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Poul Birch Eriksen
Former radio broadcaster (DR P1) ๐ŸŽ™๏ธ; Journalist ๐Ÿ–‹๏ธon ๐ŸŒโš•๏ธ/Things-That-Go-Wrong โ˜ฃ๏ธ/Science โš›๏ธ ; Tweets=own views
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Poul Birch Eriksen Jun 14
Replying to @pobier
Most of the samples - 191 cell samples - can be retaken immediately. Patients who had samples taken from removed tissue is to be followed closely by their practitioner or specialist
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Poul Birch Eriksen Jun 14
Ooops. hospital throw away samples from 233 patients. The samples were en route to Pathology, when by a human error they were regarded as waste during cleaning in the mail centre, via
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Poul Birch Eriksen Jun 12
is common denominator for large, acute, Myocardial Infarction in Danes aged 30-50, new registry study shows, via
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Poul Birch Eriksen Jun 12
Interesting perspective by on the 10th anniversary of declaring the a pandemic Or to quote : "If you've seen an influenza pandemic, you've seen an influenza pandemic."
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Poul Birch Eriksen Jun 11
Replying to @Laurie_Garrett
Although many of us overcame in the pre era, one should bear in mind that measles induces an immunosuppression that may take a child up to three years to recover from
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Poul Birch Eriksen Jun 9
are warned against purchasing & installation of tuning equipment for electric bikes by . The equipment can legally be purchased via Danish webshops and can pimp an designed to run 25 km/h to +60 km/h, via
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Poul Birch Eriksen Jun 9
Replying to @pobier
Injuries and deaths involving on roads since 2012
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Poul Birch Eriksen Jun 9
Electric cyclists appear twice as often in accident statistics on roads as they should, making initiate investigation, via
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Poul Birch Eriksen Jun 7
Replying to @pobier
12. Get your child
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Poul Birch Eriksen Jun 7
Replying to @pobier
11. So don't let your child go through a bout of
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Poul Birch Eriksen Jun 7
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10. Today is preventable by a
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Poul Birch Eriksen Jun 7
Replying to @pobier
9. Analysis of registry data from high-income countries shows that children who had may be set back imunologically up to three years compared to vaccinated children
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Poul Birch Eriksen Jun 7
Replying to @pobier
8. Vaccination does more than safeguard children against ; it also stops other infections taking advantage of measles-induced immunosuppression
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Poul Birch Eriksen Jun 7
Replying to @pobier
7. One hypothesis is that resets the immunological memory, so that after measles we may again become susceptible to infections we otherwise had acquired immunity to
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Poul Birch Eriksen Jun 7
Replying to @pobier
6. In addition to fever & rash and the risk of side effects such as , , and secondary bacterial infections, wreaks transient havoc to the immune system
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Poul Birch Eriksen Jun 7
Replying to @pobier
5. Registry studies of children in the , ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ฅ๓ ฎ๓ ง๓ ฟ, ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ท๓ ฌ๓ ณ๓ ฟ and ๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ฐ confirms a health boost of the that cannot be explained by the vaccine alone
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Poul Birch Eriksen Jun 7
Replying to @pobier
4. Several studies by the Bandim Health Project in ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ผhave shown that the reduces child mortality and hospital admissions more than can be attributed to the children avoiding measles
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Poul Birch Eriksen Jun 7
Replying to @pobier
3. As most adults we recovered, but perhaps we would be smarter today, if we hadn't had then
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Poul Birch Eriksen Jun 7
Replying to @pobier
2. Both of us had as children. Because there was no .
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Poul Birch Eriksen Jun 7
My podcast - in Danish - with Carsten Schade Larsen, consultant in infectious diseases at Thread
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