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noun as in booster shot

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It raises the possibility that delaying the immunization of children could make them a reservoir of the virus in the population, which could continue to seed further outbreaks.

Some lacked the proper medical documents and child immunizations required to return, and school staff members were working with them.

Balancing the timing of cancer treatment and immunization may be a consideration in some cases.

To record who’s getting vaccines, many states have retrofitted existing systems for tracking children’s immunizations.

In some places, the unclear relationship between immunization and reopening has helped fuel a vaccine rollout to teachers marked by confusion, conflicting approaches and uncertainty over supply, as is the case in many states nationwide.

A lot times they're local, at the site of the immunization, where it was given.

It condenses pain into tiny joke pellets, like a mass-immunization that builds tolerance and vigor.

Polio, for example, has been eradicated in the Western hemisphere thanks to a vigorous international immunization program.

The global immunization campaigns carried out since 1988 have eradicated polio completely in most of the world.

There are also alternatives to the MMR that have the same immunization power against measles.

The subject of the lecture is "Artificial Immunization from Disease."

When I took office, immunization levels for preventable childhood diseases had fallen to 70%.

(The importanceof early immunization) Public AffairsCommittee.

The most promising of these is that of Todd , produced by the immunization of suitable animals.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to immunization, such as: booster, booster dose, booster injection, recall dose, and vaccine.

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