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The VaccinesThe Vaccines, 2017. From left: Yoann Intonti, Timothy Lanham, Justin Hayward-Young, Freddie Cowan and Árni Árnason. Photo by Brad Elterman.Background informationOriginWest London, EnglandGenres
  • Indie rock[1][2]
  • surf punk
  • power pop
Years active2010–presentLabelsLuaka Bop
O Genesis
Marshall Teller
  • Justin Hayward-Young
  • Freddie Cowan
  • Árni Árnason
  • Timothy Lanham
  • Yoann Intonti
Past members
  • Pete Robertson

The Vaccines are an English indie rock[1][2] band, formed in West London in 2010 by Justin Hayward-Young (lead vocals, guitar), Freddie Cowan (lead guitar, vocals), Árni Árnason (bass, vocals) and Pete Robertson (drums, vocals). After Robertson's departure in 2016, keyboardist Timothy Lanham and drummer Yoann Intonti were promoted from touring musicians to official band members.

The band have released four studio albums. What Did You Expect from The Vaccines? (2011), Come of Age (2012), English Graffiti (2015) and Combat Sports (2018). They have sold over 1 million records worldwide.

They have toured extensively, playing with and opening up for acts such as The Rolling Stones, Arcade Fire, Arctic Monkeys, The Stone Roses, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Muse amongst others.[3][4][5] [6] The band's debut album was the best-selling debut album of 2011 in the United Kingdom, drawing comparisons to The Ramones and The Jesus and Mary Chain.[7]

  • 1 History
    • 1.1 2010: Formation
    • 1.2 2011: What Did You Expect from The Vaccines?
    • 1.3 2012: Come of Age
    • 1.4 2013: Melody Calling EP
    • 1.5 2015: English Graffiti
    • 1.6 2018: Combat Sports
  • 2 Discography
  • 3 Awards and nominations
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links
History 2010: Formation

Composed of Justin Hayward-Young (known professionally as Justin Young), Arni Arnason (bass), Pete Robertson (drums) and Freddie Cowan (guitar and younger brother of Tom Cowan from The Horrors), the band was initially formed by Young and Cowan in the summer of 2009.[8] After months of attempting to perfect their sound, the band uploaded the demo "If You Wanna" to YouTube in August 2010. The song immediately received praise from people such as Zane Lowe, who named it the 'Hottest Record in the World' on 18 August 2010.[9] After the band's first-ever London show, a Clash magazine article predicted that the band could help usher in a new era for guitar music.[8][10]

During The Vaccines debut UK tour between September and November 2010, interest in the band led to a debut London performance at a friend's pub, The Flowerpot, Kentish Town. The show sold out and audience members included Alex Kapranos and Marcus Mumford—200 people were turned away. The performance was awarded a "4/5" rating by The Guardian and was described by Clash magazine as "fantastic, exhilarating and exciting".[10][11][12][13] During this time, the band performed live on Later with Jools Holland—the occasion marked the first time that a band has ever appeared on the programme prior to releasing a single.[14][15]

During this time, the band also came under scrutiny for their perceived privileged backgrounds.

On 29 November 2010, the band released its debut double A-side single "Wreckin' Bar (Ra Ra Ra)"/"Blow It Up" in the UK; the single was limited to 1000 copies and was released on the Marshall Teller Records label. Both of the music videos for each of the double A-side songs were directed by Doug Hart, former bass player with The Jesus and Mary Chain. "Wreckin' Bar (Ra Ra Ra)", one minute and 24 seconds in duration, was named "Track of the Day" by Q magazine and was critically well received.[16] The band recorded its first ever radio session for Marc Riley's BBC 6 Music show in December 2010.[17] Following the release of its debut double A-side single, the band continued to tour the UK in the latter part of 2010, while concurrently recording its debut album—the band was followed by documentary makers from Vice Magazine during this tour.

2011: What Did You Expect from The Vaccines?

