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The Effectiveness Of Chickenpox Vaccine Questioned

...ear after vaccination.// Parents are encouraged to vaccinate their children against chickenpox between 12 months and 18 months. Consequently, researchers were prompted to further investigate the vaccine after chickenpox outbreaks were reported among vaccinated individuals. Researchers studied nearly 350 chil...

Study points out that HIV vaccine may not be accepted easily

...ans, and whether they’ll get discriminated if they vaccinate themselves or not. Reference: University of Toronto, news release, July 200...

Health and Human Services stockpiles 20 million bird flu Vaccines

...required. 'Ultimately you would want to be able to vaccinate the whole population because historically pandemics come in waves and continue to come in waves,' Pavia said. As flu vaccine production and validation process takes about 6 months of time so in case of an emergency requirement this cannot be availabl...

BCG vaccine to be boosted to effectively prevent tuberculosis

...hod of reducing the incidence of the disease is to vaccinate the person with the so called BCG vaccine. //Although more than 3 billion doses of the BCG vaccine have been administered to fight tuberculosis, the ability of the BCG vaccine to protect adults is very limited. This has led us to ponder over the effe...

Results Of Human Trials Of Hungarian Bird-Flu Vaccine Expected Today

...u is proved among poultry and so it can be used to vaccinate them. If the clinical trials are positive this pro...yurcsany said adding that this would allow them to vaccinate their citizens free of charge. Scientists fear that if the virus mutates, it can be easily transmi...

Endemic Encephalitis in India can be controlled by early vaccination

...efficacy of the Chinese Vaccine and is planning to vaccinate all the people in endemic districts of India by the starting of next year to avoid Endemic disease of Encephalitis next monsoon. Source: Nature Medicine....

Agreement To Speed Up Development of Bird flu vaccine

...firmed, the Chinese government announced it was to vaccinate all of the country's 14 billion poultry to stem the spread of the disease. Avian flu has affected the Southeast Asian nations although it is largely limited to poultry and wild-bird populations. Experts fear that the H5N1 virus is on the verge of...

U.S. To Tighten Sick Passenger, Quarantine Rules

...me domestic flights. The CDC wanted authority to vaccinate and treat quarantined people and a clear set of defined legal rights for those quarantined. It noted that the quarantine powers would generally only be used in situations where a person posed a threat to public health and refused to cooperate with a ...

Novel Strain Detected In The Recent Outbreak Of Bird Flu At Ukraine

... out of that particular area, people were asked to vaccinate themselves against human flu and a checkpoint was installed around 10-Km to stop all the migratory birds approaching Ukraine in search of warm climate. A virus H5 that may be fatal to humans is identified as the sole cause of the disease. Records t...

Fifth case of bird flu in China confirmed

...hed in parts of the country. Beijing intends to vaccinate all of the country's estimated 14 billion poultry, but it is feared that wild birds could spread the virus. The disease does not transmit easily from birds to humans, and no human-to-human cases have been confirmed. But health officials remain ...

Chinese Poultry Vaccine Could Be Sub-Standard: Expert

...h." Dr Webster said that while China's pledge to vaccinate all chickens is to be welcomed, it must be ensured that agricultural vaccines were standardized. "If you go back to 1918, it showed that there are about 10 critical amino acids in that virus that seemed to be necessary (for the virus) to be pathogeni...

Bad vaccines may trigger China bird flu

...y. While appreciating China’s ambitious plan to vaccinate all its chickens, they underline the need for agricultural vaccines to be standardized, as there are sub-standard vaccines of bird-flu all over the world. Experts warn against underestimating the virus, which has exhibited some of the characterist...

Media Plays Crucial Role In Flu Vaccinations

...in for such vaccinations influenced the parents to vaccinate their children also. As many as 60% of the vaccinations were accounted for by the advice given by doctors, while another 26% were due to media influence. Other major public health issues can also be brought to the notice of the people in general ...

Warts: Spanner in Lover's Works!

...ration , after which the best solution would be to vaccinate all children at puberty, regardless and before they embark on their sex lives ....

After Bird flu its anthrax that scares the wits out of people

...illage in Menderda taluka. A gigantic drive to vaccinate 500 cattles of the area has been launched. As a precautionary measure villagers in Menderda taluka have been told not to handle any sick or dead cow, and inform authorities if they suspect similar cases. Deputy director of animal husbandry dep...

Russia Initiates Mass Vaccination Of Poultry To Restrict Bird Flu

...rous, the European Union has granted permission to vaccinate fowl in France and Netherlands, as a precautionary measure. More than a million poultry deaths have been reported in Russia. Critics against bird flu vaccination argue that the vaccine does not confer complete protection against bird flu and is hig...

Hungary Develops New Bird Flu Vaccine

...oultry. The number would be sufficient enough to vaccinate poultry workers, farm owners, vets and others at increased risk of contracting bird flu. Three cases of bird flu have been reported in Azerbaijan. If confirmed, this would elevate the worldwide human death toll to 101. With the number of deaths and...

Promotion of Pneumococcal Vaccine Slow in Europe

... young children many European countries still only vaccinate selected at-risk groups against IPD. This is despite growing evidence that universal vaccination of infants and young children reduces their risk and also provides added indirect "herd" protection for other unvaccinated members of the community. ....

Poultry Workers in Scotland to Be Vaccinated For Bird Flu

...gh health boards had been previously instructed to vaccinate all poultry workers, only two authorities had star...de to identify high risk groups, obtain stocks and vaccinate poultry workers. According to official sources, all health boards have started to offer vaccinations...

Immunization at Birth Envisaged

...benefits, he said “In the Western world we tend to vaccinate babies at two, four and six months - this means that we leave a window of susceptibility. If we could come up with a way to get the system to work at birth, then you would close that window of susceptibility. And if a vaccine could be given at birth,...

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