Tag Archives: vaccination

My Most Epic Blog Title Yet

As most people who know me are well aware, although I have written pretty much exclusively about Ebola recently, vaccines are my first love. And thus I think it is time to put the two words together to make the … Continue reading

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My MMR and Me

The MMR / Autism scare has spanned my career as a doctor, and, for all its damage, allowed me to learn a great deal. I have learned about vaccination, immunology, psychology and most of all communication all with reference to … Continue reading

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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Flu Vaccine But Were Afraid To Ask

It’s flu vaccine season again. Hurrah! Here is my guide to what exactly the flu vaccine is, and who should and shouldn’t get it. It’s a bit of a long post – there’s lots to say – but hopefully people … Continue reading

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How to Stay Healthy on Holiday

In the last few days travel medicine has been in the news twice. Firstly a Sydney Morning herald article discussed how few people speak to their doctor prior to going overseas, then at the weekend there was a report in … Continue reading

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How Vaccines Work

Medical students who sit in with me hear the same things over and over. It’s true that I have a few set lines and spiels that I find trusty and reliable and flow off my tongue several times a day. … Continue reading

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