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Times Of India Editorial. Drop that paralyses Anant Phadke http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/a...ow/2122225.cms --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Blinded by a narrow biomedical approach, the temptation of eradicating polio, and perhaps guided by the interests of oral polio vaccine (OPV) manufacturers in the US, our experts believe that polio can be eradicated with OPV even in absence of improvements in nutrition,...
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For what its worth. At our clinic, 99% of our patients are on the autism spectrum. We are doing a clinical trial on NCD. So far it seems to be working in 15-20% of those taking it. (No other intervention other than NCD for 8 weeks). Many of our patients were/are doing a chelation protocol before adding NCD and are getting regular metals testing done. If NCD is a chelator, than some of these children should show a higher excretion rate. We have not seen this....
Drop in the Ocean [ 23 Sep, 2006 0000hrs ISTTIMES NEWS NETWORK ] http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/a...ow/2018963.cms RSS Feeds| SMS NEWS to 8888 for latest updates Something is seriously wrong with India's polio eradication initiative (PEI). The Indian Medical Association (IMA) has raised doubts over why, after a decade of intensive implementation of polio vaccination, the incidence of acute flaccid paralysis (AFP) is on the increase, particularly in Uttar...
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Where do I get a copy of requirements?
Is there a specific reference in law that says Quote: They can't ask for titers or chest xrays unless they make every student do it Just want to show some proof to back up the not getting an x-ray.
My son is going to Seton Hall. He presented a religious exemption. They now tell him that without a MMR titers test that he will be madatorily evacuated should an outbreak occur which would mean 2 or more weeks of missing classes. Can they do this? Also, he was told he has to have a chest x-ray for TB. What are his rights?
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