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*  DNA vaccination
Antibodies can be induced after one vaccination with DNA, whereas recombinant protein vaccinations generally require a boost. ... the titres of specific antibodies raised by DNA vaccination are lower than those obtained after vaccination with a recombinant ... DNA vaccinations can be used to curb viral infections by non-destructive IFN-mediated control. This was demonstrated for ... DNA vaccination is a technique for protecting against disease by injection with genetically engineered DNA so cells directly ...
*  Vaccine-preventable diseases
Every country makes its own vaccination recommendations, based on the diseases that are common in its area and its healthcare ... In 2012, the World Health Organization estimated that vaccination prevents 2.5 million deaths each year. If there is 100% ... Anthrax Plague Q fever Smallpox Vaccination policy World Immunization Week "WHO , Vaccine-preventable diseases". World Health ...
*  Vaccinia immune globulin
It is used to treat individuals who have developed progressive vaccinia after smallpox vaccination. It was also used along with ... J.Michael Lane, MD, MPH,aJoel Goldstein, MD, FAAPaAdverse events occurring after smallpox vaccination. Seminars in Pediatric ... 1978;19:34-9.PubMed • Cohen J. Smallpox vaccinations: how much protection remains? Science. 2001;294:985. DOI PubMed "Vaccinia ... Recommendations for using smallpox vaccine in the pre-event vaccination program: Supplemental recommendations of the Advisory ...
*  Avian influenza
Control measures for HPAI encourage mass vaccinations of poultry though The World Health Organization has compiled a list of ... In some countries still at high risk for HPAI spread, there is compulsory strategic vaccination though vaccine supply shortages ... Less pathogenic viruses are controlled by vaccination, which is done primarily in turkey flocks (ATCvet codes: QI01AA23 (WHO) ... zoonotic potential and vaccination strategies for the control of avian and swine influenzas". The Journal of Infectious ...
*  Vaccination policy
... refers to the health policy a government adopts in relation to vaccination. Vaccinations are voluntary in ... Some governments pay all or part of the costs of vaccinations in a national vaccination schedule. Vaccination policies aim to ... See Vaccination schedule for the vaccination schedule used in the United States. Immunizations are often compulsory for ... In 1921 vaccination became mandatory for smallpox, and in 1944 the Bases Health Act mandated compulsory vaccination for ...
*  Vaccination Records
... was a record label based in Oakland, California throughout the 1990s and early millennium. It was managed ... Vaccination Records 2000-2001 Rawk Party (CD) VAC027 (2001) Rube Waddell - Hobo Train (CD) VAC028 (2001) Red Bennies - ... Vaccination Records took precedence for this release. Dren McDonald Official Website Poxy Boggards Official Website Pirate ...
*  Vaccination schedule
A vaccination schedule is a series of vaccinations, including the timing of all doses, which may be either recommended or ... Sample vaccination schedules discussed by the World Health Organization show a developed country using a schedule which extends ... "Immunisation - Having the vaccination - Who is the vaccine for?". Archived from the original on February 18, 2009. Retrieved ... Pneumococcal vaccinations (pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine/PPV) are recommended for those over 65 and for people without a ...
*  Feline vaccination
Vaccination Guidelines Group (VGG) of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) (2010). "Vaccination guidelines for ... developed vaccination guidelines recommending that FVRCP vaccinations generally be administered every 3 years, after completion ... Most vaccination protocols recommend a series of vaccines for kittens, with vaccine boosters given at one year of age. ... Respiratory tract disease vaccination may be given intra-nasally (in the nose) in some cases. Many recent protocols indicate ...
*  Vaccination Act
The Vaccination Act of 1898 purported to give liberty of non-vaccination, but this liberty was not really obtained. Parents ... Provided optional vaccination free of charge. In general, the disadvantages of variolation are the same as those of vaccination ... but added to them is the general agreement that variolation was always more dangerous than vaccination. Vaccination was first ... The UK Vaccination Acts of 1840, 1853, 1867 and 1898 were a series of legislative Acts passed by the Parliament of the United ...
*  Ring vaccination
Vaccination Cocooning (immunization) Pulse vaccination strategy Herd immunity "ring vaccination". Retrieved 2015-07-31. ... ring vaccination or mass vaccination. In some outbreaks, it might be better to only vaccinate those directly exposed; variable ... Ring vaccination hinders the spread of a disease by vaccinating only those who are most likely to be infected. When someone ... Ring vaccination was used in the eradication of smallpox., and was used in the ebola epidemic in West Africa. ...
*  Vaccination and religion
... have interrelations of varying kinds. Almost no religions object to vaccination, and some parents ... In the UK, a number of Vaccination Acts were introduced to control vaccination and inoculation, starting in 1840, when smallpox ... In 1816 Iceland made the clergy responsible for smallpox vaccination and gave them the responsibility of keeping vaccination ... The 1853 Act introduced compulsory free infant vaccination enforced by local authorities. By 1871, infant vaccination was ...
*  Alternative vaccination schedule
An alternative vaccination schedule (or alternative childhood immunization schedule) is a vaccination schedule differing from ... Parents who adopt these schedules tend to do so because they are concerned about the potential risks of vaccination, rather ... Among the most prominent proponents of alternative vaccination schedules are Stephanie Cave and Robert Sears. Sears has been ... Dempsey, AF; Schaffer, S; Singer, D; Butchart, A; Davis, M; Freed, GL (November 2011). "Alternative vaccination schedule ...
