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Study confirms safety and effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccination in people with cancer

7 days ago   |   By ScienceDaily

In a review of 200 patients with a wide spectrum of cancer diagnoses, researchers found that after full vaccination, 94 percent of patients overall demonstrated seroconversion, which was determined by the presence of antibodies to the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein. Response rates were very high among patients with solid tumors and were lower in people with certain blood cancers, but even the majority of those patients mounted an immune response.
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Research tips thousands of COVID deaths without restrictions and more vaccinations

8 days ago   |   By Sydney Morning Herald

Modelling by a medical institute has found thousands of people could die of COVID-19 in Victoria in the event of a highly infectious outbreak if no restrictions are in place,
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STUDY: "Vaccinating" people who already had covid is pointless

STUDY: "Vaccinating" people who already had covid is pointless

8 days ago   |   By Natural News

Injecting people for Chinese Germs after they already tested “positive” for them is a fool's game, according to new research that debunks the lies being pushed by Tony Fauci. Scientists from the Cleveland Clinic say that there is “no point” in administering Wuhan coronavirus vaccines to people who already had the disease...
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How a ‘boisterous' teen from western Sydney became an ‘ISIS bride'

Good Weekend senior writer Tim Elliott talks with The Age investigations editor Michael Bachelard about the radicalisation - and repatriation - of so-called “ISIS brides”. Read more ...

How to finally stop sweating the small stuff

Instead of letting an annoyance snowball, pause and ask yourself two questions. Read more ...

‘There's always a way forward': Crunchtime for Mesoblast as legal threats loom

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Traveling This Summer? Here's What You Should Know About the Delta Variant

It's the most contagious form of the coronavirus so far. Here's what you need to know before traveling. Read more ...

The Secret to Getting Your Kids to Be More Adventurous

There's a world of activities out there if you follow your kid's lead, says Tom Vanderbilt, the author of Beginners. Read more ...

Amid Cigna controversy, AMA adopts policy on financial incentives for...

Amid Cigna controversy, AMA adopts policy on financial incentives for switching treatment

The AMA has adopted a new policy that discourages health insurance companies from offering financial incentives to patients for switching medications, according to the... Read more ...

Well-connected ex-banker takes on council over Elsternwick tower plan

A Melbourne businessman has hired a barrister and lobbyists to fight a tower over his back fence approved by Glen Eira Council. The council isn't backing down. Read more ...

Alex Hawke: Powerbroker who signed off on shift for Biloela family

Immigration Minister Alex Hawke made one of the highest-profile policy decisions of his career when he allowed the Biloela family to move to community detention. Read more ...

‘They don't send you off to the glue factory': what retired dancers did next

A new national dance collective, for recently retired dancers from the country's major companies, hopes to push the boundaries of what was thought possible. Read more ...

Media's barrister circles Ben Roberts-Smith, campaign by campaign

Ben Roberts-Smith had a challenging day in the witness box on Friday, on day 10 of the 10-week trial. Read more ...