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Isabella Ballalai afirma: “A gripe é uma doença que atinge 10% da população e é potencialmente grave. A vacina é o principal método de prevenção” External link

veja Friday, April 20, 2018 11:04:00 AM CEST

Rodolfo Rocabado indicó: “¿Qué mensaje debemos dar? Que las personas con males crónicos, de la tercera edad y niños inicien el tratamiento dentro de las 48 horas de los primeros síntomas” External link

eldeber Thursday, April 19, 2018 10:26:00 AM CEST

Ian Mackay says: "It's certainly not as effective as other childhood vaccines, like for mumps, measles, and so on," "The flu vaccine's effectiveness can be as low as 20 to 30 per cent. Some years, it's been recorded as even less than that. A good year is about 60 per cent effectiveness" External link

theage Thursday, April 19, 2018 9:34:00 AM CEST

Ian Mackay says: "There are a couple of arguments against that," "One is that we don't have any evidence for it. The second is that very few people in Australia, in some groups, get vaccinated. So very few children, for example, are getting vaccinated, which means people who are massive transmitters of flu virus aren't getting a lot of vaccine. So that's not what's driving it. There's a lot of variation [mutation] happening in the virus normally" External link

theage Thursday, April 19, 2018 9:34:00 AM CEST

John Mathews explains: "We do know immunity tends to wane over time," External link

theage Thursday, April 19, 2018 9:34:00 AM CEST

John Mathews says: "The flu is a very clever pathogen because it's able to juggle its genes," "So if you happen to be infected by two different strains of flu virus and they get into the same cell, they can recombine their genes and produce something that's quite novel" External link

theage Thursday, April 19, 2018 9:34:00 AM CEST

John Mathews says: "That's the basic reason flu hasn't gone away: it's too mutable," External link

theage Thursday, April 19, 2018 9:34:00 AM CEST

Ian Mackay says: "It's certainly not as effective as other childhood vaccines, like for mumps, measles, and so on," "The flu vaccine's effectiveness can be as low as 20 to 30 per cent. Some years, it's been recorded as even less than that. A good year is about 60 per cent effectiveness" External link

brisbanetimes Thursday, April 19, 2018 9:09:00 AM CEST

Ian Mackay says: "There are a couple of arguments against that," "One is that we don't have any evidence for it. The second is that very few people in Australia, in some groups, get vaccinated. So very few children, for example, are getting vaccinated, which means people who are massive transmitters of flu virus aren't getting a lot of vaccine. So that's not what's driving it. There's a lot of variation [mutation] happening in the virus normally" External link

brisbanetimes Thursday, April 19, 2018 9:09:00 AM CEST

John Mathews explains: "We do know immunity tends to wane over time," External link

brisbanetimes Thursday, April 19, 2018 9:09:00 AM CEST

John Mathews says: "The flu is a very clever pathogen because it's able to juggle its genes," "So if you happen to be infected by two different strains of flu virus and they get into the same cell, they can recombine their genes and produce something that's quite novel" External link

brisbanetimes Thursday, April 19, 2018 9:09:00 AM CEST

John Mathews says: "That's the basic reason flu hasn't gone away: it's too mutable," External link

brisbanetimes Thursday, April 19, 2018 9:09:00 AM CEST

Jose Tavares diz: “No início, é como uma gripe qualquer, mas, à medida que a doença progride, pode ocorrer uma febre mais elevada e associada à pneumonia, que é a complicação mais temida. pneumonia não é provocada pelo vírus, mas ele predispõe” External link

correio24horas Wednesday, April 18, 2018 3:50:00 PM CEST

Brendan Murphy said: “Getting vaccinated is not only safe, but is it is the most effective way of protecting yourself,” “All influenza vaccines available in Australia have been through stringent safety testing by the Therapeutic Goods Administration and continue to be monitored on an ongoing basis” External link

health-gov-au Wednesday, April 18, 2018 1:15:00 AM CEST

Brendan Murphy said: “The flu jab does not contain any live virus, so you cannot get the flu from the vaccine and we know that high vaccination rates contribute to a healthy community,” External link

health-gov-au Wednesday, April 18, 2018 1:15:00 AM CEST

Scott Hensley siger: - Det kan ende med at blive en ret slem influenzasæson, External link

tv2 Wednesday, November 15, 2017 9:02:00 AM CET

Edward Belongia siger: - H3N2, som altså ikke er til ligeså stor gene på vores breddegrader i år. Spår 12 mdr. frem i tiden. Allerede i februar udsender verdenssundhedsorganisationen WHO en prognose for, hvilket typer af influenza, som forventes at plage verden næste år. Baseret på den prognose går sundhedsmyndighederne i Danmark og alle andre lande i gang med at gruble over hvilket valg af vaccine, vi skal sætte vores lid til, når det atter bliver højsæson for snue og vintertristesse. Når de danske eksperter og sundhedsmyndigheder er blevet enige om den kommende sæsons valg af vaccine, begynder selve produktionen af vaccinen. Der er altså masser af usikre elementer på grund af det store tidsvindue, som gør, at de meget vel kan risikere at tage fejl. Og den vaccine du køber, har en ringe effekt. Hertil kommer et i offentligheden ringe belyst problem med vaccine-produktion, som især Nordamerika mærker til i disse dage – og som vi altså måske kommer til at døje med næste år. Nordamerikanere er syge på grund af influenza-typen A-H3N2. Den type er kendetegnet ved, at vaccinerne imod denne type bare er mindre effektive. Helt ned til 33 procent effektive ifølge nogle studier publiceret i The Lancet. At den valgte vaccine – og som vel at mærke er rigtigt valgt og forudset – altså alligevel er langt fra nogen garanti mod flere dage under dynen hænger sammen med måden, som vi fremstiller vacciner på. For det første muterer H3N2 sig, når den bevæger sig igennem vores hostede, hakkende værtskroppe. Det gør andre influenzaer tillige, men H3N2 muterer sig særdeles hurtigt. En vaccine mod H3N2 bliver altså mindre virkningsfuld, efterhånden som H3N2 ændrer karakter. For det andet anvender vi befrugtede hønseæg til at gro millioner af influenza-vira i. Det er en gammel metode, men andre nye former har endnu ikke vist sig at være ligeså billige og effektive. Læg dertil at medicinal-sektoren også har investeret heftigt i infrastrukturen bag æg til vaccine-produktion. Læs også: Proteinet, der tillader smitte med fugleinfluenza, er fundet Ulempen er blot, at æg-metoden i stigende grad har vist uhensigtsmæssig, når der er tale om en influenza-virus, som er effen udi i at mutere kvikt. Altså præcis ligesom H3N2. »Allereder når vi forsøger at få virussen til at tilpasse sig og gro i æggene, ser det ud til at vi introducerer ændringer i selve H3N2-virusset, som altså muligvis svækker selve effekten af vaccinen«, External link

ing Wednesday, February 7, 2018 10:58:00 AM CET

Anne Schuchat dedi: “Salgın üzerine öğreneceğimiz çok şey var. Bir gribin ne derece yoğun olabileceğini görmemiz açısından son ikaz niteliğinde. Asla gardımızı düşürmemeliyiz” External link

haber-mynet Tuesday, February 13, 2018 3:21:00 PM CET

Daniel Jernigan sagte: „Die sogenannten Baby Boomer liegen häufiger mit Grippesymptomen im Krankenhaus als ihre Enkelkinder. Das ist sehr ungewöhnlich“ External link

faz Wednesday, February 21, 2018 5:27:00 PM CET

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