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Parents' Guide to Vaccine Research By Kellie and Tre Bischof
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A parent can not make fully informed vaccine choices without first being familiar with each vaccine and each disease. This book will serve as a guide to parents who are seeking basic vaccine... More > information and wondering where to begin in their research. Inside you will find each component of the CDC recommended vaccine schedule laid out in an easy-to-read fashion, allowing parents to keep track of their personal research directly in the book. There are suggested topics of research for each disease/vaccine to help parents come to a better understanding of how each disease is contracted, what the symptoms are, treatment options, which vaccines are available, and more. State-by-State exemption information can also be found, as well as an explanation of how vaccine exemptions work.< Less
Parents' Guide to Vaccine Research By Kellie and Tre Bischof
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Today's parents are interested in making fully informed medical decisions for their families, but many of them feel overwhelmed at the prospect of conducting personal vaccine research. This book will... More > serve as a guide to parents who are wondering where to begin. Inside you will find each component of the CDC recommended vaccine schedule laid out in an easy-to-read fashion, allowing parents to keep track of their personal research directly in the book. There are suggested topics of research for each disease/vaccine to help parents come to a better understanding of how each disease is contracted, what the symptoms are, how it's treated, which vaccines are available, etc. State-by-State exemption information can also be found, as well as an explanation of how vaccine exemptions work.< Less
Research Report On Stem Cells and Dendritic Cell Cancer Vaccine By Arjun Singh
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A report on the research conducted at the R&D Lab of Lifecell International, Chennai to develop a potential cancer vaccine from Stem Cells and Dendritic Cells.
Question the Injection: What to Know of Genetics and Vaccination Today By Kirstin Beatty
eBook (ePub): $10.00
Written clearly for the public in the style of a fact sheet, this begins with traditional illness and fever management as supported by modern research. Vaccine risks including disease transmission... More > and autoimmunity are clarified, including heightened risks and options for genetic testing. Genetic and individual markers indicating heightened risk of adverse events are provided, alongside information on adverse event reporting and the federally-funded vaccination court. Finally, a short review is provided of methods for allaying adverse reactions and supporting health. Over 200 citations back an overview of individual vaccination risks rarely discussed in the doctor's office and omitted on CDC fact sheets. Primary sources are from the FDA, attorney general's office, Merck, and numerous research journals. As an overview with APA-style citations for further research, this booklet is suitable for doctor's offices and nearly everyone.< Less
Question the Injection: What to Know of Genetics and Vaccination Today By Kirstin Beatty
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Written clearly for the public in the style of a fact sheet, this begins with traditional illness and fever management as supported by modern research. Vaccine risks including disease transmission... More > and autoimmunity are clarified, including heightened risks and options for genetic testing. Genetic and individual markers indicating heightened risk of adverse events are provided, alongside information on adverse event reporting and the federally-funded vaccination court. Finally, a short review is provided of methods for allaying adverse reactions and supporting health. Over 200 citations back an overview of individual vaccination risks rarely discussed in the doctor's office and omitted on CDC fact sheets. Primary sources include the FDA, attorney general's office, Merck, and numerous research journals. As an overview with APA-style citations for further research, this booklet is suitable for doctor's offices and nearly everyone. A brief excerpt is available for preview when viewing the ebook.< Less
The “People Power” Health Superbook: Book 3. Medical Knowledge, Topics & Ideas (Journals, Research, Websites, Events, Conferences, Tests, Find a Doctor, Vaccinations) By Tony Kelbrat
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The book Medical Books in Print contains a bibliography of the relevant medical books out there. The Medical Section at the library is #610-619 of the Dewy Decimal System, R in the Library of... More > Congress system. 610. Medical Sciences. 611. Human anatomy. 612. Human physiology. 613. Hygiene, fitness, diet. 614. Public health. 615. Therapeutics and pharmacology. 616. Medicine, diseases. 617. Surgery. 618. Specialized medicine, women, childbirth, children. 619. Comparative and experimental medicine. R, Medicine. RB, Pathology. RK, Dentistry. RT, Nursing. At #613, you'll find hundreds of books dealing with current health topics on everything from women's issues to nutrition, exercise, fitness, recreation, yoga, etc. For general medical textbooks that cover everything, popular medicine as they call it, go to #616.00 or RC81 at the library. There are a lot of healthcare books at #361-362.< Less
Biodefense Research Supporting The DoD: A New Strategic Vision By Strategic Studies Institute & Coleen K. Martinez
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The general public often assumes that medical products will be available to members of the U.S. armed forces in harm’s way. Availability of safe and effective drugs and vaccines, however, is... More > never an accident; such products are the fruition of focused and methodical research, testing and evaluation over many years. Medical research is inherently a high risk endeavor, and even the most efficient programs can span almost 15 years and cost over $1 billion from product discovery to Food and Drug Administration licensure. In this monograph, Colonel Coleen Martinez examines the productivity of the Department of Defense’s biodefense research program over the course of more than 35 years, coupled with changes in the global research environment since the events of September 11, 2001. Few will argue the need for a national investment in biodefense. Where the deployment of a biologic agent of mass destruction is largely an unpredictable risk, the outcome certainly could be catastrophic for an unprotected population.< Less
Whooping Cough - A Journey Towards Truth By Paul Day
eBook (PDF): $6.25
This book reveals the truth surrounding Whooping Cough (Pertussis); the disease and the vaccines. It is written by a committed father who answers the 15 straight forward questions that he asked when... More > his first child was born. While the questions were very easy to ask, the answers took more than thirteen years to find. The required research went well beyond that which may be considered reasonable for a basic medical issue such as vaccination.< Less
Whooping Cough - A Journey Towards Truth By Paul Day
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This book reveals the truth surrounding Whooping Cough (Pertussis); the disease and the vaccines. It is written by a committed father who answers the 15 straight forward questions that he asked when... More > his first child was born. While the questions were very easy to ask, the answers took more than thirteen years to find. The required research went well beyond that which may be considered reasonable for a basic medical issue such as vaccination.< Less
Shingles Disease By Sally Pederson
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This book covers all applicable aspects of shingles disease, which is a reactivation of the same virus that causes chicken pox: Varicella zoster virus (VZV). Beginning with the history of the... More > disease, this ebook traces a path through the pertinent elements of shingles disease including a detailed look at the immune response, symptoms, treatments, diagnosis, prognosis and epidemiology. This is a look at the development of the human response to shingles, which has been varied and ultimately followed a trajectory that intersects with modern scientific thought on vaccination and its consequences. Special care is paid to home and alternative treatments as well as a comprehensive look at what is upcoming in the future for shingles research and treatment development.< Less