Margie Parham, MS, RN, MPH/PhDc

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'No ouch' Vaccine Patch NIH Research
  This might be a new way to get a shot. Funded in part by the NIH, this vaccine patch [1] is coated in a thin film that literally melts into the skin when the patch is applied. The film contains DNA, rather than protein, which is absorbed by the skin cells and triggers an immune reaction. It seems to be effective in animal models. DNA vaccines are attractive because they may not require refrigeration like typical protein vaccines and can be stably stored for weeks.
A Globalization of Markets: Netflix and Japan Onboarding
  Globalization transformation in the making...
A Hackers Buffet: Health Insurance Database Lack of Security
  Who pays for lack of PHI security?
A Massive Breach in Healthcare: Who Will Pay? Anthem or customers
  80 million customers personal information hacked from Anthem, second largest health insurance company in the US.
A Scam Attack on Universities: Employee Payroll IC3
  If anybody request information from you, make sure you request information from them first. Protection at work.
A Scam Attack on US Students: IC3
  Warning: Do not give your information for work. Contact the company and IC3. Think scam and hacking, before you accept the job.
AMD Projects: Identifying the Unknown
  Unexplained Respiratory Disease Outbreaks (URDO). Technology meets virology. Collaboration of global human sustainability.
Benjamin Banneker and the many hats he wore – as a farmer, mathematician, astronomer, author and land surveyor.
  Africans history from Moors in Europe, Spain, Italy, Americas.
  The Program manages Commercial Orbital Transportation Services (COTS) partnership agreements with U.S. industry totaling $800M for commercial cargo transportation demonstrations. The Program also invested $50M in initial commercial crew development activities.
Cybercrime Network Based in Spain Is Broken Up
  MADRID — Europol, the European police agency, said Wednesday that it had dismantled one of the most efficient cybercrime organizations to date, led by Russians who had managed to extort millions of euros from online users across more than 30 countries — mostly European — by persuading them to pay spurious police fines for abusive use of the Internet.
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