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Another Dengue Week! - Sunday Leader

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Another Dengue Week!
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According to the Health Ministry, the decision to declare the dengue eradication week was taken following meetings held with the relevant Ministries.
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Dengue, malaria threat in Delhi, say experts - Daijiworld.com

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Dengue, malaria threat in Delhi, say experts Daijiworld.com New Delhi, Jun 23 (IANS): Threats of diseases like dengue and malaria loom large over parts of Delhi that were flooded in the first spell of monsoon and the rise in the Yamuna water level,...
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Update on influenza H7N9 virus at ASM in Denver

Update on influenza H7N9 virus at ASM in Denver | Vaccine epidemiology | Scoop.it
Stanley Maloy speaks with Ron Atlas, Albert Osterhaus, Carole Heilman, and Robert Webster about influenza H7N9 virus.
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New vaccines needed for pathogens infecting animals and humans: One Health – Dr. Thomas P. Monath

New vaccines needed for pathogens infecting animals and humans: One Health – Dr. Thomas P. Monath | Vaccine epidemiology | Scoop.it
World Vaccine Congress & Expo 2013 

Dr Thomas P. Monath, Adjunct Professor at Harvard School of Public Health gives his presentation on ‘New vaccines needed for pathogens infecting animals and humans: One Health’.

 
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Ed Rybicki's curator insight, May 17, 2013 3:13 AM

This is a very interesting presentation for a number of reasons - prime among which is the fact that a number of very influential international organisations and funders are taking the notion of "One Health" very seriously.

 

That is, the development of reagents and vaccines that can be used for agents that cause both animal and human diseases, such as avian influenza, Nipah and Hendra and Rift Valley fever viruses, and so on.

 

Great idea - and one we are trying to address with making such things in plants!

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Vaccines: New Surveillance Tool Detects Public Concerns - Medscape - Medscape

Medscape Vaccines: New Surveillance Tool Detects Public Concerns - Medscape Medscape A new global media surveillance tool detects and monitors public concerns about vaccines in real time, according to a study published online May 13 in the Lancet...
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Flu Season Off To Early Start, CDC Urges Vaccination - Imperial Valley News

Flu Season Off To Early Start, CDC Urges Vaccination - Imperial Valley News | Vaccine epidemiology | Scoop.it
Flu Season Off To Early Start, CDC Urges VaccinationImperial Valley NewsThese increases in activity overlap with National Influenza Vaccination Week (NIVW) being observed December 2-8, 2012. According to Dr.
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It’s National Influenza Vaccination Week! Everyone 6 months of age and older should get the flu vaccine. Seasonal

It’s National Influenza Vaccination Week! Everyone 6 months of age and older should get the flu vaccine. Seasonal | Vaccine epidemiology | Scoop.it
RT @InterimHealth: It’s National Influenza Vaccination Week! Everyone 6 months of age and older should get the ...
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Ask Stanford Med: Infectious disease specialist taking questions on seasonal influenza

Ask Stanford Med: Infectious disease specialist taking questions on seasonal influenza | Vaccine epidemiology | Scoop.it
RT @Stanford: MT @SUMedicine Infectious disease specialist taking ?s on seasonal influenza till 10/22.
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Burma Faces Dengue Fever Outbreak: Officials | ReliefWeb

Burma Faces Dengue Fever Outbreak: Officials | ReliefWeb | Vaccine epidemiology | Scoop.it
RANGOON — Burma's health authorities warn that the country could be in the grips of a dengue fever epidemic, as the number of reported cases this year has already surpassed the total amount of patients in the whole of ...
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Cervical cancer vaccine cuts HPV infections in teen girls by half - WCPO

Cervical cancer vaccine cuts HPV infections in teen girls by half - WCPO | Vaccine epidemiology | Scoop.it
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Cervical cancer vaccine cuts HPV infections in teen girls by half
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Among girls who had gotten the vaccine, the drop in HPV infections was higher — 88 percent.
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Penn and Teller - Vaccinations (Full Episode)

One of my all time pet peeves: the anti-vaccination movement. Ranking up there with creationism! Hope you all enjoy it :) (Wow... Penn and Teller go after the anti-vaccination movement.
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New coronavirus can spread between humans, says WHO official

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World Health Organisation expert plays down fears of pandemic, saying prolonged contact is needed to transmit disease (RT @guardian: New coronavirus that has killed 18 people can spread between humans, says WHO http://t.co/lrxnDfMHxa)...
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New H7N9 avian influenza A virus concerns health experts - Michigan State University Extension

New H7N9 avian influenza A virus concerns health experts - Michigan State University Extension | Vaccine epidemiology | Scoop.it
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New H7N9 avian influenza A virus concerns health experts
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Influenza A (H7N9) as viewed through an electron microscope.
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Big jump in infectious disease: Abilene health officials warn Shigella is on ... - KTXS

Big jump in infectious disease: Abilene health officials warn Shigella is on ... - KTXS | Vaccine epidemiology | Scoop.it
KTXSBig jump in infectious disease: Abilene health officials warn Shigella is on ...KTXSMuch research has been done and as simplistic as it may sound, the easiest way to prevent the spread of Shigella, and most other contact diseases, is to...
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All about polio vaccines and schedules for children - by Dr Pandula Siribaddana - Helium

All about polio vaccines and schedules for children - by Dr Pandula Siribaddana - Helium | Vaccine epidemiology | Scoop.it
Polio is a paralytic disease which used to have a serious impact on the population before it was almost eradicated through effective vaccination p..., Dr Pandula Siribaddana (All about polio vaccines and schedules for children - Helium
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CDC - Seasonal Influenza (Flu) - Weekly US Map: Influenza Summary Update

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CDC - Seasonal Influenza (Flu) - Weekly US Map: Influenza Summary Update - @CDCgov http://t.co/6YjPfT1a...
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