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WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal health scientists say Pfizer's best-selling vaccine Prevnar is at least as effective as a competing vaccine from Merck at helping prevent potentially deadly infections in adults Prevnar 13 is designed to reduce the risk of...
LONDON (AP) — A global vaccines group says it is working to buy shots to protect up to 2 million women and young girls in poor countries from cervical cancer. After a meeting in Bangladesh this week, the GAVI alliance said women and young girls...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterST. JOSEPH — A trial date has been set for a Niles veterinarian who pleaded not guilty to accusations related to falsifying medical records in order to personally use the clinic’s supply of drugs. Kimberly Morrow, 39, of Elkhart, who waived a...
CHICAGO (AP) — The Illinois Department of Corrections is investigating allegations that a man who spent a week in a county jail was denied his prescribed medications for HIV. Arick (AYR'-ik) Buckles of Chicago says officials at the Bureau County...
Tribune Staff WriterA federal judge ruled on Tuesday the Granger man charged with threatening U.S. Rep. Joe Donnelly and his South Bend office staff unfit to stand trial. Brett Keiling, 46, was arrested Jan. 24 after he called Donnelly’s downtown office and...
DETROIT (AP) — Frustration over her physically impaired daughter's medical care led Maryanne Godboldo to lash out at what she considered state interference and into a 12-hour standoff when Detroit police came to take the girl away. When it ended,...
ATLANTA (AP) — Vaccine makers said this month they plan to make a record amount of flu vaccine for this fall and winter — enough for more than half the population. It's just not clear all those people will need it. This year's flu shot will...
Indiana hospitals are delaying some treatments and searching for alternate medications because of a growing shortage of drugs that medical professionals say is the worst in a decade. The University of Utah's Drug Information Service says the number of...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Medical experts say a growing shortage of medications for a host of illnesses — from cancer to cystic fibrosis to cardiac arrest is troubling. Hospitals sometimes scramble for substitutes to avoid patient harm, and even...
The Berrien County Health Department require preschools and daycare centers in the county submit their immunization reports twice per year, health officials said. It is an effort to raise county immunization rates and have children ready for kindergarten...
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AURORA, Colo. (AP) — Doctors say the early stages of pregnancy are an especially bad time for a pharmacological mix-up where a woman prescribed antibiotics instead is given a powerful drug used in chemotherapy. Yet a pharmacist at a Colorado...
Tags: Chemotherapy, Tumors, Biotechnology, Uterus, Health Treatments
GENEVA (AP) — An American expert tasked with reviewing the World Health Organization's response to the swine flu outbreak says a more efficient way of sourcing vaccines is needed to prepare for future pandemics. Dr. Harvey Fineberg says rich...
Tags: Washington (U.S. state), Health, Politics, Elections, Swine Flu
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