*  T-cell vaccination
T cell vaccination is immunization with inactivated autoreactive T cells. The concept of T cell vacination is, at least ... Research on T cell vaccination so far has focused mostly on multiple sclerosis and to a lesser extent on rheumatoid arthritis, ... Hellings N, Raus J, Stinissen P (2004). "T-cell vaccination in multiple sclerosis: update on clinical application and mode of ... Cohen IR (2001). "T-cell vaccination for autoimmune disease: a panorama". Vaccine. 20 (5-6): 706-10. doi:10.1016/S0264-410X(01) ...
*  Vaccination of dogs
"Canine and Feline Vaccination Guidelines". UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. Retrieved 2012-06-23. Vaccination Guidelines ... "2011 AAHA Canine Vaccination Guidelines" (PDF). American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) Canine Vaccination Task Force. 2011 ... Programs supporting regular vaccination of dogs have contributed both to the health of dogs and to the public health. In ... Vaccination Advice Sheet from the UK Kennel Club Vaccine FAQ from The Pet Health Library Baughan, Loretta. Are We Over ...
*  Soul Vaccination: Live
... is the fourth live album by the soul/funk group Tower of Power. "Soul with a Capital 'S'" - 5:04 "I Like ... "Soul Vaccination: Tower Of Power Live". Europe: Discogs. 1999. Retrieved 1 October 2013. Recorded live in California during ... Your Style" - 3:42 "Soul Vaccination" - 4:56 "Down to the Night Club (Bump City)" - 3:14 "Willing to Learn" - 6:06 "Souled Out ...
*  Pulse vaccination strategy
The pulse vaccination strategy is a method used to eradicate an epidemic by repeatedly vaccinating a group at risk, over a ...
*  Northern Rivers Vaccination Supporters
The Northern Rivers Vaccination Supporters (NRVS) is a vaccination advocacy group formed in 2013 by people who were concerned ... "Mullumbimby vaccination rate below 50 per cent". ABC News. ABC. 20 May 2013. Retrieved 29 April 2015. "Low vaccination rates ... of a touring anti-vaccination campaigner, and called for a "united approach" to increase NSW North Coast vaccination rates. In ... "it is not only socially acceptable to refuse vaccination, but supporting vaccination carries the risk of being ostracised". "We ...
*  Australian Vaccination-Skeptics Network
The Australian Vaccination Network has changed its name to one that more clearly reflects its anti-vaccination views. NSW HCCC ... The Australian Vaccination-Skeptics Network was formed in 1994 as the Vaccination Awareness Network by Meryl Dorey, a medically ... The Australian Vaccination-Skeptics Network, formerly known as the Australian Vaccination Network (AVN), is an Australian anti- ... In 2011, the Australian Vaccination Network's advice against vaccination, and their refusal to display the HCCC safety warning ...
*  2008 Kousseri vaccination campaign
The Kousseri vaccination campaign took place between February 13th and 17th 2008. During the campaign over 35,000 infants and ... The vaccination campaign targeted all children of applicable ages in Kousséri, ensuring protection for Cameroonian and refugee ... Vitamin A supplement tablets were also provided to approximately 34,000 children along with the vaccinations. Cameroon: Over ...
*  Post-vaccination follicular eruption
... is a cutaneous condition that occurs 9 to 11 days following vaccination, and is ...
*  National Anti-Vaccination League
1911, Smallpox and vaccination in British India 1910, For and Against Vaccination A statement by the Royal College of ... 1921, Vaccination and the State, Arnold Lupton MP. 1912, Leicester: Sanitation versus Vaccination, J.T. Biggs, JP. Book. ... Vaccination an Error.) National Anti-Vaccination League: Westminster. 1902, Smallpox at Middlesbrough. A reply to Dr. Dingle's ... National Anti-Vaccination League: London 1951, The Truth About Vaccination and Immunization 1939, Pasteurization of milk : The ...
*  Anti-Vaccination Society of America
He was the publisher of Anti-Vaccination News. National Anti-Vaccination League Anti-Vaccination League of Canada Vaccine ... Anti-Vaccination Society of America opposed compulsory smallpox vaccination from the 1879 through the 1910s. It was founded in ... "Higgins Opposes Child Vaccination. Warns Parents That 138,853 Parochial School Pupils Are to be Put in Peril". New York Times. ... "History of Anti-vaccination Movements". College of Physicians of Philadelphia. March 8, 2012. Retrieved 2015-02-11. " ...
*  2017 Philippine dengue vaccination controversy
Following the statement by the dengue vaccination maker Sanofi Pasteur on December 1, 2017, DOH suspended the vaccination ... "DOH suspends dengue vaccination program". Rappler. "Pharma firm issues caution on use of anti-dengue vaccine". "DOH suspends ... DOH Secretary Francisco Duque III said that "In the light of this new analysis, the DOH will place the dengue vaccination on ... "Risa says Sanofi must pay over Dengvaxia mess; DOJ orders probe of PNoy gov't's P3.5-B vaccination drive". News5. "PH gov't ...
*  Global Health and Vaccination Research
... (GLOBVAC) is a programme of the Research Council of Norway. Its primary objective is to ... Vaccinations are said to have harmful effects on ones DNA structure, resulting in many forms of autism. However, these theories ...
*  Vaccination Week In The Americas
"Vaccination Week in the Americas Goes Global". Global Health Magazine. 2012. Retrieved 2012-01-24. PAHO, Vaccination Week in ... Vaccination Week in the Americas United States-Mexico Border Health Commission: National Infant Immunization Week/Vaccination ... Themes emphasized during this VWA included the importance of family vaccination as well as the vaccination of health workers. ... Immunization Awareness Week Vaccination Week in the WHO Eastern Mediterranean region African Vaccination Week Vaccination Week ...