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DEN HAAG (ANP) – The spread of the first vaccines against influenza among Mexican physicians began. Most of them are expected to begin next week sting. They set themselves the “prick days, showed the Ministry of Health knows Monday.
The usual risk groups, those suffering from heart and lung problems, diabetes aged over sixty, have already received a call in order to be vaccinated. Furthermore, pregnant women (week fourteen) get a puncture. This also applies to families and carers of people who are seriously ill or die from flu. Pregnant through obstetrician, gynecologist or family doctor should have informed and make an appointment for a puncture. Caregivers must prick the applications as they want that. The physician determines whether they can benefit from it. Vaccination is not compulsory.
It is unclear whether children are temporarily eligible for vaccination. Minister Ab Klink wait before a recommendation from the Health Council.
Meanwhile more and more people call the flu information line. Last Friday was the busiest day so far, with over 1500 calls. Monday was the number to more than 2500, said a spokesman for Klink. The callers want to know was why children are not vaccinated, or they can pass their own vaccine, or they ask for any updates.
Scientists have found a good use for snuff after the development of genetically modified plants which contain a drug that could halt type 1 diabetes.
The move marks the latest advance in the emerging field of molecular farming, which may offer a way to make cheaper biotech drugs and vaccines those traditional factory systems.
European researchers said they had produced plants of snuff, which contains a potent anti-inflammatory protein called interleukin-10 (IL-10) that could help patients with insulin-dependent type 1 diabetes and other autoimmune diseases. Read the rest of this entry »