Recent Examples of vaccine from the Web
That misinformation highlights the vaccine-autism claim, despite extensive research disproving any link.
Two doses of the vaccine (administered 4-8 weeks apart) are advised for those who have never had the disease.
Dogs need two vaccines spaced two to four weeks apart, according to the Kentucky Humane Society's release.
The CDC and WHO are funding research to develop new treatments, with three drugs and a vaccine in the works, says Patrice Harold, M.D., Director of Minimally Invasive Gynecology at Detroit Medical Center's Hutzel Women's Hospital.
Meanwhile, Magic, a 5-year-old beagle, whimpered a bit after Roper poked him with a needle for his rabies vaccine.
There's no vaccine or medication to treat it at this time.
But then, as Mozart's telling goes, Andy fell ill with polio, the vaccine for which was still quite new and not widely distributed.
Preemies are at high risk for respiratory infections because of their underdeveloped lungs, for example; the most dangerous is Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV), which Layla's pediatrician gave her a special, but expensive, vaccine for.
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Origin and Etymology of vaccine
First Known Use: 1813See Words from the same year
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Definition of vaccine for English Language Learners
medical : a substance that is usually injected into a person or animal to protect against a particular disease
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History for vaccine
medical Definition of vaccine
- chicken pox vaccine
- measles-mumps-rubella vaccine
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