Recent Vaccine News

Think the Flu Shot can give you the flu? Nope.

https://www.livescience.com/why-flu-shot-cant-give-you-flu.html One of the common myths that leads people to avoid the flu shot is that they think the shot will give them the flu. But that is simply not true. The virus in the vaccine is not active, and an inactive virus cannot transmit disease. What is true is that you may feel the effects of your body mounting

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Facebook debuts new notifications to fight vaccine misinformation

Facebook is now rolling out a notification system aimed at combating anti-vaccine misinformation. Whenever a user searches for vaccine-related information, Facebook will pop-up links to the CDC (Center for Disease Control), where accurate vaccination information can be found about the flu shot, MMR (Mumps, Measles, Rubella), Gardasil (HPV) and others. It has been said that “Not all opinions are created

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Flu Shots in Massachusetts’ Grocery Chain

Flu shots are now available in Stop and Shop, a Massachusetts supermarket chain. Stop & Shop is encouraging customers to get their annual flu vaccination before flu activity traditionally picks up in the fall. The grocery chain’s 256 pharmacies have the vaccine in stock and pharmacists can vaccinate patients without an appointment. This season, Stop & Shop has a few

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HPV Vaccine…works to prevent cancer, not STD’s

A very important message about the need to take the HPV vaccine…it protects our kids in a very important way. What if you could take a medicine that prevents cancer? Most of us already have. In 1982, the Federal Drug Administration approved the first medicine to prevent cancer, the hepatitis B vaccine. Many people don’t realize that viruses can lead

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Vaccines matter at the border

There are reports that detained migrants at the U.S. Southern Border are not receiving flu vaccines. In small-spaces and densely-populated areas, immunity matters and health matters. Everyone should be getting vaccines. Three migrants have died from flu-related illnesses. Here is a reminder to 1. speak to your medical professionals, get the facts, get vaccinated.

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Somthing to Meow About

A vaccine to help cats…not be allergic……https://www.wabi.tv/content/news/Scientists-are-working-on-a-cat-vaccine-to-relieve-allergic-reactions-by-people-537439911.html

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Vaccination Rates in Florida

As Florida Vaccine Injury Lawyers and attorneys, we take special notice of the vaccination rates in the state of Florida. Learn more here. https://www.tallahassee.com/story/news/2019/08/10/how-did-your-school-do-breakdown-vaccination-rates-all-florida-schools-vaccine/1975184001/ Gold Law Firm, LLC. is a national vaccine injury law firm and we represent those injured by vaccines, in the rare event this happens. We represent clients in Alachua Alford Altamonte Springs Altha Altoona Alva Andover

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Back to School and Time for Shots.

Prepping for back-to-school means buying new supplies, clothes, and backpacks, but it’s also time to make sure your children are protected from cancer. This fall, the American Cancer Society (ACS) is reminding parents that making sure girls and boys ages 11-12 receive the HPV (human papillomavirus) vaccine should be part of the back-to-school routine. Every year in the United States,

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New Vaccines in the Pipeline 2019

New Delivery Systems Combination vaccines are advantageous because they mitigate the burden of multiple injections, reduce the number of visits, and save on costs for storage and shipment In 2018, the FDA approved a new hexavalent vaccine, DTaP5-HB-IPV- Hib (Vaxelis, Merck) for primary and booster vaccination in infants and toddlers against diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, hepatitis B, poliomyelitis, and invasive disease

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How the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program Works

https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2019/05/vaccine-safety-program/589354/ Vaccines are safe,” says Narayan Nair. “That’s the message we need to get out there.” Nair is a physician. He is also the head of the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program—the system through which the U.S. government has, over the past three decades, paid more than $4 billion to people who claim to have been harmed by vaccines. According to

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How safe is the MMR vaccination really?

According to data from the HRSA – Health Resources & Services Administration, there have been 101,501,714 doses of the MMR vaccine (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) administered between 2006-2017. How many vaccine injuries have been compensated for from the MMR vaccine during this time? 120. One Hundred and Twenty. An injury rate of .000001 percent. The vaccine is safe, the vaccine works

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