On 5 January 2011, the band was placed third in the BBC's Sound of 2011 poll and, in the same week, appeared on the cover of NME for the first time.[1] Following the confirmation of its contract with Columbia Records, the band released its second single "Post Break-Up Sex" on 24 January 2011, and it debuted at No. 32 in the UK.[18][19] It was during this period that the band was nominated for an MTV Award—'Best New Band of 2011'—and a Critics' Choice Brit Award. Following the band's inaugural NME cover, the Vaccines then participated in the 2011 NME Awards Tour, supporting Crystal Castles.[1] The band also travelled to America for the first time, where Debbie Harry was part of the audience for the band's New York City show.[20]

Following a trip to the SXSW arts conference, the band then released its debut album What Did You Expect from The Vaccines?[21][22][23] on 14 March 2011 through Columbia Records, to generally positive reviews.[24]

In Autumn 2011, the band was forced to postpone tours of Japan and the US, in addition to shows across Europe, after Young suffered from a recurring vocal issue that had led to three operations within a nine-month period. Despite Young's medical problem, the band still played more than 150 shows in 2011, culminating in two nights at London's O2 Brixton Academy.[citation needed]

On 10 June 2011, The Vaccines performed as a support act for the Arctic Monkeys in a 10,000-capacity tent venue at Don Valley Stadium in Sheffield, UK. The Sheffield performance followed a joint trip that the two bands had made to America, during which time the Vaccines made their network television debut, performing "If You Wanna" on the Late Show with David Letterman. After the Don Valley gig, the band performed at numerous festivals throughout the world during that year's summer season (at the time, the band claimed that it had played around 45 festival shows).[citation needed] The Vaccines ended the summer at the Reading and Leeds Festivals, where the band was joined on stage by members of The Horrors; In turn, The Vaccines appeared on stage with The Horrors later in the day.[25] The band was named by NME Magazine as the best band of the weekend. The Vaccines has frequently collaborated on stage, including guest spots with Lyle Preslar of Minor Threat, Ryan Jarman of The Cribs, members of Savages and Paul Thomson of Franz Ferdinand.[26] In August 2013 they performed in Florida as John Fogerty's backing band.

In August 2011, The Vaccines debuted a new song "Tiger Blood" that was produced by Albert Hammond Jr. of The Strokes in his New York studio.[27]

On Christmas Day of 2011, The Vaccines appeared on Top of the Pops for the first time, before welcoming in the New Year on Jools Holland's Annual Hootenanny.[28]

2012: Come of Age

The Vaccines recorded their second LP in March 2012 with producer Ethan Johns. Young provided the public with an update: "It's mostly written and we're going into the studio in Belgium in March to start recording so it'll definitely be out this year, without a doubt. We've definitely got six songs written that we all want to be on the record, but there's tonnes of other new songs and we're actually going into the studio out in Australia to work on ideas. I think we're in a good place with it and it's quite exciting."[29]

On 1 April 2012, The Quietus reported that The Vaccines would be releasing a split 7" single with R. Stevie Moore through O Genesis Records in aid of Record Store Day, with The Vaccines covering Moore's "Why Should I Love You?" and Moore tackling "Post Break-Up Sex".[30]

In July 2012, during another summer of playing festivals, the band released two free EPs—one is a live EP recorded in Brighton, UK, while the other is a collection of acoustic cover versions, entitled Please, Please Do Not Disturb. The cover version EP features renditions of ABBA, Wire, Nick Lowe and Jonathan Richman songs.[31] Later that month, Cowan spoke about the band's plans to release a series of four singles with each band member writing and recording a B-side song. Cowan will collaborate with his brother, Furse, for his contribution to the project.[32]

The Vaccines' second album, called Come of Age[33] was released on 3 September 2012 in the UK. It reached no. 1 in the album chart,[34] and was certified gold in the UK.[35] The album was released in the US on 4 October 2012[36] The release was marked by the band's biggest tour to date,[citation needed] including a sold out show at London's 10,000 capacity Alexandra Palace.[37]

2013: Melody Calling EP

In January 2013, The Vaccines were nominated for a Brit Award for Best Live Act, alongside The Rolling Stones, Muse, Mumford & Sons and Coldplay. They were also nominated for 2 NME awards; Best British Band and Best Album.

