Ye Chenghai, front, chairman of Shenzhen Salubris Pharmaceuticals Co., Ltd., speaks during the ceremony for the listing of Salubris at the Shenzhen Stock Exchange on Sept. 10, 2009.
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HBO host takes on science deniers in latest "Last Week Tonight."
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Almost a century after Spanish influenza killed more people than World War I, the world is 10 minutes to midnight on the next big pandemic.
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Despite all the hype around anti-vaxxers, most under-vaccinated Aussies aren't kids.
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But we haven't closed the gap until health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are equal to those of non-Indigenous people.
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Her claims have previously been slammed as 'dangerous' and 'uninformed'.
The disease is preventable and treatable — but fighting it is not a priority for the West.
The Federal Government is heralding its "no jab, no pay" policy as having led to an extra 5,700 children being vaccinated since its implementation at the start of the year. The policy involves the wit...
And she has a message for the anti-vaccination brigade.
"I think it might be because there is absolutely no evidence to support the statement that vaccines are linked to autism in any way whatsoever."
'Choosing not to vaccinate your children amounts to medical neglect'.