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    1. WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump has long perpetuated the debunked theory that vaccines cause autism. In January, while still president-elect, he went as far as to request that Robert ...

    2. Put away the masks, creams, cleansers, and serums — a University of California, San Diego, professor says he has developed an acne vaccine that can take care of the disease. "This is ...

    3. Rome (AFP) - Italy's health minister has taken the unusual step of criticising national broadcaster Rai's coverage of a vaccine against a cancer-causing virus, sparking a row about media ...

    4. "It is unacceptable to hear that children and adults are dying from disease where safe and cost-effective vaccines are available," Vytenis Andriukaitis, the EU's health commissioner, ...

    5. Meet the Scientists Running for Office

      Time via Yahoo News2 days ago

      For every epidemiologist or virologist who shows again and again that vaccines are safe and effective, there’s a politician who insists that somewhere in a Big Pharma lab, someone is ...

    6. Advocates fan out in global show of support for science

      Associated Press via Yahoo News1 day ago

      Scientists said they were anxious about political and public rejection of established science such as climate change and the safety of vaccine immunizations. "Scientists find it appalling ...

    7. Scientists said they were anxious about political and public rejection of established science such as climate change and the safety of vaccine immunisations. "Scientists find it appalling ...

    8. After the scientist discovers that the company which employs him, along with the majority of his town, has been knowingly distributing a vaccine which harms the immune system of many ...

    9. Vaccine choice The House Public Health Committee will wade into vaccine politics again on Tuesday morning as it takes up HB 1124. The bill, sponsored by Rep. Matt Krause, R...

    10. Cases of hepatitis B and C hit 325 million: WHO

      AFP Relax News via Yahoo News3 days ago

      An effective vaccine exists for hepatitis B. WHO's latest data shows that hepatitis C -- for which there is no vaccine -- is most commonly spread through unsafe injections, notably ...

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