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Polio vaccine drive in ME over Syria outbreak

Seven countries and territories in the Middle East are holding mass polio vaccination campaigns with further extensive campaigns planned for December targeting 22 million children following confirmation of the polio outbreak in Syria.

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Bahraini volunteers aid Syria gas victims

Bahraini volunteers have supplied thousands of vaccines and nasal drops to help Syrian victims of an alleged chemical weapons attack on the outskirts of Damascus last week. Opposition activists have said at least 500 people - and

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Dubai set for big veterinary event

Over 50 international suppliers of the latest veterinary technology, supplements, vaccines and instruments will be sharing the stage next month in Dubai at the leading trade event for veterinary industry in the Middle East. To be held from

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US sees no problem with Pfizer, Sanofi vaccines

US health agencies "have not detected new safety concerns or unusual reporting patterns" in children given Pfizer or Sanofi Aventis vaccines to prevent meningitis and pneumonia, a Food and Drug Administration spokeswoman said. The FDA and

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Cold chain sector ‘worth $6.6bn’

Growth in the pharmaceutical industry means that the worldwide cold chain industry is expected to be worth $6.6 billion by the year 2011, said a report. Figures from the Cold Chain Biopharma Logistics Sourcebook 2010 state that by the year

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Cold chain sector ‘worth $6.6bn’

Growth in the pharmaceutical industry means that the worldwide cold chain industry is expected to be worth $6.6 billion by the year 2011, said a report. Figures from the Cold Chain Biopharma Logistics Sourcebook 2010 state that by the year

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Haj flu jabs are now voluntary in Bahrain

It will no longer be compulsory for Haj pilgrims to take the H1N1 vaccination before they leave for Saudi Arabia, health officials have declared. The move comes as Saudi Arabia withdrew its earlier order that only those vaccinated against

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WHO says flu vaccines safe, one dose needed

Only one dose of vaccine is needed for protection against pandemic H1N1 flu and the jabs have so far proved to be safe, the World Health Organisation has said. Health experts have been debating whether one or two shots are necessary to pro

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First flu jabs on their way to Bahrain

Bahrain is expected to receive its first batch of 60,000 swine flu vaccines over the next week. The vaccine was scheduled to arrive mid-October but was delayed due to paper work, said Health Ministry Public Health acting director Dr Khairi

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