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FDA: Pharmacy's other drugs may be causing illness - Yahoo! News

news.yahoo.com — “From Yahoo! News: Two more drugs from a specialty pharmacy linked to a meningitis outbreak are now being investigated, U.S. health officials said, as they urged doctors to contact patients who got any kind of injection from the company.View full resource at news.yahoo.com

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Hollie Weeks, 3-Year-Old With Meningitis, Saved From Near Death By iPhone App Symptom Checker

huffingtonpost.com — “If Claire Weeks had waited another hour to call an ambulance for her 3-year-old daughter, Hollie Weeks, she likely would not have made it, doctors said.View full resource at huffingtonpost.com

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Bacteria may be talking to each other with a contact-dependent language

news-medical.net — “What if bacteria could talk to each other? What if they had a sense of touch? A new study by researchers at UC Santa Barbara suggests both, and theorizes that such cells may, in fact, need to communicate in order to perform certain functions. The findings appear today in the journal Genes & Development.View full resource at news-medical.net

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Meningitis News: Bacteria may be talking to each other with a contact-dependent language: What if bacteria could... http://t.co/yGG2tBNJ

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Pediatric Health Blog, Texas Children's Hospital - “Facing Meningitis” — The Importance Of Meningitis Immunization For College Students | Medicine | Milestones | Miracles

texaschildrensblog.org — “Pediatric Health Blog, Texas Children's Hospital - “Facing Meningitis” — The Importance Of Meningitis Immunization For College Students | Medicine | Milestones | MiraclesView full resource at texaschildrensblog.org

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This video tells the story of two college students who did not get vaccinated for #meningitis - http://t.co/qrNSH8AO (discretion advised)

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Phase I study of Shigella dysenteriae bioconjugate vaccine meets primary, secondary endpoints

news-medical.net — “GlycoVaxyn AG, a leader in the development of innovative vaccines, announced today that the Phase I study of its Shigella dysenteriae bioconjugate vaccine has been completed and met the primary and secondary endpoints: demonstration of safety and immunogenicity.View full resource at news-medical.net

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Meningitis News: Phase I study of Shigella dysenteriae bioconjugate vaccine meets primary, secondary endpoints: Gl... http://bit.ly/ckoU4Z

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