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76 Arizonans honored for raising immunization rates, saving lives

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For immediate releaseMay 15, 2017 For more information:Debbie McCune Davis, TAPI602-288-7566 debbied@tapi.org   76 Arizonans honored for raising immunization rates, saving lives Arizona’s statewide immunization advocacy group celebrates 25 years   PHOENIX, AZ – Celebrating 25 years of advocating for the health of all Arizonans, The Arizona Partnership for Immunization (TAPI) honored 76 individuals, organizations, […]

The Vaccination Double Standard

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Despite years of research, there’s no good way to convince anti-vaxxers of the truth. It’s time to make vaccination mandatory for all kids. For a baby born at 28 weeks—a full three months early—he was doing remarkably well, “feeding and growing” until he was big and strong enough to be cared for at home. As […]

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How to keep kids calm and happy when they get their needles Ariane Beeston Jul 1 2016 at 12:03 PM What parents say and do during their children’s immunisations is linked to whether their kids develop a fear of needles. In new research published in the journal Pain, a team of researchers from York University’s OUCH Lab (Opportunities to Understand […]

Hundreds of Arizona schools still skirting measles-vaccination law

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 Caitlin McGlade, The Republic | azcentral.com6:02 a.m. MST June 13, 2016 (Photo: Joyce-Zoe Farley/The Republic) STORY HIGHLIGHTS Some schools with unsafe measles-vaccination rates still are not enforcing a state immunization law 37 percent of kindergartens had low enough vaccination rates to be breeding grounds for a measles outbreak For the past five years, schools report […]

Influenza Activity Reaches Widespread Status – Blog by Cara Christ, MD, Director ADHS

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This week’s flu report shows our influenza activity in the state has reached a “widespread” classification. More than 3,700 cases of flu have been reported throughout Arizona, with 51 percent of those in Maricopa County. There have been 3,710 lab-confirmed influenza cases reported for the 2015-2016 influenza season in Arizona. Cases have been reported in all 15 counties, with […]

New proposal to post school immunization info to TUSD website

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Posted: Sep 08, 2015 7:24 PMUpdated: Sep 09, 2015 4:03 AM By Barbara Grijalva TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) – Leaders of the Tucson Unified School District discussed whether immunization numbers for each school should be posted on the TUSD website at their board meeting Tuesday evening. In Arizona, a student does not have to be immunized for […]

Why Parents Should Vaccinate their Children

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Why Parents Should Vaccinate Their Children By Karen Lewis, M.D. Medical Director, Arizona Immunization Program Office Arizona Department of Health Services Parents have to make many decisions about their children’s health. This includes deciding about vaccinating their children. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the American Academy of Pediatrics say that children […]

ASU prof named world’s ‘most creative’ for Ebola drug

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ASU prof named world’s ‘most creative’ for Ebola drug-  Kaila White, The Republic | azcentral.com 11:22 a.m. MST June 8, 2015 The research done at ASU has led to a vaccine that’s helping the Ebola patients in the U.S. ASU professor Charles Arntzen’s experimental Ebola treatment may have saved the lives of two Americans. For […]

80 Arizonans honored for raising immunization rates, saving lives

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For immediate release April 29, 2015 For more information: Debbie McCune Davis, TAPI 602-288-7566 debbied@tapi.org 80 Arizonans honored for raising immunization rates, saving lives PHOENIX, AZ – The Arizona Partnership for Immunization (TAPI) honored 80 individuals, organizations, and initiatives during the 19th Annual Arizona Big Shots awards dinner held on April 22, 2015 at the […]

Pinal County Public Health recognized with statewide honors for boosting immunization

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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS First Posted: May 07, 2015 – 6:12 am Last Updated: May 07, 2015 – 6:14 am FLORENCE, Arizona — Pinal County health officials are being recognized for their immunization efforts. Pinal County Public Health received seven awards this week from The Arizona Partnership for Immunization at the organization’s annual awards dinner. County […]

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