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QD: News Every Day--HPV vaccine may prevent throat cancer, but no trial will happen

QD: News Every Day--HPV vaccine may prevent throat cancer, but no trial will happen. ... But the focus of the HPV vaccine will remain on preventing genital warts and cervical cancer.
June 2021

QD: News Every Day--slow start for H1N1 vaccine

Now, an already slow process of using chicken eggs is now burdened by vaccine-makers trying to make diseases for seasonal and H1N1 strains. ... Also, the virus on which the swine flu vaccine is based reproduces very slowly in eggs, moreso than seasonal
June 2021

It's time to finally fix health care worker vaccination policies

But SHEA didn't back down. CDC significantly downgraded the effectiveness of influenza vaccination to worse than placebo in some years. ... But SHEA didn't back down. And there's even a lack of evidence that influenza vaccine of healthcare workers
June 2021

QD: News Every Day--H1N1 'emergency' and vaccine shortage

QD: News Every Day--H1N1 'emergency' and vaccine shortage. ACP Internist's daily digest of news and events continues with H1N1 updates, and physicians speaking out about health care reform. ... H1N1 influenza. The weekend's health news had one theme:
June 2021

Don't fly Delta to protest airline's anti-vaccination videos

Don't fly Delta to protest airline's anti-vaccination videos. I've been following the recent Delta airlines flu vaccine kerfuffle with interest and now amazement. ... of delaying or skipping vaccines altogether, you are putting the lives of children at
June 2021

ACP Internist

Age-appropriate, up-to-date vaccination is key. The Affordable Care Act will be 10 years old next March.

Anti-vaccine doctors should lose their licenses

Anti-vaccine doctors should lose their licenses. Vaccination is a medical no-brainer, a public health home run, up there with clean water. ... doctors have been fighting to keep our patients on track with their vaccinations.
June 2021

Vaccinations, measles outbreak and reasonable and civil discourse

Yay vaccines! I am a big fan of vaccination as a means of fighting disease. ... We should carefully weigh both the value of controlling vaccine preventable and otherwise untreatable diseases against the actual observed side effects of vaccines.
June 2021

We are wrong to pin our hopes on a COVID-19 vaccine

an effective COVID-19 vaccine that will be the end to all our woes. ... data. Are we going to mandate everyone get the vaccine, or give people individual choice, like with other vaccines?
June 2021

The flu vaccine takes a drubbing from its flubbing

However, enough families forego vaccination, and enough cases of vaccine-preventable illnesses such as measles occur, for us to know the movement is far from inconsequential. ... Any flu vaccine flubbing this year was minor, and of the unavoidable kind.
June 2021

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