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  1. Tuberculosis kills 1.5 million people each year, and a better vaccine than the existing one could save lives on a stunning scale.

  2. Minnesota's worst measles outbreak in decades has unexpectedly energized anti-vaccine forces, who have stepped up their work in recent months to challenge efforts by public health officials ...

  3. Minnesota's worst measles outbreak in decades has unexpectedly energized anti-vaccine forces, who have stepped up their work in recent months to challenge efforts by public health officials ...

  4. Anti-Vaxxers Next Victims? Dogs

    The Daily Beast2 days ago

    The fear that vaccines might cause autism was born in 1998 when a British researcher claimed that the combination measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine was the culprit. Since then ...

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  6. Minnesota’s worst measles outbreak in decades has un­expectedly energized anti-vaccine forces, who have stepped up their work in recent months to challenge efforts by public health officials ...

  7. Peter Hotez has spent his whole life working on vaccine development, but he world renown doctor now finds himself under attack. "The anti-vaccine lobby has really stepped it up ...

  8. Activist Robert Kennedy Jr. says that it has been months since he has talked with White House officials about chairing a commission.

  9. The grip of opioid addiction is so strong that public health officials have struggled to find effective methods for preventing deadly relapses. The leading interventions try to replace heroin ...

  10. SATURDAY, Aug. 19, 2017 -- Researchers say one dose of cholera vaccine appears to provide about the same protection as the standard two doses, at least for the first six months. The review ...

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