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Mary E. Ramsay

Head of Immunisation

Public Health England

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Public Health England

61 Colindale Avenue

London, Greater London,NW9 5EQ

United Kingdom

Company Description

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Employment History

Head of Immunisation

Health Protection Agency


Consultant Epidemiologist, Head of Immunisation Department

Centre for Applied Microbiology and Research


Affiliations

Faculty of Public Health

Fac. Advisor


British HIV Association

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AAP

Chair of the Committee On Infectious Diseases


Education

BSc MB BS MRCP MSc MFPHM


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The JCVI (joint committee on vaccinations and immunisations) recommends the Department of Health (DH) on vaccination and pricing - Dr Mary Ramsay is head of immunisation at PHE and leads the JCVI secretariat


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Dr Mary Ramsay, Head of Immunisation at Public Health England said:


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That will put a lot of pressure on China, not least because a lot of the investment there since the great financial crisis has been of very low quality. hydrochlorothiazide 25 mg what is it used for Mary Ramsay, head of immunisation at Public Health England, said: "Routine vaccination in childhood is vital in protecting children from a range of infectious diseases, many of which have now been consigned to history. viagra online finland The C$12.4 billion friendly bid from the Weston family'sLoblaw Companies Ltd for Shoppers Drug Mart Corp would add another jewel to a crown that already includesSelfridges and Fortnum & Mason in Britain, upscale retailerslike Holt Renfrew in Canada and Brown Thomas in Ireland, andbakeries and groceries across North America. - February 21, 2017


May 2013 - Page 2 - Health and Wellness

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Dr. Mary Ramsay, head of immunisation on the HPA, said: "The December figures show another welcome decrease within the overall choice of whooping cough cases for the reason that peak in October.
Dr Ramsay said: "Parents need to be alert to the signs of whooping cough - which includes severe coughing fits which might be accompanied by the characteristic 'whoop' sound in small children; older children or adults will usually just have a protracted cough."


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Dr Mary Ramsay, head of immunisation at Public Health England, said: “The high uptake rates of MMR in children in England, which are close to the World Health Organization’s target of 95%, means that rubella infection is now very uncommon in this country.


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