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Autistic disturbances of affective contact

Leo Kanner Abstract The case histories of 11 children are presented to illustrate an apparently new form of emotional disorder. Although these children present the combination of extreme autism, obsessiveness, stereotypy, and echolalia, they differ from schizophrenia...
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Coma Revealing an acute Leukosis in a child, 15 days after an Oral Anti-poliomyelitis Vaccination

"Coma revealing an acute leukosis in a child, 15 days after an oral antipoliomyelitis vaccination. Anatomoclinical study and reflections on cerebral lesions in acute leukoses" Castan P and Dehing, J, Acta Neurol Bekg,...
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Complications of Rubella Immunization in Children

"A rubella vaccine, prepared in dog kidney cell culture, was given to 4,734 primary school children in one California county in May, 1970. Adverse reactions of arthritis, arthralgia and paresthesia were reported two to eight weeks later. Approximately 7 percent of...
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Tissue concentrations of mercury after chronic dosing of squirrel monkeys with thiomersal

Blair AMJN, Clark B, Clarke AJ, Wood P. Abstract Squirrel monkeys were dosed intranasally with saline or thiomersal (sodium ethylmercurithiosalicylate, 0.002 percent w/v) daily for six months. The total amounts of thiomersal given during the six months period were 418...
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Epidemic measles in a highly vaccinated population.

Shasby DM, Shope TC, Downs H, Herrmann KL, Polkowski J. Abstract During November, 1975, to May, 1976, measles occurred at a rate of 20.3 cases per 1000 in a purported immunized population, of whom historical and serologic survey revealed that 9 per cent had no history...
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Organ mercury levels in infants with omphaloceles treated with organic mercurial antiseptic.

Fagan DG, Pritchard JS, Clarkson TW, Greenwood MR Abstract Samples of fresh and fixed tissues from infants with exomphalos treated by thiomersal application were analysed for mercury content. The results showed that thiomersal can induce blood and organ levels of...
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[Evaluation of the toxic action of prophylactic and therapeutic preparations on cell cultures of different types and origin. II. The cytotoxic action of adsorbed DPT vaccine and its components on cells of the continuous L132 line]

Kravchenko AT, Sovetova GP, Chebotareva SV. Different batches of the same preparation manufactured at the same enterprise, or at different enterprises, in accordance with the same manufacturing regulations have been found to be capable of producing a damaging effect...
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Murine model for pertussis vaccine encephalopathy: linkage to H−2

"Local, systemic and neurological complications have been observed following pertussis (whooping cough) vaccination in children1,2. These often occur soon after primary or secondary immunization. The neurological syndrome ranges from minor irritability to convulsions,...
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Measles outbreak among vaccinated high school students–Illinois.

From the article: Editorial Note: This outbreak demonstrates that transmission of measles can occur within a school population with a documented immunization level of 100%. This level was validated during the outbreak investigation. Previous investigations of measles...
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Measles outbreak in a vaccinated school population: epidemiology, chains of transmission and the role of vaccine failures.

Nkowane BM, Bart SW, Orenstein WA, Baltier M. Abstract An outbreak of measles occurred in a high school with a documented vaccination level of 98 per cent. Nineteen (70 per cent) of the cases were students who had histories of measles vaccination at 12 months of age...
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Adverse Reactions Reported Following Receipt of Haemophilus influenzae Type b Vaccine: An Analysis After 1 Year of Marketing

"…adverse reaction reports on 152 patients, excluding those of vaccine failure and concurrent infection, were received. Several adverse reactions not previously recognized, including convulsions, allergic reactions such as anaphylactoid-like and serum sickness-like...
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An explosive point-source measles outbreak in a highly vaccinated population. Modes of transmission and risk factors for disease.

Chen RT, Goldbaum GM, Wassilak SG, Markowitz LE, Orenstein WA.       Abstract Division of Immunization, Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, GA. In 1985, 69 secondary cases, all in one generation, occurred in an Illinois high school after exposure to a...
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Patterns of transmission in measles outbreaks in the United States, 1985-1986.

Markowitz LE, Preblud SR, Orenstein WA, Rovira EZ, Adams NC, Hawkins CE, Hinman AR. Abstract Division of Immunization, Centers for Disease Control, Atlanta, GA 30333. Since the licensing of measles vaccine in 1963, the incidence of reported measles in the United...
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Brain and tissue levels of mercury after chronic methylmercury exposure in the monkey.

Rice DC1. Abstract Estimated half-lives of mercury following methylmercury exposure in humans are 52-93 d for whole body and 49-164 d for blood. In its most recent 1980 review, the World Health Organization concluded that there was no evidence to suggest that brain...
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Acute cerebellar ataxia and facial palsy after DPT immunization

"Since the initial report of Beyers & Moll (1948), numerous cases of seizures and encephalopathy after pertussis immunization or DPT immunization have been reported. We report a 1-year-11-month-old girl with acute cerebellar ataxia and facial palsy after DPT...
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Effect of organic and inorganic mercuric salts on Na+K+ATPase in different cerebral fractions in control and intrauterine growth-retarded rats: alterations induced by serotonin

Chanez C1, Flexor MA, Bourre JM. Abstract An intrauterine growth-retarded (IUGR) model based on restriction of blood supply to the rat fetus at the 17th day of pregnancy was studied. We investigated in vitro the effects of thimerosal and mercuric chloride on...
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Mild measles and secondary vaccine failure during a sustained outbreak in a highly vaccinated population.

Edmonson MB, Addiss DG, McPherson JT, Berg JL, Circo SR, Davis JP. Abstract Department of Pediatrics, University of Wisconsin, Madison 53792. A prolonged school-based outbreak of measles provided an opportunity to study "vaccine-modified" mild measles and secondary...
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Effects of 10 known or suspected spindle poisons in the in vitro porcine brain tubulin assembly assay.

Brunner M1, Albertini S, Würgler FE Abstract We tested the 10 known or suspected spindle poisons (colchicine, econazole nitrate, chloral hydrate, hydroquinone, diazepam, thiabendazole, cadmium chloride, thimerosal, pyrimethamine and vinblastine) of the coordinated EEC...
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An outbreak of whooping cough in a highly vaccinated urban community.

Strebel P, Hussey G, Metcalf C, Smith D, Hanslo D, Simpson J.       Abstract Centre for Epidemiological Research, South African Medical Research Council, Tygerberg. In 1950 a whole-cell pertussis vaccine was introduced in Cape Town and was followed by a...
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Mumps outbreak in a highly vaccinated population

"From October 1988 to April 1989, a large mumps outbreak occurred in Douglas County, Kansas. Of the 269 cases, 208 occurred among primary and secondary school students, of whom 203 (97.6%) had documentation of mumps vaccination. " Hersh BS, et al, J Pediatr;...
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