra, Xuefei Huang The first synthetic carbohydrate based potential anti-Salmonella Enteritidis vaccine has been developed by conjugating a synthetic tetrasaccharide antigen with bacteriophage Q β. High levels of specific and long lasting anti-glycan IgG... The content of this RSS Feed (c) The Royal Society of Chemistry
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Research ArticlesB. TU, J.-J. ZHAO, Y. HU, J.-L. FU, H-H. HUANG, Y.-X. XIE, X. ZHANG, L. SHI, P. ZHAO, X.-W. ZHANG, D. WU, Z. XU, Z.-P. ZHOU, E.-Q. QIN, F.-S. WANG,Epidemiology&Infection,Volume 144 Issue 12, pp 2613-2620Abstract
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Research ArticlesE. BERTI, S. SOLLAI, E. ORLANDINI, L. GALLI, M. DE MARTINO, E. CHIAPPINI,Epidemiology&Infection,Volume 144 Issue 12, pp 2605-2612Abstract
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Research reveals striking changes in babies ’ immune development that could form the basis for lifesaving vaccinesA groundbreaking study has claimed that the key to saving the lives of newborns is found in just half a teaspoon of blood.Research has revealed dramatic changes in the immune systems of newborns, which scientists say could transform our understanding of disease in babies.Continue reading...
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We report the two cases of genital warts, who had an excellent response with intralesional MMR vaccine.
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Date: May 7, 2018 Issue #:  1546Summary:  The US Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommends routine use of the following vaccines in adults residing in the US: influenza, tetanus/diphtheria alone (Td) and in combination with acellular pertussis (Tdap), measles/mumps/rubella (MMR), varicella (VAR), herpes zoster (RZV; ZVL), human papillomavirus (HPV), and pneumococcal conjugate (PCV13) and polysaccharide (PPSV23) vaccines. For adults with certain medical conditions or occupational, behavioral, or other risk factors, hepatitis A (HepA), hepatitis B (HepB), meningococcal (MenAC...
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By Stacy Simon It won’t be long before the new school year begins and students head back to the classroom - if they haven't already. Protect your children by making sure they are up to date with vaccinations. In fact, your state may require children entering school to be vaccinated against certain diseases. Check with your child’s doctor, your child’s school, or your health department to find out.Some diseases that are preventable through vaccines, such as whooping cough and chickenpox, are still common in the US. Thanks to vaccines, some other diseases are no longer common. But according to the Centers f...
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The HPV vaccine has proven to be a disaster. This vaccine, developed to protect young women from cervical cancer, has failed to provide protection. In fact, it has succeeded in doing the opposite by increasing cervical cancer rates in those vaccinated. Reports of health damage caused by this vaccine are immense. The HPV vaccination has been linked with life-threatening autoimmune disorders, cancer, paralysis, infertility and death. In fact, several countries have opposed the vaccine, as evidenced through public warning or lawsuits. A lead researcher of the vaccine has advised parents not to use it. One independent group of...
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The HPV vaccine has proven to be a disaster. This vaccine, developed to protect young women from cervical cancer, has failed to provide protection. In fact, it has succeeded in doing the opposite by increasing cervical cancer rates in those vaccinated. Reports of health damage caused by this vaccine are immense. The HPV vaccination has been linked with life-threatening autoimmune disorders, cancer, paralysis, infertility and death. In fact, several countries have opposed the vaccine, as evidenced through public warning or lawsuits. A lead researcher of the vaccine has advised parents not to use it. One independent group of...
Source: vactruth.com - Category: Allergy & Immunology Authors: Tags: Logical Michelle Goldstein Recent Articles American Medical Association (AMA) autoimmune disorders blood clots brain inflammation Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Cervarix disabling fatigue eizures facial paralysis gardasil Guil Source Type: blogs
ABSTRACT Warts are common epidermal growths caused by human papillomavirus that often cause significant discomfort and embarrassment. Current treatment options include topical therapies, cryotherapy, laser vaporization, and surgical excision. Many of these options are destructive and may result in scarring, while less aggressive approaches can lead to lesion recurrence. Additionally, these local modalities are not practical for patients with a large number of warts. Systemic approaches such as immunotherapy have demonstrated success in treating multiple lesions by combining a targeted approach with upregulation of the host...
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