Medical Rewind – December 14, 2015

Posted on Feb 29, 2016 in Medical Rewind

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  • Eighteen girls from Ireland join a staggering 131 young women who came forward just one week ago reporting of adverse effects from the HPV vaccine. The fresh allegations come as a senior doctor in Denmark – where the Gardasil drug has been replaced by an alternative – has linked some chronic symptoms to the vaccination. A TV3 documentary, Cervical Cancer Vaccine.
  • Science teaches that oil and water don’t mix. However, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) just fast-tracked Novartis’ oil-in water, squalene-adjuvanted flu shot for approval in individuals 65 and older. The squalene emulsion cocktail is approved for use in the U.S. one year after Italian regulators temporarily banned the squalene Fluad vaccine following 19 elderly deaths reported after vaccination.
  • A new Canadian study suggests that women who take antidepressants during pregnancy may be more likely to have children with autism. The overall risk is low— less than 1 percent of the nearly 150,000 babies in the study were diagnosed with autism by age six or seven. But children of women who took antidepressants during the second and third trimesters of pregnancy were 87 percent more likely to develop autism than kids born to women who didn’t take the drugs, researchers report in JAMA Pediatrics. 


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