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synonyms for tetanus

  • trismus
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It has a history of successful, large-scale immunization programs for diseases like polio and tetanus, first-rate scientists, highly trained doctors and powerful networks of community health workers.
INDIA'S COVID-19 CRISIS IS SPIRALING OUT OF CONTROL. IT DIDN'T HAVE TO BE THIS WAYNAINA BAJEKALAPRIL 29, 2021TIME
Since the 1980s, millions of pregnant women have been administered vaccines to help protect their unborn in the womb from tetanus, and, more recently, from pertussis and flu.
THE NEXT FRONTIER IN VACCINES: MATERNAL IMMUNIZATIONPALLABI MUNSIFEBRUARY 18, 2021OZY
For some other diseases, vaccines are known to prompt a more protective immune response than the actual infection, including HPV and tetanus.
ALREADY HAD COVID-19? YOU STILL NEED A VACCINE.KATE BAGGALEYJANUARY 15, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
Gunner was treated for a small wound to the stomach but is otherwise fine, while Wilbanks received a tetanus shot and will keep his pet on a leash and farther away from the water from now on.
VIDEO SHOWS MAN WRESTLING PUPPY FROM ALLIGATOR’S JAWS WITHOUT DROPPING HIS CIGARJENNIFER HASSANNOVEMBER 23, 2020WASHINGTON POST
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WORDS RELATED TO TETANUS

  • tetanus
  • trismus
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