106m infants globally received vaccines last year.

Copyright 2009 Advisory Board Organization and Kaiser Family Base. All rights reserved.. 106m infants globally received vaccines last year, coverage gaps stay, report says A joint record by the WHO, UNICEF and the World Bank on worldwide vaccination efforts released Wednesday found ‘a record 106 million infants were vaccinated last year against life-threatening diseases, but almost a fifth of the world’s babies still are not protected fully,’ the Associated Press reports.Related StoriesAmgen, Novartis collaborate for Alzheimer's disease and migraine programsAspirin may help boost effectiveness of cancers treatmentMajor UK trial to examine role of aspirin in cancer recurrenceReview of 13 studies There has been a new review of multiple studies by experts at the University of Oxford that concludes that high dosage Aspirin can help migraine sufferers. It was published in the Cochrane Library by the Cochrane Collaboration, an international company that evaluates medical research. High dosage aspirin is available to reduce headache due to migraine within two hours for more than 50 percent sufferers.