On 29 January 2013, The Vaccines began its first headliner tour of the US with a show at the Paradise Rock Club in Boston, Massachusetts,[38] supported by Australian band San Cisco.[39] This was followed by a support show with Muse at a War Child charity gig at O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire on 18 February 2013.[40] Other shows in 2013 included London's O2 Arena on 2 May (the band's biggest non-festival show to date),[41] Hyde Park on 6 July (supporting The Rolling Stones),[42] and Glastonbury Festival on 28 June 2013.[43]

The Vaccines featured on the cover of the 30 April 2013 issue of NME magazine,[44] in which they revealed that they were working on some new material which may either be part of an EP or part of a third album. On 24 June 2013, The Vaccines revealed a brand new track titled "Melody Calling"[45] that premiered on Radio 1. As a result, Zane Lowe named the song 'the Hottest Record in the World'. The song also featured on the NME website and on SoundCloud.[46] Melody Calling EP, recorded in Los Angeles by Rich Costey and John Hill, was released on 12 August 2013 with work on the new album scheduled to start in spring 2014.

On 29 October 2013, the short film I Don't Even Know You, detailing the band's tour through 2012 to 2013 was premiered on The Guardian website. The film was produced by PulseFilms.[47]

After taking time off from touring at the end of Summer 2013, members of the band were involved in various different projects, with Cowan travelling to Senegal to play alongside Baaba Maal and The Very Best and Young performing in the US with members of JEFF The Brotherhood and Mumford & Sons.

2015: English Graffiti

In August 2014, The Vaccines confirmed that they would complete their third album by the end of the year.[48] The producer Dave Fridmann, who has worked on records for artists including Flaming Lips, MGMT and Tame Impala told NME that The Vaccines want to create a similar sound to Sleater-Kinney's The Woods, [49] though Arnason and Young later attributed that statement to Fridmann's habit of lying to the press and not something the band had ever discussed.[50]

In November 2014, after a long break The Vaccines played their first few gigs in India, Vietnam and Hong Kong. The band played new songs from their upcoming third album entitled "Handsome", "Want You So Bad" and "Dream Lover". For this tour, the band expanded to a five-piece, with Cathy Lucas of Fanfarlo accompanying them on keyboards.[51] The band stated in an interview that they would like to put out a single in January 2015 with touring starting in March and an album coming in May.[52]

On 19 January 2015, "Handsome", the first song to be revealed from the new album, was played on BBC Radio 1 by Zane Lowe. When speaking to Lowe about the track, Young announced the forthcoming album would be titled English Graffiti.

On 18 May 2015, English Graffiti was made BBC Radio 6's 'Album of the Day +' where previously unheard tracks were premiered throughout the show. With a live performance of "Dream Lover" and "(All Afternoon) In Love."

The Vaccines have claimed English Graffiti to be "genre defining".[53]

In the summer of 2015, the band toured across America with Mumford and Sons, as they had done on their previous album. They repeated this in Australia later in the year.

For the English Graffiti live shows, The Vaccines recruited a new touring keyboardist, Timothy Lanham. Formerly of Hunting, a band of childhood friends from Australia,[54] Lanham was a bowling alley employee[55] when he met Cowan and Young at the wedding of Alan Pownall and Gabriella Wilde in Tuscany, Italy on September 2014,[56] and they eventually invited him to join them.[57]

On 17 June 2016, The Vaccines announced Pete Robertson's amicable departure "to focus on other things", with their recent U.S. tour which had ended a month prior to the announcement being the drummer's last shows with the band.[58] To fulfill their upcoming live commitments, the band recruited Yoann Intonti of Spector on drums.[59]

On 26 and 28 August 2016, The Vaccines played at the Reading and Leeds Festivals, some of their first British concerts with Intonti playing drums, before headliners Fall Out Boy and Biffy Clyro.[60] On the same day as their Reading performance, Justin Young revealed details of their upcoming fourth studio album to DIY, saying that "we’ve got most of the record written, actually. We’ve got like twenty songs – I don't know how many of them are gonna end up being Vaccines songs. I think we’ll just record in the new year and see what happens!"[61]

2018: Combat Sports

In January 2017, it was reported that The Vaccines' fourth album would contain songs "like polished '70s and '80s rock: Big Star, Todd Rundgren, Guided by Voices – that kind of stuff. Very smooth, like a super FM radio sound," stated Young. "Someone to Lose", "Out on the Street", and "Young American" were among the songs considered for the album, with the band looking for "a polished pop producer" to handle the recording sessions that were scheduled to take place in February.

