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Axion Health Sponsors Webinar on Vaccine Development Featuring Dengue Fever Case Study
Date:11/19/2012

DENVER, Nov. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- What vaccinations should I consider? What are the latest vaccine developments? Are there any new risks? These are common questions not only healthcare practitioners are asking.

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Even as common flu vaccination programs appear around the US, new vaccines are being developed to address emerging and long standing health threats.

Residents and visitors to Florida and anyone traveling to the tropics or subtropics may want to keep abreast of the developments for Dengue Fever. Traditionally found outside the US, Florida has reported multiple cases. Recently, as sited on the CDCs global map, Baja California has a recorded 32 cases. And, Puerto Rico has recently declared an epidemic with meetings held to identify a solution.

A global expert on vaccine development, Dr. Gilad Gordon will present in-depth look on December 6th on how vaccines are created and what to expect in the future. He will also share details about infectious diseases and recommendations on immunization schedules for children and adults in the US. Plus, hear firsthand what's being developed for Dengue Fever.

This no-cost webinar is sponsored by Axion Health ~ software for employee health, occupational health, emergency preparedness and medical surveillance.

More About Dr. Gordon
President of Orra Group, Dr. Gordon also serves as Chief Medical Officer at Inviragen. He is a member of the Axion Health Medical Advisory Board and Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine, University of Colorado Denver.

Dr. Gordon's career has primarily focused on conducting applied medical research within the private sector. Currently, he is working on bridging the private and public sectors to accelerate the development of new drugs, vaccines and technologies with the goal of improving peoples' lifespan and quality of life in both the developed and developing world.

About Axion Health
Axion Health provides employee health, occupational health, medical surveillance, and emergency preparedness software for health systems, government agencies, and industry. Axion's ReadySet is a mobile friendly, Web-based solution that is easy to use, Internet-accessible, HIPAA-compliant, and 100% paperless. The solution also offers robust integrations with clinical, HR, information and regulatory systems. For more information, toll free 877 770 3073 or www.axionhealth.com
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Media Contact: 
Marne Brase
303 964 7465 direct
mbrase@axionhealth.com


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