Recent Examples of inoculation from the Web
The renovation includes 80 exam rooms, waiting areas, a full laboratory, digital X-ray, and a convenient injection area for flu shots or other basic inoculations.
After 12,000 inoculations in 5 days, Belém's clinics exhausted their supply.
The state Supreme Court ventured into the area of child inoculations Friday, ruling that the state cannot vaccinate neglected children placed in temporary state custody if the parents object.
California’s tougher inoculation law, known as SB 277, was approved in 2015 after a measles outbreak that originated at Disneyland.
Veterinarians in Brooklyn are reporting a growing resistance to vaccinating pets, which may be rooted in the anti-vaccine movement that claims the life-saving inoculations may cause autism in children.
A hepatitis A vaccine was released in 1995 and was shortly thereafter added to the list of routine inoculations given to most children.
If there were an inoculation for this plague, the anti-vax crowd won the day.
About 300 people had received inoculations against measles in the village of Nachodokopele during a recent four-day vaccination campaign.
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First Known Use of inoculation
INOCULATION Defined for Kids
Definition of inoculation for Students
medical Definition of inoculation
- travelers in the tropics should have typhoid inoculations
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