After published photos taken of the remaining members in the wake of Robertson's departure gave the impression that The Vaccines would continue as a three-piece, Cowan stated that Intonti and English Graffiti touring keyboardist Timothy Lanham had officially joined the band. "After Pete left, we took some photos with just the three of us and it felt weird. And equally we had these guys that were really involved in making the record, so it felt like the right thing to do. You want to embrace the new chapter, not hold on to what was," said Cowan.[62]

In April 2017, The Vaccines played in Shanghai, China where they premiered three new songs: "Your Love Is My Favourite Band", "Surfing in the Sky" and "Rolling Stones".

They performed the theme tune for Dennis & Gnasher: Unleashed!, which began in November 2017.[63]

In October 2017, the band announced Combat Sports would be the name of their fourth studio album.

On 3 January 2018 "I Can't Quit", the first single to be taken from the new album, was released. It was BBC Radio 1's 'Hottest Record in the World'.

Combat Sports charted at No. 4 in the UK upon release. In April 2018 the band embarked on a UK tour to promote the album, culminating with a show at London's 10,200 capacity venue Alexandra Palace. This was followed by an extensive world tour.

On the 29th of May 2018 the band opened for the Rolling Stones' concert in Southampton.

In July 2018, the band played two new songs entitled 'All My Friends' and 'Let's jump off the top'. From August they embarked on a european stadium tour with Imagine Dragons.

Discography Main article: The Vaccines discography

Studio albums

  • What Did You Expect from The Vaccines? (2011)
  • Come of Age (2012)
  • English Graffiti (2015)
  • Combat Sports (2018)
Awards and nominations Year Organisation Nominated work Award Result 2011 BBC Sound of 2011 The Vaccines Sound of 2011 Third MTV Awards Brand New for 2011 Nominated Quintessentially Awards Best Emerging Talent Winners MOJO Awards Best New Act Nominated Q Awards Best New Band Nominated BRIT Awards Critics' Choice Runners-up 2012 NME Awards Best New Band Winners What Did You Expect from The Vaccines? Best Album Nominated XFM The Vaccines New Music Award Winners BRIT Awards Best New Artist Nominated 2013 NME Awards Best British Band Nominated Come of Age Best Album Nominated BRIT Awards The Vaccines Best Live Act Nominated References
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External links
  • Official website
  • The Vaccines' BBC Sound of 2011 page at BBC Online
  • The Vaccines: 'Post Break-Up Sex' – Music Singles Review. Digital Spy (17 January 2011). Retrieved 16 Oct 2013.
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Vaccine Epidemic: How Corporate Greed, Biased Science, and Coercive Government Threaten Our Human Rights, Our Health, and Our Children
Vaccine Epidemic: How Corporate Greed, Biased Science, and Coercive Government Threaten Our Human Rights, Our Health, and Our Children
Public health officials state that vaccines are safe and effective, but the truth is far more complicated. Vaccination is a serious medical intervention that always carries the potential to injure and cause death as well as to prevent disease. Coercive vaccination policies deprive people of free and informed consent—the hallmark of ethical medicine. Americans are increasingly concerned about vaccine safety and the right to make individual, informed choices together with their healthcare practitioners. Vaccine Epidemic focuses on the searing debate surrounding individual and parental vaccination choice in the United States. Habakus, Holland, and Rosenberg edit and introduce a diverse array of interrelated topics concerning the explosive vaccine controversy, including the ethics of vaccination mandates, corrupting conflicts of interest in the national vaccine program, and personal narratives of parents, children, and soldiers who have suffered vaccine injury. Newly updated with additional chapters focusing on institutional scientific misconduct, mandates for healthcare workers, concerns about HPV vaccine development, and the story behind the Supreme Court’s recent vaccine decision, Vaccine Epidemic remains the essential handbook for the vaccination choice movement and required reading for all people contemplating vaccination for themselves and their children.

