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Wednesday, November 26, 2008

In the News

Hep B Vacine is Associated with a 9-Fold Developmental Disability Rate

Doctors "firing' Patients

When Autism is Made Too Easy

HPV vaccine may help boys, study shows

America's Health Checkup

New administration could mean new CDC chief

Vaccines - The Great Debate (1 of 2)

Vaccinations: Whooping Cough Rates Increasing

David Kirby to Dr. David Tayloe, President American Academy of Pediatrics

If You Let the Idiots Talk They'll Tell You What You Want to Know

Debate rages over need for vaccines

Boston launches flu shot tracking

Paul Offit Acts as a Spokesperson for AAP

The AAP NY Immunization Coalition Targets David Kirby and Age ofAutism

"Preemption" Preemption?

EpiPen prescriptions rise as more children get food allergies

Better Tracking of a Childhood Infection Needed, Officials Say

Doctors to be on guard for meningitis in kids

Health fair offers immunizations to schoolchildren

Offit: Vaccines are Safer then Vitamins

GlaxoSmithKline beats out Merck to supply Netherlands with (HPV)vaccine

Autism United Sponsors Meeting for NY Autism Legislation

The Flu Vaccine: Will It Work This Year?,2933,454926,00.html

Fifth student diagnosed with hepatitis A

Vaccine Injury Compensation: A Failed Experiment in Tort Reform?

Are Vaccinations Causing Early Alzheimer's?

CDC Monitors Shortage of Hib Vaccine

St. Louis County reports rise in pertussis

Is Bobby Kennedy Really the "Anti-Science" Choice for EPA Head?

Rat Poison Chemical Found in Ingredient List For HPV Vaccine

Dr. Sears on Growing Vaccination Concerns

Talk Is Not Cheap: NPR Host Has Ties To Pharma

GlaxoSmithKline Signs China JV Deal To Develop Flu Vaccine

Parents fight for vaccination choice

Pharma Bigs Meet To Plot Their Obama Strategy

A Political Trial in London

We are all Somali!

On Autism, Somalis Feel the Chill in Minnesota

FDA Nixes State Appeal to Ban Multi-Dose Vials

National Vaccine Registry

Somali Gloves Come Off: Autism in Minnesota

The Only Thimerosal Free Vaccination Schedule

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