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Good news, bad news

The bad news is that, even though rheumatologic patients are often at a higher risk of developing zoster infections, immunosuppressive therapies can prevent them from getting the vaccine. ... According to CDC recommendations, the zoster vaccine should be
June 2021

John McCain touts his plan for the U.S. health care system

According to the New York Times, he recently told a Texas audience that “strong evidence” indicates that vaccine preservatives are causing rising autism rates.
May 2008

NAFLD needs new attention in primary care

This issue also covers counseling patients about exercise, COVID-19 vaccines and vaccination, and reflections by College leaders about their terms of office during the pandemic. ... Two inside features in this issue deal with COVID-19 vaccines and
April 2021

MERS: a primer

Eye protection (goggles or face shield) is specifically recommended. • At this time, there is no available vaccine or chemoprophylaxis. .
June 2021

Improving your patient's health without hurting the planet

Replace old equipment. Consider replacing old computers, vaccine fridges and other appliances with newer models using less electricity.
September 2008

'About as stupid as it gets'

What I didn't realize is that another Cochrane review was published last year on influenza vaccination of healthy adults. ... vaccine that reduces infection by 1% is about as stupid as it gets. .
June 2021

Heparin labeling changed, non-egg flu vaccine approved

This regulatory update covers changed labeling for heparin and approval of a flu vaccine produced using cultured animal cells. ... In a trial, the vaccine was 83.8% effective in preventing influenza compared to placebo.
February 2013

Warning on diabetes drugs, approval of adjuvant flu vaccine

A trivalent vaccine (Fluad) for the prevention of seasonal influenza in people ages 65 years and older. ... In a trial of 7,082 older participants, the new vaccine and an existing one (Agriflu) induced comparable antibody levels.
February 2016

New meningitis vaccine, hepatitis C drug approved

A vaccine (Trumenba) to prevent invasive meningococcal disease caused by Neisseria meningitidis serogroup B in patients 10 through 25 years. ... Previously, FDA-approved meningococcal vaccines only covered serogroups A, C, Y, and W.
January 2015

Latest updates on ACP's priorities, initiatives

ACP's and Annals of Internal Medicine's third virtual COVID-19 vaccine forum on Jan. ... 22 focused on the allocation and distribution of available vaccines. Four invited experts offered their perspectives, including Capt.
March 2021

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