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The Healing Self: A Revolutionary New Plan to Supercharge Your Immunity and Stay Well for Life
The Healing Self: A Revolutionary New Plan to Supercharge Your Immunity and Stay Well for Life
After collaborating on two major books featured as PBS specials, Super Brain and Super Genes, Chopra and Tanzi now tackle the issue of lifelong health and heightened immunity. We are the midst of a new revolution. For over twenty-five years Deepak Chopra, M.D. and Rudolph E. Tanzi, Ph.D. have revolutionized medicine and how we understand our minds and our bodies—Chopra, the leading expert in the field of integrative medicine; Tanzi, the pioneering neuroscientist and discoverer of genes that cause Alzheimer's Disease. After reaching millions of people around the world through their collaborations on the hugely successful Super Brain and Super Genes books and public television programs, the New York Times bestselling authors now present a groundbreaking, landmark work on the supreme importance of our immune system in relation to our lifelong health. In the face of environmental toxins, potential epidemics, superbugs, and the accelerated aging process, the significance of achieving optimum health has never been more crucial—and the burden to achieve it now rests on individuals making the right lifestyle choices every day. That means you. You—not doctors, not pharmaceutical companies—are ultimately responsible for your own health.Chopra and Tanzi want to help readers make the best decisions possible when it comes to creating a holistic and transformative health plan for life. In The Healing Self they not only push the boundaries of the intellect to bring readers the newest research and insights on the mind-body, mind-gene, and mind-immunity connections, but they offer a cutting-edge, seven-day action plan, which outlines the key tools everyone needs to develop their own effective and personalized path to self-healing.In addition, The Healing Self closely examines how we can best manage chronic stress and inflammation, which are immerging as the primary detriments of well-being. Moreover, Chopra and Tanzi turn their attention to a host of chronic disorders such as hypertension, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and Alzheimer’s Disease, known to take years and sometimes decades to develop before the first symptoms appear. Contemporary medical systems aren’t set to attend to prolonged low-grade chronic inflammation or the everyday infections and stresses that take their toll on the body and can lead to disease, aging, and death. Thus, learning the secrets of self-healing is not only urgent but mandatory for optimum health. The Healing Self then is a call to action, a proven, strategic program that will arm readers with the information they need to protect themselves and achieve lifelong wellness. There is a new revolution occurring in health today. That revolution is you.

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Your Baby's Best Shot: Why Vaccines Are Safe and Save Lives
Your Baby's Best Shot: Why Vaccines Are Safe and Save Lives
Your Baby's Best Shot: Why Vaccines Are Safe and Save Lives

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Studies on Immunology of Leishmania mexicana: How different vaccines work with Leishmania parasites
Studies on Immunology of Leishmania mexicana: How different vaccines work with Leishmania parasites
This book is intended to students studying Immunology, parasitology or molecular biology. In this book different types of vaccines used against Leishmania and applicable for other infectious agents are disscussed and lots of molecular and immunological tecniques are explaned.

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Immune: How Your Body Defends and Protects You (Bloomsbury Sigma)
Immune: How Your Body Defends and Protects You (Bloomsbury Sigma)
The human body is like an exceedingly well-fortified castle, defended by billions of soldiers--some live for less than a day, others remember battles for decades, but all are essential in protecting us from disease. This hidden army is our immune system, and without it we could not survive the eternal war between us and our microscopic enemies.Immune explores the incredible arsenal that lives within us--how it knows what to attack and what to defend, and how it kills everything from the common cold to the plague bacterium. We see what happens when the immune system turns on us, and conversely how impossible life is without its protection. We learn how diseases try to evade the immune system, how they exploit vulnerabilities and even subvert it to their own advantage, and we discover how scientists are designing new drugs to harness the power of the system to advance medicine in the 21st century. Some of the topics explored include why are so many people allergic to cats, but so few to hamsters? Do transplants ever reject their new bodies? What is pus? How does your body develop new weapons for new enemies? Why is cancer so hard for our immune system to fight? How does our immune system remember? Why did the 1918 flu pandemic kill mainly young, healthy people? Why did the 2009 swine flu outbreak lead to a spike in sleep disorders? Can we smell someone else's immune system, and does that help us subconsciously decide who we fall in love with?Immune provides an entertaining, intriguing, and accessible account of the body's defenses against disease. Drawing on everything from ancient Egyptian medical texts to cutting-edge medical science, the book takes readers on an adventure packed with weird and wonderful facts about their own defense mechanisms, making this both informative and great fun to read.

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Getting Pregnant: What You Need To Know Right Now
Getting Pregnant: What You Need To Know Right Now
Whether you are young and fertile, over forty and having trouble conceiving, or anywhere in between, here is the best resource to help you get pregnant.The only must-have fertility book, Getting Pregnant, completely revised and updated, not only addresses the needs of those who cannot conceive but serves as the ultimate guide for anyone planning to have a baby, now or in the future. Addressing the newest, state-of-the-art medical treatments for infertility, Getting Pregnant gives you all the latest news on: -eight brand-new fertility drugs -donor eggs and donor sperm -a new 15-minute in-office surgery that can double conception odds -breakthrough technologies for preventing chronic miscarriage -how both sex and lifestyle factors affect fertility, including the "Nine to Five" guide for protecting your reproductive health on the job Getting Pregnant also provides a wealth of practical information about the exercises, foods, and supplements that encourage a faster, healthier conception, as well as brand-new, all-natural techniques that influence the gender of your child. You'll also find a helpful six-month personal pregnancy planner that addresses all of your pre-conception health and medical needs. Don't miss the new chapters that focus on protecting, increasing, and extending fertility, while new frontiers in both the treatment of male fertility and the science of motherhood are explored.

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Children's Medicines: What Every Parent, Grandparent, and Teacher Needs to Know (A Johns Hopkins Press Health Book)
Children's Medicines: What Every Parent, Grandparent, and Teacher Needs to Know (A Johns Hopkins Press Health Book)
Most parents have worried about the side effects and possible long-term consequences of administering a particular medication to their child. The medication may be available over-the-counter, like cough syrup, or it may be prescribed by a doctor, like an antibiotic. Parents want to know: Is the medication safe? Is it effective? Will it help my child? A pediatric pharmacist for nearly thirty years, Edward A. Bell has spent his career listening carefully to parents' concerns. In Children's Medicines, Bell draws on the latest scientific information, coupled with his experience in hospital and clinic settings, as a university professor, and as a parent, to answer questions about whether, when, and what medications to give to infants, children, and teenagers. Bell touches on practical issues of medication administration and explores areas of particular concern for parents.Inside the book, readers will find• information to help parents weigh the benefits and risks of medicines • an explanation of why some adult medications are not safe for children • descriptions of medicine for treating fever and common illnesses• practical tips on measuring, flavoring, and administering medicines• directions for giving medicine in the mouth, the nose, the ear, and the eye • advice for keeping children of any age safe around medications • facts about vaccinations: how they work, which ones are recommended, and their safety • a guide to the FDA's approval process for use of medicines by children• information about drug pricing, expiration dates, and storing medicine at home• a chapter on ADHD and the treatment of adolescent depression that takes into account the long-term side effects of antidepressants• details about the use of herbal and complementary therapies, including probiotics and vitamins • a discussion of over-the-counter cough/cold products• information on which websites to use for accurate medical and drug informationFull of information helpful to parents, grandparents, and others who provide care for children, Children's Medicines is a reliable and insightful guide to how drugs for children of all ages are prescribed and used.

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When Every Moment Counts: What You Need to Know About Bioterrorism from the Senate's Only Doctor
When Every Moment Counts: What You Need to Know About Bioterrorism from the Senate's Only Doctor
Also available in the Spanish version.Bioterrorism has quickly become one of the most pressing and disturbing issues of our time. Our nation's leaders warn that the threat of germ weapons by terrorists is real, and, more importantly, that the United States remains highly vulnerable. Such statements have led to a national sense of fear and unease. Every American wants answers―what can we do to protect our families and loved ones? Enter Senator Bill Frist, M.D. At this crucial time, Senator Frist wants to provide all Americans with an accessible and comprehensive guide to dealing with the realistic threat of bioterrorism. Written in an easy-to-use question and answer format, complete with photographs of the varying symptoms and a full index, When Every Moment Counts is an essential manual for every American.For more information visit Senator Frist's Web site for this book,

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